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Winners of Students' Association Teaching Awards and Proctor's Award

Teaching Awards 2014-15

We received 375 nominations for the Students' Association Teaching Awards across 11 categories this year - that’s the most we have ever had and demonstrates not only the extremely high quality of teaching at the University of St Andrews, but also the fact that students deeply value the opportunity to study with passionate, caring, and inspiring lecturers, tutors, and supervisors.

The winners were announced at the Teaching Awards Ceremony on Wednesday 29 April:

Category Winner School
Dissertation/Project Supervisor (Arts/Divinity) Jasmine Gani International Relations
Dissertation/Project Supervisor (Science/Medicine) Akira O'Connor Psychology & Neuroscience
Postgraduate Research Thesis Supervisor Peter Mackay English
Excellence in Teaching – Sub-Honours level (Arts/Divinity) Ian Smith Economics & Finance
Excellence in Teaching – Sub-Honours level (Science/Medicine) Paula Miles Psychology & Neuroscience
Excellence in Teaching – Honours level (Arts/Divinity) Faye Donnelly International Relations
Excellence in Teaching – Honours level (Science/Medicine) Jane Wishart Biology
Excellence in Teaching – Postgraduate level Sandra Romenska Management
Teaching Excellence by a Postgraduate Student Who Tutors Matthew Pauley Management
Commitment by a Support Staff Member Stuart Allison Geography & Geosciences
Innovating in Teaching Peter Cameron Mathematics & Statistics

The winner of the second annual Proctor's Award to recognise amazing committment by a student in enhancing learning and teaching at the University of St Andrews is Martin Eide.

Huge congratulations to all winners and well done to everyone who was nominated for an award this year!

 

Teaching Awards and Proctor's Award Winners