The Awards Committee considers nominations for awards which recognise significant contributions by staff to the University.
- Best Team in Support of Student Learning Award
- Excellence in Public Engagement with Research Award (staff)
- Leadership in Learning and Teaching Award
- Postgraduate Prize for Excellence in Public Engagement with Research
- The Innovation in Learning and Teaching Award
- The Mary Tasker Award
- The John Willis Award
Secretary to the Committee: If you would like further information about the Awards Committee, please contact Emma Scrase, Learning and Teaching Enhancement Office (ext 4819).
Terms of office expire on 31st July in the year stated.
|Professor P Lambert||Chair, Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Learning and Teaching)|
|Dr E Rich||Past award-winner||
|Dr M Hejmadi||Past award-winner||
|Dr N Johnston||Representative of Academic Assembly||
|Mr B Davies||SU Education Officer||
Terms of Reference
Approved by Council 17th July 1992, revised by Council 8th July 1994 and by Senate 1st March 2000, 21st January 2004 and 15th March 2006.
- The Committee will publicise the awards and invite nominations, students in particular being encouraged to put names forward.
- Nominations should be accompanied by a brief supporting paper.
- The Committee shall first establish whether a prima facie case has been established.
- If this is established, the Committee will then seek each candidate's permission to discuss the nomination more widely, eg. by consultation with students, academic colleagues, Head of School et al. as seems desirable.
- The Committee will make the Awards on behalf of Senate.
- Unsuccessful candidates may be nominated for Awards in subsequent years.
- Awards are presented to the winners at the Summer Awards Ceremonies.
- Appointment of Chair: Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Learning and Teaching).
- Membership: One representative elected by Academic Assembly, two past award winners nominated by the Chair and the Vice President (Education) of the Students' Union.
- Co-option: See Senate Standing Orders 16(ii) and (iii).
- Alternates: See Senate Standing Orders 17(iii) and (iv).
- Quorum: One third of membership (Senate Standing Order 16).
- Rules for voting: None specified.
- Minutes: Submitted to members and decisions reported to Senate.