Teaching Awards 2015

Teaching Awards 2015 Winners

Congratulations to the 2015 Teaching Awards winners who were announced on 30 April.

Best Postgraduate Teacher

Winner

Monica Ronchi (Institute of Arabic and Islamic Studies)

Runner-up

Zoe Bulaitis (English)

Best Employability Support

Winner

Julie Mills (Medical Imaging)

Runner-up

Paul Barton (Organisation Studies)

Best Supervisor (Taught)

Winner

Dr Sarah Cooper (Politics)

Runner-up

Prof Alan Outram (Archaeology)

Best Supervisor (Research)

Winner

Dr Alan Barker (Sport and Health Sciences)

Runner-up

Prof Michael Cant (Biosciences Penryn)

Best Feedback Provider

Winner

Dr Emmanuel Destenay (Department of Modern Languages)

Runner-up

Prof Philip Stern (Organisation Studies)

Most Supportive Staff Member

Winner

Dr Siam Bhayro (Theology and Religion)

Runner-up

Isabel Moros (Department of Modern Languages)

Subject with the Best Research Community

Winner

Physics and Astronomy

Runner-up

Biosciences (Penryn)

Research Inspired Teaching

Winner

Prof José Iriarte (Archaeology)

Runner-up

Dr Sebastian Matzner (Classics and Ancient History)

Innovative Teaching

Winner

Dr Damien Mansell (Geography)

Runner-up

Prof Pete Vukusic (Physics)

Best Lecturer

Winner

Dr Sharon Marshall (Classics and Ancient History)

Runner-up

Christina Walton (Law)

Best Subject

Winner

Sport and Health Sciences

Runner-up

Biosciences (Penryn)