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Law School staff nominated for EUSA Teaching Awards 2019

Tue 9 April 2019

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Dr James HarrisonThe Edinburgh Law School has been honoured with a raft of nominations for the annual EUSA Teaching Awards, which give recognition to teachers, personal tutors, students who tutor, research supervisors, and support staff.

From more than 2,000 nominations, Dr James Harrison of the Law School has been shortlisted for the Ian Campbell Award for Teaching in the Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences. 

Nominated by students themselves, the EUSA Teaching Awards celebrate the positive impact that staff members from across the university have on students’ learning experiences. Among the nominees were several Law School staff members, all nominated by our students.

  • Prof Emilios Avgouleas, nominated for Best Overall Teacher Award
  • Prof Nehal Bhuta, nominated for Best Implementer of Student Feedback Award
  • Lynsey Buchanan, nominated for Best Support Staff Award
  • Dr Paolo Cavaliere, nominated for Best Course Award
  • Jane Cornwell, nominated for Best Personal Tutor Award, Best Overall Teacher Award, Best Course Award, and Best Implementer of Student Feedback Award
  • Dr Ana Maria Daza Vargas, nominated for Best Overall Teacher and Best Personal Tutor Award
  • Dr Filippo Fontanelli, nominated for Best Overall Teacher Award
  • Clare Guymer, nominated for Best Support Staff Award
  • Dr Alistair Henry, nominated for Best Personal Tutor Award
  • Lindsay Jack, nominated for Best Personal Tutor Award
  • Dr Chloe Kennedy, nominated for Best Practice in Inclusive Learning and Teaching Award
  • Prof Andrew Lang, nominated for Best Practice in Inclusive Learning and Teaching Award
  • Dr Leandro Mancano, nominated for Best Overall Teacher Award
  • Jane McKenzie, nominated for Best Support Staff Award
  • Tracy Noden, nominated for Best Support Staff Award
  • Prof Paul du Plessis, nominated for Best Overall Teacher Award
  • Judith Rauhofer, nominated for Best Supervisor Award
  • Annie Sorbie, nominated for Best Overall Teacher Award and Best Supervisor Award
  • Dr Anna Souhami, nominated for Ian Campbell Award for Teaching in the Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences
  • Margaret Stewart, nominated for Best Support Staff Award
  • Dr Asanga Welikala, nominated for Best Personal Tutor Award and Best Overall Teacher Award
  • Dr Ruiqiao Zhang, nominated for Best Overall Teacher Award

Congratulations to all the nominees! These nominations reflect the great work of the Law School staff and the appreciation of our students.

The winners of the EUSA Teaching Awards will be announced at a ceremony on 25th April 2019 at Teviot Row House. You can see the full shortlist here.

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