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Winners of inaugural Student Choice Teaching Awards to be honoured at ceremony

26 June 2013

Seven members of UCL staff have received 2013 Student Choice Teaching Awards, and two are double winners. Their achievements will be honoured at the Provost's Teaching Awards ceremony in July.

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The scheme, run by UCLU, is completely student-led, with students having chosen the categories (Outstanding Teaching, Outstanding Support for Teaching and Outstanding Personal Support), set the criteria, and nominated and chosen the winners.

The winners of the Student Choice Teaching Awards 2013 are:

Outstanding Teaching

  • Mr James Frederick Daniel Hales, Institute of Archaeology
  • Mr Daniel Rogger, Department of Economics
  • Mr Mike Rowson, Institute for Global Health
  • Dr Isidoros Strouthos, Department of Mathematics

Outstanding Personal Support

  • Ms Judy Medrington, Institute of Archaeology
  • Dr Isidoros Strouthos, Department of Mathematics

Outstanding Support for Teaching

  • Dr Alastair McClelland, Division of Psychology and Language Sciences
  • Ms Judy Medrington, Institute of Archaeology
  • Dr Julie Pitcher, Laboratory for Molecular Cell Biology

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