School of Computing

Online Graduation 2020

Online Graduation 2020


Many congratulations to our graduating students who have gained prizes from the School and industry partners for academic excellence. View the video below to gain more information about our 2019/20 winners.

Video from Dr Steve Riddle, Director of Education and Dr Nick Cook, Undergraduate Degree Programme Director.

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The Education Awards 2020

NUSU’s The Education Awards this year received over 500 nominations, including three staff from the School of Computing shortlisted in three categories:

  • Outstanding contribution to Teaching – SagE Faculty (Chris Napier)
  • Outstanding contribution to Student Employability (Laura Heels)
  • Outstanding contribution to Academic support (Daniel Nesbitt)

We’re delighted to see our staff shortlisted for these awards and recognised for their commitment and contribution. Due to Covid-19, the prize ceremony was held virtually with the prize winners recording their acceptance speeches alongside tributes from nominating students.

Congratulations to Chris and Laura for winning in their categories, and to Chris for also winning the Student Choice award!

Check out this link to see more information on NUSU’s The Education Awards (TEAs).