Nominations Announced in Student Led Teaching Awards

The student Lead Teaching Awards are a chance for students to give back! These Awards are a way for students to acknowledge the fantastic examples of learning, teaching, tutors, supervisors and assignments they have. We’ve had 44 nominations in, and so many different members of staff have been recognised for their hard work and dedication to their students and their course. The Awards are:

  • Most Informative Module
  • Most Engaging Module
  • Outstanding Feedback
  • Outstanding Supervisor
  • Outstanding Support Staff
  • Innovative Teaching
  • Inspiring Teaching
  • Outstanding Tutor

The winners will be announced at the BGSU awards night, which is on the 17th of May in the SU building. Entry to the event is free and there will be a bar and refreshments.

Announcing the nominations Josh Blanchard, Vice-President of BGSU, explained how the awards represented an important relationship between students and academics at BGU:

“Seeing so many students praising the hard work and skills of Tutors, supervisors, lecturers, modules, support staff and many more always fills me with joy. I have already had many members of staff express their gratitude and excitement over their nominations, and it warms my heart to see how happy staff are when they realise their work is appreciated. Regardless of the results, to even be nominated for a Student Led Teaching Award is a great achievement. I am proud of every student that takes the time to send in a nomination, and happy for every member of staff that gets nominated!”

You can keep up to date with all the activities of our Students’ Union on their website.

The full list of nominations can be found below:

Inspiring Teaching:

  • Mariena Dimolavera
  • Elizabeth Hicks
  • Shan Lewis-Hobbs
  • Sam Elliott
  • Andrew Dickenson
  • Emma Clarke
  • Viv Kerridge
  • Adam Hounslow-Eyre
  • Jack Rhoden
  • Sean Ingolsby
  • Claire Hubbard-Hall

Innovative Teaching:

  • Sarah Howe
  • Elinor Vettraino
  • Craig Spence
  • Claire Hubbard-Hall

Outstanding Support Staff:

  • Sue Longman
  • Leslie Greenhalgh
  • Hannah Grenham

Outstanding Supervisor:

  • Jack Rhoden

Outstanding Feedback:

  • Sean Ingolsby

Most Informative Module:

  • Sean Ingolsby

Most Engaging Module:

  • Mark Plater
  • Sean ingolsby
  • Claire Hubbard-Hall

Outstanding Tutor:

  • Tracy Jeffrey
  • Ruth Pearson
  • Richard Newton
  • Sacha Mason
  • Claire Hubbard-Hall
  • Viv Kerridge
  • Elizabeth Hicks
  • Hazel Kent

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