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    MDXSU Student-led teaching awards 2017 results

    06/04/2017

    Students and staff gathered to celebrate excellent teaching and partnership at the annual MDXSU Student-Led Teaching Awards on Tuesday 4th April.

    The results for the MDXSU Student-led teaching awards have been released! Click here for the complete list.

    The Student-Led Teaching Awards were established in 2014 to recognise and reward the incredible staff at Middlesex, and are entirely student-led, with students placing all 950 nominations and sitting on the shortlisting panels alongside elected Student Officers and staff.

    There were nine awards open for nomination this year, from Outstanding Feedback to Support Staff Member of the Year. There was also a MDXSU Partnership Award for university staff members who have been key in supporting and promoting the work of Middlesex Students' Union this year.

    The results:

    • Giannina Warren, Lecturer in Advertising and Promotional Culture (Practice) - Academic Staff Member of the Year - Arts and Creative Industries
    • Ashok Srivastava, Lecturer in Business Management - Academic Staff Member of the Year - Business
    • Simon Harding, Senior Lecturer Criminology: Policing & Community Safety - Academic Staff Member of the Year - Law
    • Nikoleta Syreti, Lecturer in Child Nursing - Academic Staff Member of the Year - Health & Education
    • Jackie Meredith, Senior Lecturer in Psychology - Academic Staff Member of the Year - Science & Technology
    • Dr. Daniel Doherty, Senior Lecturer in Leadership Work and Organisation - Outstanding Feedback Award
    • Shazad Ali, Graduate Academic Assistant - Support Staff Member of the Year
    • Lughaidh Kerin, Senior Lecturer in Clinical Legal Education - Practice - Outstanding Commitment to Student Development
    • Dr. David Westley, Associate Professor and Director of Programmes for Psychology - Most Inspiring Teacher

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