Teaching Awards 

The Students' Guild Teaching Awards are student-led awards, recognising the outstanding work done by academics and support staff across the University. The Students' Guild hosted the first Teaching Awards in 2009, the first students' union to do so. Students are invited to nominate staff for the Teaching Awards across ten categories. Nominations are judged by panels consisting of an even weighting of student and staff representatives. 

The College of Humanities perform well at each Teaching Awards. Awards received over the past two years have included: 

Best Postgraduate Teacher Sam Hayes, Classics and Ancient History (runner up 2016)
Best Research Supervisor Kirsty Martin, English at Streatham (2016)
Best Feedback Provider Prof Karen Edwards, English (2017); Emmanuel Destenay, Modern Languages (2016) 
Best Research Community Classics and Ancient History (runner up 2016) 
Most Supportive Member of Staff Christopher Farrell, Classics and Ancient History (2016)
Best Postgraduate Research Supervisor Dr Thomas Hinton, Modern Languages (2017) 
Research Inspired Teaching Daniel Ogden, Classics and Ancient History with Stacey Hynd, History being shortlisted (2016) 
Innovative Teaching Sarah Goldingay, Drama (2016)
Best Lecturer shortlisted Chloe Preedy, English in Penryn; Esther Reed, Theology and Religion; Felicity Gee, English and Film at Streatham

 

More information can be found on the Guild's website.