Winners of the Excellence in Teaching Awards
Last night saw the first ever Excellence in Teaching Awards take place at SUSU.
The event was attended by University of Southampton lecturers and staff, as well as student Course Reps, Academic Presents & Faculty Officers who were involved in selecting the winners for the awards.
663 total nominations were received from students choosing their best lecturers across five different categories, with winners chosen at Course, Faculty and University level.
We are very pleased to announce that the University Winners are:
Overall Outstanding Lecturer:
Winner – James Minney, from the Faculty of Humanities (Modern Languages)
Highly Commended – Ian Harding, from the Faculty of Natural & Environmental Sciences (Ocean & Earth Sciences)
Best Innovative Teaching:
Winner – Simon Kemp, from the Faculty of Engineering & the Environment (Environmental Sciences)
Highly Commended – Oli Bills, from the Faculty of Physical Sciences & Engineering (Electronics & Computer Science)
Best Feedback Provision:
Winner – Bella Millett, from the Faculty of Humanities (English)
Highly Commended – Debra Ugboma, from the Faculty of Health Sciences (Nursing)
Best Academic Support:
Winner – Sally Hayward, from the Faculty of Social & Human Sciences (Geography)
Highly Commended – Kamaljit Kaur-Bicchu, from the Faculty of Medicine
Lifetime Achievement Award:
We were also very pleased to present the Lifetime Achievement Award to John McGavin & David Hinton, both from the Faculty of Humanities.
Congratulations to all of the winners and nominees, who have demonstrated excellent teaching practices and strive to make your education here at the University of Southampton better.
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