Teaching

 

University Teaching Prizes 2013

25 June 2013

The winners of this year's University Teaching Prizes have now been announced:

Humanities Faculty Teaching Prize
Two prizes of £2,500 each have been awarded to Professor Laurence Goldstein (Philosophy) and Heidi Colthup (English Language and Linguistics). Both winners are based in the School of European Cultures and Languages (SECL).

Sciences Faculty Prize
Joint winners are Dr. Rowena Paget (School of Mathematics, Staistics and Actuarial Science) and Dr. Peter Klappa (School of Biosciences), each awarded £2,500.

Social Sciences Faculty Prize
The prize this year has been awarded to Janie Clement-Walker, sessional lecturer in Kent Law School (£3,500) and Dr. Mario Weick of the School of Psychology (£1,500).

Barbara Morris Prize for Learning Support
The prize this year has been shared equally between two teams from the School of Arts. The joint winners are Sian Stevenson, Jacqui Double, Dermot O’Brien, Sue Sherwood and Mary McNulty (£2,500); and from Music and Audio Arts on the Medway campus, Dr. Paul Fretwell  and Ann Howe (£2,500).

Awards ceremony
The prizes will be presented by the Vice-Chancellor at a lunchtime ceremony on Thursday 3rd October, 12.30-2.00pm, in the Darwin Conference Suite. Everyone is welcome. If you wish to attend, please email cpdbookings@kent.ac.uk (and let us know of any dietary requirements).

 

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