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The Queen's Students' Union's Education Awards

3/05/2018

The fifth annual Queen's Students' Union's Education Awards Ceremony took place in The Great Hall on Wednesday 18 April.

It recognised, rewarded and celebrated the staff and students who work to ensure that Queen's delivers the best educational experience possible.

A record 300+ nominations were received this year, illustrating the fantastic practices happening across the University.

"In recent years, the Students' Union and the University have been working to create a tangible way to embed students as partners in their education. That culture of partnership is beginning to come alive. The Education Awards is the true embodiment of what we can achieve when we work together in partnership." Lucy Gault, Student Officer Education.

Congratulations to all those nominated and to all the winners:

  • Saad Almohammed: Course Rep of the Year Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences

  • Annalisa Misra: Course Rep of the Year Engineering and Physical Sciences

  • Magdalena Wojcik: Course Rep of the Year Medicine, Health and Life Sciences

  • Rachael Coulter: School Rep of the Year

  • Walter Wong: Peer Mentor of the Year

  • Dr Michelle Butler: Personal Tutor of the Year

  • Jay Prebble: Equality and Diversity Champion for Education

  • Introduction to Iberian Studies: Best Module of 2017–18

  • Dr John Topping: Excellent Use of Feedback

  • Dr Nuala Tipping: Environmental Advocate in Education

  • Dr Luke Moffat: Most Innovative Learning Experience

  • Dr Shirley-Ann Hazlett: Exceptional Involvement in Education

  • Dr Brian McMaster: Special Recognition for Inspirational Teaching

  • Matthew O'Neill: Superb Teaching or Teaching Support by a PhD Student

  • Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering: SSCC of the Year

  • Fr Gerard Magee: Outstanding Contribution to Student Support

  • Mrs Maggie Bennett: Most Inspirational Teaching

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