The Students’ Guild and FXU Teaching Awards 2016.
Academics celebrated in annual student awards
The University of Exeter’s best lecturers were recognised by students at an annual celebratory awards ceremony.
The winning academics, who were nominated by students for their commitment to excellence in the Students’ Guild and FXU Teaching Awards 2016, were announced at an event attended by students, staff and lecturers in the Alumni Auditorium in the Forum on the Streatham Campus.
The ‘Best Subject’ at Exeter was awarded to English, with the Camborne School of Mines scooping the prize for ‘Best Subject’ at Penryn. Christina Walton of Law was honoured with the title of ‘Best Lecturer’, with Dr Lewis Meyer of the Camborne School of Mines securing the runner-up position.
Professor Tim Quine, Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Education) said: “These awards in particular are important because they are student led – organised by the Guild and FXU, with the nominations coming from the very students who, it is clear, are so inspired by the academics that we are celebrating. The Teaching Awards are a fantastic celebration of education at Exeter; but they are also a celebration of the partnership between the University, the Guild and FXU.”
The Students' Guild Teaching Awards were introduced in 2012 to recognise the outstanding dedication and commitment of University staff. They were created to acknowledge staff, who not only provide outstanding academic experiences, but who support their students' wider development.
The full list of winners and runners-up:
- Best Postgraduate Teacher
Winner: Paul Rose, Psychology
Runner up: Sam Hayes, Classics and Ancient History
- Best Taught Supervisor
Winner: Dr Bice Maiguashca, Politics Exeter
Runner up: Dr Chris Lowe, Biosciences Penryn
- Best Research Supervisor
Winner: Dr Kirsty Martin, English Exeter
Runner up: Prof Ian Bateman, Politics Exeter
- Best Employability Support
Winner: David Pritchard, Business School
Runner up: Julie Mills, Medical Imaging
- Best Feedback Provider
Winner: Dr Beverley Hawkins, Management and Organisation
Runner up: Dr Emmanuel Destenay, Modern Languages
- Best Research Community
Winner: Biosciences Penryn
Runner up: Classics and Ancient History
- Most Supportive Staff Member
Winner: Dr Christopher Farrell, Classics and Ancient History
Runner up: Isabel Moros, Modern Languages
- Research Inspired Teaching
Winner: Prof Daniel Ogden, Classics and Ancient History
Runner up: Dr Stacey Hynd, History
- Innovative Teaching
Winner: Dr Sarah Goldingay, Drama
Runner up: Dr Sandra Kröger, Politics Exeter
Date: 5 May 2016