Gyro Inman

Earl of March Secondary School, Kanata, Ont.
2013

A product of small town PEI, Gyro Inman has been enthusiastically experimenting with chemicals since high school. After graduating in 1994, he reacted positively to the opportunity to study chemistry at the University of New Brunswick. His work ethic distilled into a graduate NSERC scholarship so he continued purifying his studies in chemistry at the University of Ottawa. After yielding a MSc in organic chemistry, his interest in sharing a passion for chemistry catalyzed his pursuit of a BEd degree. He sought equilibrium in Ottawa and a position at the Earl of March Secondary School soon crystallized. His teaching life is now dissolved in inspiring future chemists through his innovative teaching methodologies and by synthesizing enrichment opportunities for students through the Advanced Placement Chemistry program, science fairs, and the Dr. Bunsen Honeydew Chemistry Club. He remains nonpolar in downtown Ottawa with his wife Nicole and their two cats, Flask and Beaker.