Teaching

Reward and recognition

 

University Teaching Prizes 2018

Teaching excellence across the University was celebrated at the University Teaching Prizes ceremony on 3rd October 2018.  The annual awards recognise outstanding work in teaching and/or learning support that gives students the best possible learning experience at the University.

Nine staff were recognised this year and received their awards from the Vice-Chancellor, Professor Karen Cox.

Humanities Faculty Teaching Prize
1st Prize - Dr Ruth Herbert and Dr Richard Perks (SMFA) for their work on Music Performance.
2nd Prize - Dr William Rowlandson (SECL) for his success and commitment in teaching over a number of years at Kent.

Social Sciences Faculty Teaching Prize
1st Prize - Dr Triona Fitton (SSPSSR) for her work on the design, production, and teaching of a distance learning MA in Philanthropic Studies. 
2nd Prize - Professor Amanda Perry-Kessaris (KLSl) for her work on design-driven teaching, learning, and research methods.

Barbara Morris Prize for Learning Support
1st Prize - Hannah Greer and Jen Davey (Work-Study – Careers and Employability Service) for a sustained and impactful effort to improve employment possibilities for students from a WP background.
Joint 2nd Prize - Charlene Earl (CEWL) for a sustained and impactful effort to enhance intercultural awareness at the University of Kent.
Joint 2nd Prize - Hannah Uglow (Kent Law Clinic) for a sustained and impactful effort to positively enhance the sense of Academic Community within Law at the University of Kent.

Please see the guidance from the Finance Department on the use of prize money, which can be found here.

 

 

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