Brydges, Stacey
Chemical Education: Development of context-rich curriculum; Use of collaborative learning strategies in large lectures; Communication of chemistry

Contact Information
Associate Teaching Professor in Chemistry and Biochemistry

Office: Urey Hall 2262
Phone: 858-246-0993
Email: sbrydges@ucsd.edu
Education
2003 Ph.D., Inorganic Chemistry, McMaster University, Canada
1996 B.Sc., Chemistry (Honors), McMaster University, Canada
Appointments
2004-8 Lecturer/Assoc. Research Scientist, Columbia University
Awards and Academic Honors
2013/14
UCSD Academic Senate Distinguished Teaching Award
2013
UCSD Panhellenic Outstanding Professor Award
2009,2010
UCSD Office of Academic Support and Instructional Services (OASIS) Faculty Appreciation Award
2001
Dow Chemical Award for Excellence in Teaching
2000-2001
Ontario Graduate Scholarship in Science and Technology
1999-2000
McMaster University Manske-MacLean Bursary in Chemistry
1999
McMaster University Science Leadership Scholarship
1998-2000
National Science and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC) Postgraduate Scholarship
1997-2001
McMaster University Centennial Scholarship
Research Interests
Our efforts in chemical education are underscored by a desire to develop the capacity and connections of K-21 (*includes K-12, post-secondary, and graduate) students, educators, and education systems, and to expand science literacy and communication through programs and pedagogical methods that provide all learners with meaningful experiences in the chemical sciences.
Primary Research Area
Chemical Education
Interdisciplinary interests
Atmospheric and Environmental
Materials

Selected Publications