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Marie Walsh

Lecturer in Applied Science & Project Co-Ordinator

Marie graduated with a BSc from the University of Glasgow, then a postgraduate teaching qualification in chemistry and biology from the Queen’s University of Belfast. She also has postgraduate qualifications in Communicating Science, Pharmacology and Technology Enhanced Learning. She lectures in Chemistry and Pharmaceutical Sciences at LIT.

As well as teaching, Marie has worked as a research assistant in chemistry education research. This has included collecting, collating and disseminating information for use by chemistry teachers, as well as writing for Chemistry in Action! magazine.

Marie is the LIT co-ordinator of CanSAT, Science Week and Space Week and on the Committee of the Limerick Clare branch of the Irish Science Teachers’ Association. She also shares co-ordination of Cell Explorers. Marie has been the LIT co-ordinator for a Comenius-funded project - 'Chemistry is All Around Us Network' - and a number of Erasmus+ projects.

Marie is a course leader for the B.Sc. in Drug & Medicinal Product Analysis in Limerick Institute of Technology and is involved in the organisation of the LIT components of Limerick Festival of Science, a regional festival in Science Week Ireland.

Marie has also presented at a number of national and international conferences on themes around science education and engagement.

Areas of expertise

  • Chemistry and pharmaceutical Science
  • Science engagement and outreach co-ordination
  • Science education
  • European project co-ordination

Key ongoing projects

Science Week (SFI funded)
Cell Explorers

Contact details

Phone: (+353) 61 293338
Twitter: @1mariewalsh