Alexandra Gomes wins Provost Education Award 2021
4 June 2021
Exceptional individuals and teams receive the Provost's Education Award. These recognise staff making outstanding contributions to the learning experience and success of our students.
Alexandra has been a key contributor to our urban design and project teaching over many years, having always had excellent feedback from both students and module tutors. Her interest in, and ability to explore multi-media and computer-based teaching have always been regarded as innovative by her colleagues and have been much valued. However, their full value to the department has become known as we faced all the restrictions related to the Covid pandemic and had to migrate all our teaching online, including all design- and project-based modules. These modules constitute an essential part of the professional education provided by the Bartlett School of Planning and it is imperative for the School that they are delivered to the highest possible standards. Alexandra’s dedication to her role as PGTA, her commitment to the School and her skills as teacher have contributed decisively to make that transition to online project education successful.
She has been contributing to the life of the School and the quality of our teaching form many years. She has led on initiatives to improve the learning environment for doctoral students, improving e-learning techniques within the school, improve the social experience for students with film and photography events and much more.
Alexandra has been a valuable member of the BSP community, much more than just a PGTA.
- See the full list of winners on the Students' Union website.
- See Alexandra accept the award on the Students' Union YouTube.