Michael Reiss - Curriculum Vitae#

  • 2002 MBA, Open University
  • 1996 Counsellor Member, Cambridgeshire Consultancy in Counselling
  • 1991 Non-stipendiary Priest, East Anglian Ministerial Training Course
  • 1983 PGCE, University of Cambridge
  • 1982 MA, PhD, University of Cambridge
  • 1978 BA (Hons) Natural Sciences (I), University of Cambridge

External funding (excl. consultancies under £3k)

Included in 137 research grants/consultancies totaling over £21m, including 86 (£7.6m) as Principal Investigator.


Co/author of 710 academic publications, including 37 books.

Teaching experience
  • 1980 - present university lecturing across BA/BSc programmes in Ecology, Mathematics, Philosophy of Science, Science, Science Education, Theology, Zoology; PGCE in Biology and Science; MA programmes in Education, Gender, Science Education; supervision across MPhil, MEd, MVetEd, PhD, EdD programmes
  • 1983 - 2000: school teaching spans secondary (high) school qualifications at age 16 (‘O’ Level/GCSE) and 18 (‘A’ Level), across Biology, General Science, Social Biology, Ethics, Health Education, and other courses in General Studies and ICT

External and doctoral examining

147 appointments, UK and international.

Lectures, seminars and workshops, including invited

455, UK and international, for universities, learned societies, professional and subject associations, science foundations, NGOs, etc.

Other professional commitments
  • 278 engagements including with UK Government and Parliament, subject associations, examination boards, editorial boards, research funders, museums, in each case across science, science education, animal welfare, health, teacher education, theology.
  • Advisor /consultant /reviewer /referee for 318 organizations, including journals, research funders, charities, subject associations, examination boards, Government agencies, industry, media, UK and international.
  • Book, video, software reviews for 40 publications internationally, across academic journals and specialist media.
  • Regularly invited to comment on science/education-related matters in the media; includes interviews with 98 outlets internationally, across print and broadcast media.

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