Dr Peter Lambert receives award for Leadership in Learning & Teaching
13 June 2012
Dr Peter Lambert, Associate Dean (Learning & Teaching) has received the award for Leadership in Learning & Teaching, as part of the University Teaching Awards 2012.
The Award recognises exceptional examples of leadership in learning and teaching, as well as the significant contribution to the academic lives of staff and students.
As part of the nomination for the Award, Peter’s leadership skills were praised by colleagues, both within the Department of Politics, Languages & International Studies and, more widely, across the Faculty of Humanities & Social Sciences.
He was recognised for his inspirational leadership in leading Faculty-wide policy developments and improvements, as well as pioneering a range of initiatives to improve learning and teaching.
Dr Lambert’s own teaching was also highlighted as excellent in the way in which he utilises highly engaging and interactive methods within his lectures.
The Award will be presented at the summer graduation ceremonies.
Speaking about the award, Roger Eatwell, Dean of the Faculty of Humanities & Social Sciences commented: “Peter’s performance as Associate Dean has been exemplary. He is highly respected by colleagues, and his reputation continues to grow as his actions produce a stream of positive results."
For further information about the awards, view the Learning & Teaching Enhancement Office website.