Saima Salehjee

Lecturer A

Personal Statement

Saima Salehjee is a Chemistry Lecturer in the Department of Education, Strathclyde University, Glasgow, responsible for teaching and research work with particular emphasis on STEM education. Saima has recently completed her Ph.D. at Brunel University London - her research focuses on science identity and identity transformations over a lifespan of individuals from a different ethnic, religious and sexual backgrounds. She was nominated for the Brunel Doctoral Research Prize in 2017 and received the Grace Peeling Memorial Prize for her MA in Educational Management in 2011. She is an Associate Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (AFHEA) and an Associate Member of Royal Society of Chemistry (AMRSC).

Saima is a passionate science lecturer, motivating her student teachers to implement science interventions in schools and to research the impact of these interventions. Her aim is to inspire more primary and secondary school students to progress into STEM education and careers as future scientists.

  1. Models of scientific identity

    Research output: ResearchChapter

  2. But is it science?

    Research output: Research - peer-reviewArticle

  3. Making Scientists: Developing a model of science identity

    Research output: ResearchDoctoral Thesis

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  1. Mahidol University

    Activity: Visiting an external institutionVisiting an external academic institution

  2. Qualitative research- a qualitative researcher

    Activity: Talk or presentationInvited talk

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