The Teaching Awards are an opportunity for you to say thank you to the staff who make Brookes incredible. To those staff who go above and beyond the call of duty.
This person will have been particularly supportive and easily accessible when you need them. This person will have an understanding of the workings of the university and how to get the best out of them for you.
Use this form to nominate a Brookes lecturer for the "Best research or dissertation supervisor" award. A good supervisor offers you the support and advice to develop your skills as an independent researcher. We're looking for nominations about research or dissertation supervisors who make you feel confident in your abilities.
Nominate the member of support staff that has gone the extra mile to improve your learning experience. You can nominate them for a single event, or for an ongoing series of actions from them. A support staff member can be anyone within the university that isn't employed to teach students. They could, for example, be a librarian, a workshop technician or programme administrator.
Nominate the module that you feel has been taught most effectively - perhaps the subject matter was daunting at first, but the quality of teaching you've had has helped you understand the material and you are now confident of achieving a good result in it. Please consider the quality of lectures, support materials, and feedback given on your work.
This award seeks to recognise an individual who has made meaningful contributions to diversifying the curriculum outside of the lense of a eurocentric curricula.
Consistently demonstrates an enthusiasm for and enjoyment of teaching. Consistently demonstrates an enthusiasm for and enjoyment of the subject Acts on feedback, both formal and informal Inspires students to perform well at University or to change their lives in some way.
This award recognises an outstanding contribution to the educational environment of the University, Recognition and support of the diversity of the student needs, or an exceptional contribution to a culture of excellence and enhancement. The award covers all aspects of the student experience including behind the scenes work.
The winners and finalists were invited to a celebratory awards dinner on Thursday 15th March, where the winners were announced.
The panel were unable to pick one winner from the shortlist.
Dr Ethel Burns
Dr Mark Cain