On Friday, 26 April, Tony Fell, Emeritus Professor of Pharmaceutical Chemistry, University of Bradford, gave a presentation entitled Academic Writing Skills for your Master’s Research Report/Dissertation.
Tony Fell has extensive experience of supervising and examining masters and doctoral candidates. He is Founding Editor of the key Elsevier journal in his field. He was the co-founded and Director of Graduate School. Some 20 years ago he designed one of the first workshops on ‘Effective Research Supervision’ now adopted by Universities and Institutes of Technology in Ireland, in the UK and Europe.
As an elected member of the UK Council for Graduate Education Executive for ten years he has initiated and delivered many workshops for University colleagues. He contributed to the EUA series of Bologna meetings on ‘Doctoral Education in Europe’ in Salzburg, Brussels, and Nice. As chair (or deputy chair) he has actively developed international conferences on graduate education at the EUI, Florence, Italy (2006) and in Edinburgh (2008), together with the International Conference on Professional Doctorates’ in London (2009), Edinburgh (2011) and Florence, Italy (2012). Tony is co-author of “The Bologna Process and Beyond: Implications for Postgraduate Education” (OUP: 2009) and co-editor of “Professional Doctorates in the UK” (UKCGE: 2011).