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Memorial gathering for longtime employee Charlotte Cox to be held April 24 in Senate and Board Chamber Memorial gathering for longtime employee Charlotte Cox to be held April 24 in Senate and Board Chamber
(Campus Update - Apr 17)
Brantford family donates $1M to Laurier Brantford YMCA
(News Release - Apr 17)
Mark your calendar: Fall 2014/Winter 2015 course registration for returning undergraduate students opens June 23
(Campus Update - Apr 17)
Laurier alum named Bank of Canada senior deputy governor Laurier alum named Bank of Canada senior deputy governor
(Campus Update - Apr 17)
What's open over Easter weekend at Laurier
(Campus Update - Apr 17)
Graduate Studentsí Association names Researcher of the Year
(Campus Update - Apr 16)
Psychology professors bring lab-style experience to large lectures through interactive technology
(Campus Update - Apr 16)
WLU Press releases book based on Laurier professorís study of single mothers WLU Press releases book based on Laurier professorís study of single mothers
(Campus Update - Apr 15)
Laurier professor will help train next generation of Haitian scientists and innovators
(Campus Update - Apr 15)
Laurier prof weighs in on high-frequency trading controversy Laurier prof weighs in on high-frequency trading controversy
(News - Apr 14)
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Stephen MacNeil, Department of Chemistry Stephen MacNeil is an associate professor who teaches organic chemistry Ė the study of compounds that make up the medicine we take, the shampoos we use and the food we eat. MacNeil is dedicated to showing his students that while organic chemistry is complex (there are more than six million known organic compounds to study) it is important to everyday life. To make organic chemistry more accessible to undergraduates, MacNeil implements innovative teaching and formative assessment techniques that improve learning outcomes by allowing students to accept more responsibility for their own learning. For these efforts, in part, MacNeil was the recipient of Laurierís 2011 Teaching Award of Excellence.

Stephen MacNeil
Associate Professor,
Department of Chemistry