November 02, 2013

WATEPGR 2012/13 Winners and Commendees

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Congratulations to the Warwick Awards for Teaching Excellence for Postgraduate Research students Winners and Commendees.

This year we received over 130 nominations (a 30% increase on last year), with students from every faculty being nominated.

The winners will recieve £500 and commendees £200, to spend on their research or teaching activities. All nominees have been sent a congratulatory letter from the PVC for Education Jan Palmowski.

The awardees wil be presented their certificates at the Teaching Excellence Award ceremony on Wednesday November 6th. This is being hosted by Provost Professor Stuart Croft, and the PVC's for Education, Professors Christina Hughes and Jan Palmowski.

Winners Commendees

Selin Cooper - Life Sciences
Timothy Dodsworth - Law
Jonathan Durham - French
Eyre Hover - Engineering
Joeseph Jackson - English

Owen Daniel - Mathematics
Maria Kaparou - Education
Simon Parker - WBS
Victoria Turner - French
Steven Wright - Computer Science

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