Lord Dearing Award winners 2016

Each year, the Lord Dearing Awards acknowledge the outstanding achievements of University of Nottingham staff in enhancing the student learning experience.

The award winners for 2016 are below – congratulations to all for their achievement:

  • Build a School Project team (Alison Davies, John Ramsay and Malcolm Dugdale), Department of Architecture and Built Environment
  • James Bonnyman, Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering
  • Matthew Boyd, Claire Anderson, Vibhu Solanki, Kimberley Sonnex and Sarah Brydges, School of Pharmacy
  • David Branson III, Department of Mechanical, Materials and Manufacturing Engineering
  • Patrick Callaghan, School of Health Sciences
  • Pauk Caulfield, Nottingham University Business School
  • Sue Chan and Jennie Phillips, School of Life Sciences
  • Vernon Collis, Department of Chemical and Environmental Engineering
  • Stephen Cox, School of Mathematical Sciences
  • Sarah Dauncey, School of Contemporary Chinese Studies
  • Janette Dunn, School of Physics and Astronomy
  • Corinne Fourny, School of Cultures, Languages and Area Studies
  • Simon Harrison, Department of Mechanical, Materials and Manufacturing Engineering
  • Derek Irwin, University of Nottingham Malaysia Campus
  • Jaya Kumar Karunagharan, University of Nottingham Malaysia Campus
  • Julie McGarry and Charley Baker, School of Health Sciences
  • Dirk Moosmayer, University of Nottingham Ningbo Campus
  • Elizabeth Newall, Libraries Research and Learning Resources
  • Laura Nixon, School of English
  • Marion Sadoux, University of Nottingham Ningbo Campus
  • David Short, Department of Architecture and Built Environment
  • Sascha Stollhans, School of Cultures, Languages and Area Studies
  • The Faculty of Engineering Technical Team, Engineering
  • James Walker, University of Nottingham Ningbo Campus
  • Lucie Whitfield, School of Health Sciences
  • Christopher Woodard, School of Humanities

The Dearing Award Scheme has been running since 1999 and is overseen by Teaching and Learning Board. The scheme’s judging panel consists of the Pro-Vice Chancellor for Education and Student Life, the Vice-Provosts for Teaching and Learning from UNNC and UNMC, senior members of staff and officers of the Student Union.

For more information about the Lord Dearing Awards, visit the Professional Development website.

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