Two staff from the Centre for Digital Humanities Research have been recognised in the 2021 College of Arts and Social Sciences Awards for Teaching Excellence.
These awards recognise our most outstanding teachers who have shown sustained commitment to the delivery of quality teaching - especially during these unprecedented times
Dr Katrina Grant and Dr Terhi Nurmikko-Fuller won the Citation for Outstanding Contribution to Student Learning.
Citations are awarded for a wide range of contributions to student learning. They provide an opportunity for distinctive missions, values and priorities in learning and teaching to be recognised.
Commenting on the award, Dr Grant and Dr Nurmikko-Fuller said, "Teaching is research-led, project-driven, publicly-engaged, and student-focused: we teach the value of interdisciplinary collaboration and teamwork and provide opportunities to engage with industry. We actively support gender, cultural and language diversity. We invite students to engage with each other; to learn from and value the expertise and knowledge they each bring to their studies."
We are very proud to see our staff recognised for their contributions to the student learning.
Read more about the rest of the winners and other highly commended staff here.