Teaching Excellence Awards

The Teaching Excellence Awards (TEA) recognise and celebrate members of staff whose teaching and contribution to learning is of a particularly high standard. As such, they are an indicator of esteem based on peer recognition of excellence in relation to teaching.

Teaching Excellence Awards winners 2021-22

College of Arts

University Award

Dr Robert Maslen, School of Critical Studies – Career Excellence Award

Archives and Special Collections Team – Team Award

College Award

Museum Studies Team

College of Medical, Veterinary and Life Sciences

College Award

BN Nursing Team

Dental School Multidisciplinary Team (Oral Surgery/Pathology and Radiology)

Neo-natal Consultant Team

College of Science and Engineering

University Award

Dr Qammer Abbasi, James Watt School of Engineering – Individual Excellence Award

Dr Smita Odedra, School of Chemistry – Individual Excellence Award

College of Social Sciences

University Award

Mr Mark Breslin, School of Education – Early Career Award


Teaching Excellence Network

The membership of the Teaching Excellence Network includes Teaching Excellence Award winners as well as Principal and Senior Fellows of RET and/or HEA. The Network members aim to share practice and contribute to discussions within the University on matters relating to learning and teaching. Members have the opportunity to explore innovative practice and join collaborative projects. In addition, they share information on forthcoming learning and teaching strategy, policy and practice.

Student-led teaching awards

The Students' Representative Council (SRC) has run student-led teaching awards since 2010. Details of these Student Teaching Awards (STAs) are now available on the SRC website.