Staff from across the Social Sciences Division gathered on 17 June to celebrate the winners of the Division’s 2019 Teaching Excellence Awards. Seven academic colleagues were awarded a Teaching Excellence Award in 2019 across three categories.
The Social Sciences Division run a teaching excellence recognition scheme each year. The scheme formally recognises the outstanding contribution to teaching and learning and the academic development of students shown by colleagues across the Division. The scheme has two strands: (i) unfunded Teaching Excellence Awards recognising an exceptional contribution to education by colleagues at any career-stage; (ii) funded Teaching Development and Enhancement Project grants for projects focussed on enhancing the learning experience for students at all levels.
Professor Sarah Whatmore, Head of the Division said of the achievement: ‘It is wonderful to see so many colleagues from different career-stages and different disciplines being recognised in this way and to hear multiple examples of the great work undertaken to enhance the academic experience for students across the Division. A huge congratulations to those who won in their categories.’
The 2019 Teaching Excellence Award winners:
Early Career Stream
Dr Gillian Brooks (Saïd Business School)
Dr Nat Erb-Satullo (School of Archaeology)
Dr Michael Gill (Saïd Business School)
Dr Dan Hodgkinson (Department of International Development)
Dr Emily Jones (Blavatnik School of Government)
Individual Award for Excellence
Dr Joss Wright (Oxford Internet Institute)
Excellence in Supervision
Professor Gina Neff (Oxford Internet Institute)
The Division will be announcing the schedule for the 2019/20 unfunded TEA and funded TDEP schemes in Michaelmas term 2019. All members of staff with teaching responsibilities are invited to submit an application to either strand, and applications are judged by the Division’s Quality Assurance Committee.