Dr Peter Drew BSc, PhD
Peter is a Senior Lecturer who teaches environmental and analytical Chemistry. Before joining SHU Peter researched chemical measurement within industrial and analytical systems at the University of Manchester.
I have a long history of working with and supporting students. I am currently Disability Coordinator for my Department .
I teach a combination of Analytical, General and Environmental Chemistry to both chemistry and biology students I teach much practical work in the labs to students within most areas of the Departmental undergraduate and postgraduate programmes. I have taught Phytoremediation to final year Biologists and Skills Development to students on the Foundation year for many years.
Theses / Dissertations
Caceres, A.B. (2002). The development of methods for the determination of selenium using spectrofluorimetric and ICP-MS techniques. (Doctoral thesis). Supervised by Gardiner, P., Hewson, A., & Drew, P.
I have interests in the history of Sheffield, Sheffield Hallam University and its predecessor institutions.