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Scott D. Ramsay

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1 King's College Circle Medical Sciences Building Room 7358

Toronto, Ontario,M5S 1A8

Canada

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Scott Ramsay
Department of Materials Science & Engineering Introductory Chemistry from a Materials Perspective


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Scott Ramsay | MSE MASc 0T4, PhD 0T7
Associate Professor, Teaching Stream Office: WB 150 E: scott.ramsay@utoronto.ca


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Scott Ramsay
Scott Ramsay Associate Professor, Teaching Stream


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Scott Ramsay has been promoted to the rank of Associate Professor, Teaching Stream.
Since joining our department full time in 2009, Scott has taught a wide range of undergraduate courses across our curriculum, with a particular focus on first year teaching. He has completely revitalized MSE101 with the development of new labs, and the testing of new teaching methods that also leverage a large inventory of on line materials that he has developed. In parallel with this, he has also created an online materials course, and is in the final stages of developing a MOOC related to Materials Science.


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Dr. Scott Ramsay receives the 2015 Early Career Teaching Award
RamsaySD-NogamiJ-AmonD_ECTA2015-web Dr. Scott Ramsay (centre) with MSE chair Professor Jun Nogami (left) and Dean Cristina Amon (right) | Photo by Roberta Baker But in Dr. Ramsay's class-you do. These are just two examples of lecture demonstrations Dr. Scott Ramsay (MSE MASc 0T4, PhD 0T7) developed to actively engage students in his Introduction to Materials Science (MSE 101) class, a course taught to about half of the first-year students across the Faculty of Applied Science & Engineering. mse101_ballisticpendulum Ramsay-Nogami_CinderBlockExp_MSE101 Securely-sealed ballistics chamber containing a 0.22 calibre rifle used to illustrate high strain rate impact testing (left); and, Dr. Scott Ramsay breaking a cinder block on MSE department chair Professor Jun Nogami over a bed of nails to showcase materials stress and force relationship over a distributed area On April 23, Dr. Ramsay was honoured with the Faculty's Early Career Teaching Award in recognition of his demonstrated excellence in teaching. He was among 11 U of T Engineering faculty and staff members applauded for their above-and-beyond service at the annual Celebrating Engineering Excellence reception. Dr. Ramsay began a complete overhaul of MSE 101 several years ago that dramatically enhanced student engagement and experience in this large, introductory course. His improvements include implementing portable tabletop labs that don't require laboratory space and short online videos explaining key course concepts. Currently, Dr. Ramsay is spearheading a project to create multimedia reusable learning objects related to materials science, which can be used across multiple courses and departments. He is also developing the open online course 'Introductory Chemistry from a Materials Perspective,' which will be offered next year. In 2012, Dr. Ramsay received the Wighton Fellowship from the Sandford Fleming Foundation, a national award recognizing excellence in laboratory teaching.


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