Three prizes show the excellence in supervision, teaching, and research that we provide at our School.
Each year, the University awards a number of prizes to individual staff or teams for outstanding work in teaching and/or learning support, considering exceptional contributions to research excellence, policy impact and academic citizenship at Kent. The GRC Prize panel met this week and have conferred prizes on the following school HPL’s.
Sean Molloy won the GRC Researcher Degree Supervisor award.
Irina Petrova won the GRC Early Career Research Staff award.
Marwa Wasfy won the GRC Prize for Best Postgraduate Teacher.
‘This is a great achievement for Sean, Irina, and Marwa, and we are very proud of their fantastic work.’ Dr Nadine Ansorg, Head of School told us ‘Sean is one of our Readers and he has made an exceptional contribution to the research degree supervision at the School of Politics and Interntional Relations.
Marwa is one of our Assistant Lecturers. She has achieved teaching excellence and had a very positive impact on undergraduate students in the School of Politics and International Relations. The three prizes show the excellence in supervision, teaching, and research that we provide at our School, and we are immensely proud of our three colleagues.’