This year’s University teaching prizes were awarded to applicants from across the University. The Panel, chaired by Professor Richard Reece were very impressed by the array of applications demonstrated real impact and commitment to education and the student experience.
The award winners demonstrated both strong evidence of engagement and impact across all 3 criteria: 1. Excellence in Teaching or Supporting Learning; 2. Dissemination and Influence and 3. Above and Beyond Expectations of their roles. Winners from both 2021 and 2022 were presented with their Certificates at the end of this year’s Learning and Teaching Conference.
Ru Su – The Language Centre
For innovative approaches to tackling the challenges presented by the pandemic to ensure the student learning experience was sustained rather than negatively affected.
Debbie Kemp – Kent Business School
For extensive, wide-ranging, innovative work within and beyond their context which influenced and enhanced the education and student experience.
The Mechanical Engineering Group – Division of Computer, Engineering and Mathematical Sciences
For establishing and delivering a new and thriving programme that aligns with the University strategic objective of employability.
Professor Mark Wass – Division of Natural Sciences
For sustained and demonstrable impact upon Learning and Teaching practice and innovation within their school and wider division.