Master Teacher Award - Spring 1986
Dr. Ronald E. Verrall is a distinguished lecturer and researcher in the Department of Chemistry. In 1986 he was the recipient of the Master Teacher Award and he has previously held the position as the Thorvaldson Research professor. He was also appointed as a member of the Board of Governors for the University of Saskatchewan and served as a representative of the faculty in this capacity.
He has authored or co-authored over eighty research articles in prestigious journals, both national and international, and these articles have covered a wide range of topics in physical chemistry. His current research interests focus on the area of micellar solutions and related surface phenomena. He has received support for his research projects by grants from both provincial and national Granting Agencies. Recently, he collaborated with reknowned researchers in Sweden, namely Prof. M. Almegren, University of Uppsala) and Dr. B. Kronberg (Institute for Surface Science, Stockholm).
Without a doubt, Dr. Verrall is regarded very highly by both students and colleagues as an excellent teacher and researcher who can communicate clearly to students, researchers and the general public.