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Learning Enhancement Award Winners Announced

This year's Learning Enhancement Awards Ceremony was held in the Northampton Suite on the 9th May, with the Awards given out at a glitzy and lavish celebration of great teaching and student support. Umar Yunas-Chaudhery, The Students' Union's VP Education who compered the event, said: 

"The Learning Enhancement Awards is a fantastic opportunity for students to nominate their favourite staff members and Programme Reps who have supported them to enrich student experience. Student experience is important for both the Union and University, as more and more students are not only coming here to study, but to find, join and create communities that fit around their lifestyle, personalities and hobbies. The awards ceremony last night was something special. It was truly an honour to be the host of the awards and I can truthfully say this was one of the highlights of my year as Vice-President (Education). It was wonderful and inspiring to see staff and programme reps enjoying and celebrating their own successes. I would like to thank the students, Programme Reps, University and Union staff for their continued support. Particular thanks go to Pam Parker, Hester Wellings, Laura Dickens and Craig Stewart".

 

The Learning Enhancement Awards are nominated by students to recognise those academic and student support staff who students think have made a huge difference to their City experience this year. 352 nominations were recieved from students for 198 staff and 17 Programme Reps.

 

The shortlisted nominees can be found below. The winner of each award appears in bold.

 

 Assessment and Feedback

Dr Ahalya Subramanian (SHS)

Clare Allan (SASS)

Darren Walls (SHS)

David Smith (Cass)

Dr Ian Daniell (Cass)

Jane Horsfall (SHS)

 

Personal Tutoring

Clare Allan (SASS)

Dr Christopher McDowell (SASS)

Darren Walls (SHS)

Dr Gregory Slabaugh (SMCSE)

Dr Sarah Greenwood (SHS)

Tracy Lindsay (SHS)

 

Research Supervision

Dr Eamonn McKeown (SHS)

Professor Jason Chuah (SMCSE)

Dr Madeline Cruice (SHS)

Professor Shula Chiat (SHS)

Dr Simone Stumpf (SMCSE)

Professor Victoria Joffe (SHS)

 

Student Support

Eugenia Xenofontos (Law)

Jazmine Pharr (Law)

Lydia Pell (Counselling)

Michelle Masters (SASS)

Taryn Ferris (Mentoring)

Tony Whiteman (Cass)

 

Sustained Achievement Award

Sophie Willis

 

Teaching In Schools Awards

Cass SASS SHS SMCSE Law School

Aneesh Banerjee

Clare Allan

Dr Ahalya Subramanian

Charles Watson

Elliot Schatzberger

Professor Cliff Oswick

Dr Deborah Rafalin

Dr Emma Fitzpatrick

Professor Chris Atkin

Simone Start

David Smith

Dr Gemma Collantes-Celador

Peter Bentley

Dr Constantino Reyes-Aldasoro

Snigdha Nag

Dr Hans Frankort

Dr Lauren Knott

Professor Ronald Douglas

Dr Gregory Slabaugh

Professor Stuart Sime

Dr Lorenzo Trapini

Dr Paul Flaxman

Dr Sarah Greenwood

Professor Joseph Wood

Professor Susan Blake

Dr Valeriya Vitkova

Dr Stian Reimers

Sophie Willis

Professor Tong Sun

Veronica Lachkovic

 

Programme Representative Awards

Bronze Level Awards were given to the following Programme Reps

Andre Blair, School of Mathematics, Computer Science & Engineering

Bilal Abbas Hussain, School of Arts & Social Sciences

Elisa Hu, Cass Business School

Faris Al-Ahmadi, Cass Business School

Fereshta Qayumi, School of Health Sciences

Ilinca Ioanitescu, Cass Business School

Lindsay Hunt, School of Health Sciences

Manrita Singh, School of Health Sciences

Fereshta Qayumi, School of Health Sciences

Ilinca Ioanitescu, Cass Business School

Lindsay Hunt, School of Health Sciences

Manrita Singh, School of Health Sciences

 

Silver Level Awards were given to the following Programme Reps

Aditya Vikas, Cass Business School

Faizah Patel, The City Law School

Sebastian Vogt, School of Arts & Social Sciences

Tracey Booth, School of Mathematics, Computer Science & Engineering

 

Gold Level Awards were given to the following Programme Reps

Aisha Iqbal, School of Health Sciences

Faisal Satti, School of Health Sciences

 

The Programme Representative of the year award went to:

Faisal Satti, School of Health Sciences

 

 

 

 

 

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