Bert Bond (left) receives his award for the Best Postgraduate teacher. Find out more about the Teaching Awards 2014.

College success in the Teaching Awards 2014

Over 350 nominations were cast by College of Life and Environmental Sciences (CLES) students in the Teaching Awards 2014, with CLES staff nominated in 6 out of the 10 categories.

The Teaching Awards recognise the academic and support staff who have a positive impact on students' learning experience.

The winners were announced on 1 May 2014 at the awards ceremony which took place at the Royal Albert Memorial Museum.

We are delighted to announce that Bert Bond from the Sport and Health Sciences was the winner in the Best postgraduate teacher category.

Sarah Burton from Biosciences was the runner up in the Best Employability Support category and Sport and Health Sciences were the runners up in the Best subject category.

All winners are available on the Guild’s website.

Congratulations to all the CLES  staff that were nominated.

The full list of nominations from CLES were:

Best postgraduate teacher:

Best employability support:

Innovative teaching:

Research inspired teaching:

Best supervisor:

Best subject:

  • Sport and Health Sciences

Date: 8 May 2014

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