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Dr Luciane Vieira deMello Rigden, Life Sciences, receives her Excellence in Teaching Award from Vice Chancellor Sir Howard Newby
Winners of the inaugural University of Liverpool Learning and Teaching Awards were presented during graduation ceremonies last week.
A total of 20 awards were presented to staff across the three faculties, with three overall winners being awarded the Sir Alistair Pilkington Award for Teaching Excellence, named in honour of the late Chancellor, and presented on behalf of the University.
The awards recognise best practice in learning and teaching and celebrate the achievements of staff that have made an outstanding contribution to pedagogy and the enhancement of the student experience.
Professor Kelvin Everest, Pro-Vice-Chancellor for Student Experience said: “I would like to congratulate all our award winners, all of whom have achieved distinction in their respective fields. Teaching and learning at Liverpool is undertaken within a culture of research excellence, and these new awards reflect the value placed on providing our students with a high quality educational experience worthy of a leading Russell group institution.”
Faculty of Health and Life Sciences award winners:
Dr Freya Jarmen, Music, was recognised for her Student Centred Approach/ Excellence in Teaching
Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences award winners:
Dr Helen Vaughan, Physics, receives her Excellence in Teaching Award
Faculty of Science and Engineering award winners:
Faculty winners were each presented with a certificate and a prize of £500 to be spent on learning and teaching development activities.
The Sir Alastair Pilkington Awards for Teaching Excellence will be presented at the annual Celebrating Success Awards Ceremony, hosted by the Vice-Chancellor in December. Each of the three winners will receive a certificate, and a £1000 contribution towards teaching and learning development activities.
You can still nominate a colleague to receive a Celebrating Success Award, until the deadline on September 2. For more, visit: https://www.liv.ac.uk/intranet/excellence/staff-awards/
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