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9 July 2010


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  • In this short film, two recipients of the 2010 Provost's Teaching Awards describe how and why they strive for excellence in their teaching.

    Dr Daniel Richardson (UCL Cognitive, Perceptual and Brain Sciences) was one of two winners in the 'beginning of career' category and Professor Andrew Eder, Director of Education at the UCL Eastman Institute, received the 'supporting learning' award.

    To find out more about teaching and learning excellence at UCL, follow the links at the top of this item.

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    The Provost's Teaching Awards, now in their fourth year, reward those who are making significant contributions to teaching and learning at UCL, regardless of the stage of their career. Eleven staff were recognised this year, in a ceremony held on 8 July during UCL's annual Teaching and Learning Conference and Exhibition.

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