UCL Faculty of Laws


UCL Laws academics and PhD students nominated for the 2017 Student Choice Teaching Awards

26 May 2017


A number of UCL Faculty of Laws academics and PhD students have been nominated for the 2017 Student Choice Teaching Awards in the Outstanding Teaching, Outstanding Research Supervision and Outstanding Support for Teaching category.

The academics nominated in the Outstanding Teaching category are:

The academic nominated in the Outstanding Research Supervision is:

Dr Kimberley Trapp

The academic nominated in the Outstanding Support for Teaching is:

Dr Silvia Suteu

The PhD students nominated in the Outstanding Support for Teaching are:

  • Gaiane Nuridzhanian
  • Ira Ryk-Lakhman
  • Nikolaos Pavlopoulos

The Student Choice Teaching Awards are entirely led by students and are an opportunity to thank any outstanding member of staff who has inspired or engaged students through their innovative approach to education or contributed to make their time at UCL great.

Olga Thomas, Vice Dean (Education), said:

‘I am delighted, yet not surprised, to see such a great number of our staff being nominated for the Student Choice Teaching Awards. We are committed to excellence in the teaching we offer and are always pleased to receive recognition of this directly from the student body. Many congratulations to all the nominees.’

The winners will be announced on 5 June 2017 at a joint ceremony alongside the Provost’s Teaching Awards.

View all the nominees.