Results - 2017

View all the photos from the Bristol Teaching Awards 2017 dinner and ceremony (opens in Google Drive*, University of Bristol only, order by name to view in chronological order)

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Winners

  • University Award for Education (Arts): The Senior Tutors in the Faculty of Arts (Amy Lewis, Claire Huxham, Katie Hackney, Dr Sarah Serning)
  • University Award for Education (Biomedical Sciences): Dr Paul Curnow, School of Biochemistry
  • University Award for Education (Engineering): Dr Mike Tierney, Queen’s School (Mechanical Enginering)
  • University Award for Education (Health Sciences): Dr Dave Dymock, School of Oral and Dental Sciences
  • University Award for Education (Science): Dr Josie Briscoe, School of Experimental Psychology
  • University Award for Education (Social Sciences and Law): Fundamentals of Accounting and Finance 2 Unit Team (Dr Adriana Korczak, Emma Pugh and Samantha Bell), School of Economics, Finance and Management
  • University Award for Enhancing the Student Learning Experience: Robbie Fox, Centre for Sport, Exercise and Health
  • University Educational Initiative Award: The Centre for Innovation, led by Dr Kirsten Carter
  • Students’ Award for Outstanding Teaching (Arts): Dorinda Offord, School of Modern Languages (Russian)
  • Students’ Award for Outstanding Teaching (Biomedical Sciences): Professor Christoph Wuelfing, School of Cellular and Molecular Medicine
  • Students’ Award for Outstanding Teaching (Engineering): Dr Francesco Fornetti, Merchant Venturers’ School (Electrical and Electronic Engineering)
  • Students’ Award for Outstanding Teaching (Health Sciences): Dr Veronica Roberts, School of Veterinary Sciences
  • Students’ Award for Outstanding Teaching (Science): Dr Rose Murray, School of Biological Sciences
  • Students’ Award for Outstanding Teaching (Social Sciences and Law): Dr Jonathan Floyd, School of Sociology, Politics and International Studies
  • Students’ Award for Outstanding Teaching by a Postgraduate Student: Sandra Berlau Neumann, School of Physiology, Pharmacology and Neuroscience
  • Students’ Award for Outstanding Supervision of Research Students: Dr Nicoletta Momigliano, School of Humanities (Classics and Ancient History)
  • Students’ Award for Outstanding Support: Kirsty France, Queen’s School of Engineering

The Centre for Innovation was selected from the 17 winners to receive the Vice-Chancellor’s Award for Education. The Centre for Innovation is a collaborative venture involving colleagues from across the university and was recognised for its outstanding work in developing a series of programmes that prepares and challenges our students to become the innovators and entrepreneurs of tomorrow. 

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