Matt Pope wins Provost's Teaching Award

16 February 2016

Matt Pope talking technology on BBC Radio 4

Congratulations to Matt Pope who has won a Provost's Teaching Award for 2016.

The Provost's Teaching Awards, now in their tenth year, celebrate excellence and leadership in teaching and learning across all UCL faculties. They also demonstrate the commitment staff have to continuous innovation in the teaching they offer to students and the significant effort they invest in a range of activities which support students’ learning.

Since their inception in 2006, Institute of Archaeology staff have been successful nearly every year.

Matt currently teaches courses in palaeolithic archaeology and human evolution as well as interpreting archaeological evidence. This year he also co-ordinated the Experimental Archaeology course (PrimTech) for new first year undergraduate students.

Matt will receive his Provost's Teaching Award as part of the keynote for the UCL Teaching and Learning Conference which will be held on 19 April 2016 at the UCL Institute of Education.