The Provost's award schemes recognise members of the UCL community for their outstanding contributions to university life in the areas of teaching, public engagement and enterprise.
1) Provost's Teaching Awards
The Provost’s Teaching Awards were set up to celebrate the best of pedagogic prowess at UCL and to reward staff who are making outstanding contributions to the learning experience and success of our students.
They also demonstrate UCL’s commitment to:
- improving teaching, learning and assessment as an ongoing process
- highlighting and rewarding achievements which support teaching and learning
- attracting and retaining world-class staff.
First-class teaching: a short film about previous winners of the awards
2) Provost's Public Engagement Awards
The Provost’s Public Engagement awards recognise UCL staff and students who have developed innovative and interesting ways to open a dialogue with public audiences about the academic activity that goes on at UCL.
A performance from the award-winning Food Junctions public engagement project
3) Provost's Spirit of Enterprise Award
The Awards for Enterprise were established to recognise the efforts and accomplishments of UCL’s most innovative and entrepreneurial academics and students. The Provost's Spirit of Enterprise Award and the London Entrepreneurs’ Challenge Provost’s Prize are just two among the set of awards that are designed to acknowledge entrepreneurial endeavour and achievement at all levels and across all areas of UCL.
The 2013 UCL Awards for Enterprise trailer