Four staff from Computing Science have been nominated for the 2016-2017 NUSU TEAs.
Members from Computing Science who have been nominated for NUSU Teaching Excellence Awards (TEAs) are:
- Charles Morisset: Research Supervisor of the Year.
- John Colquhoun: Outstanding Contribution to Pastoral Support (2 nominations).
- Madeline Balaam: Research Supervisor of the Year (3 nominations).
- Phillip Lord: Outstanding Contribution to Teaching.
The TEAs are a chance to nominate members of staff who have been outstanding and helped improve student experience at the University. This year there are eight categories in total, these categories are:
- Outstanding Contribution to Innovation
- Professional Services Staff Member of the Year
- Outstanding Contribution to Pastoral Support
- Postgraduate Student who Teaches of the Year
- Outstanding Contribution to Feedback
- Taught Supervisor of the Year
- Research Supervisor of the Year
- Outstanding Contribution to Teaching*
*There will be one Outstanding Contribution to Teaching Award for each Faculty and one to cover both the University’s two Overseas Campuses and the University’s Campus in London.
published on: 22 March 2017