Teaching Awards 2016

Congratulations to all those nominated and the winners of this years Teaching Awards 2016. This year’s teaching awards were held on 28th April on the Streatham Campus. It is the first year that both the Guild and FXU have held a joint award ceremony. It was a great evening of celebration, recognising the achievements to those that have gone above and beyond in their field.

“It was wonderful to attend the first joint Guild/FXU Teaching Awards – in particular it was a pleasure to be able to celebrate the excellence of our brilliant Postgraduate Teachers and the dedication of our Researcher Supervisors”
Michelle Ryan, Dean of Postgraduate Research and Director of the University of Exeter Doctoral College

Best Postgraduate Teaching Assistant
Awarded to the PhD student who teaches in the most interesting, effective, and engaging way.

Winner- Paul Rose, Psychology
Runner Up- Sam Hayes, Classics and Ancient History
Other Nominees:
Andreas Karoutas, Politics (Exeter)
Sandra Daroczi, Modern Languages
Nazlihan Eda Ercin, Drama

Best Research Supervisor
Awarded to the lecturer who makes the best use of his or her research in teaching, either through incorporating their ongoing research into their teaching or providing students with opportunities to engage actively with cutting-edge work.

Winner- Dr Kirsty Martin, English (Exeter)
Runner Up- Prof Ian Bateman, Politics (Exeter)
Other Nominees:
Dr Anna Rabinovich, Psychology
Prof Volodymyr Kruglyak, Physics and Astronomy
Dr Salah Troudi, Graduate School of Education

Subject within the Best Research Community
The subject with the best research community will encourage engagement with research from all its students, supporting and promoting research activities within the department.

Winner- Biosciences (Penryn)
Runner Up- Classics and Ancient History
Other Nominees:
Medical Science
Engineering
Archaeology

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