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The Education Awards

Thank you to everyone who submitted a nomination for NUSU’s The Education Awards (TEAs). This year we received a massive 543 nominations! Once again we have been incredibly impressed with the high quality of the nominations submitted. It really does show the amazing impact Newcastle University staff have on your student experience.

Since nominations closed on 3 March, I have been working with academic student reps to read through all the nominations to create a shortlist for each of the categories: a hugely difficult task considering the high standard of nominations. However, I am delighted to announce that the 2020 TEAs shortlist is as follows:


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  • Mrs Billie Moffat-Knox - School of Psychology
  • Dr Mark Ashton - School of Pharmacy
  • Dr Paula Waterhouse - School of Dental Sciences
  • Dr Christopher Graham - School of Mathematics and Statistics and Physics
  • Dr Emmi Hall - School of Natural and Environmental Sciences
  • Mr Chris Napier - School of Computing
  • Dr Gary Taylor-Raebel - School of English Literature, Languages and Linguistics
  • Dr Benjamin Bader - Newcastle University Business School
  • Dr Stephanie Holton - School of History, Classics and Archaeology
  • Dr Zhi Jing Tan - NUMED
  • Dr Hassan Karali - NUMED
  • Dr Edmund Ong -NUMED
  • Miss Laura Heels - School of Computing
  • Dr Carys Watts - School of Biomedical, Nutritional and Sports Science
  • Dr Stephen Overy - School of Philosophical Studies and Combined Honours
  • Dr Daniel Cole - School of Natural and Environmental Sciences
  • Dr Daniel Nesbitt - School of Computing
  • Dr Paula Waterhouse - School of Dental Sciences
  • Mr Vajira Balasuriya - Newcastle University Business School
  • Ms Linda Errington - University Academic Services
  • Dr Paula Waterhouse - School of Dental Sciences
  • Dr Graham Dark - School of Medical Education
  • Ms Susan Spencer - School of Philosophical Studies and Combined Honours
  • Miss Emilia Mickiewicz - Newcastle University Law School
  • Miss Mandy Crane - University Student Health and Wellbeing Service
  • Dr Damian Parry - School of Bionedical, Nutritional and Sports Sciences
  • Ms Susan Spencer - School of Philosophical Studies and Combined Honours
  • Dr Helen Freshwater - School of English Literature, Language and Linguistics
  • Dr Meiko O'Halloran - School of English Literature, Languages and Linguistics
  • Dr Daniel Prem - School of Medical Education
  • Dr Simon Wilkinson - School of Biomedical, Nutritional and Sports Science
  • Dr Julian Knight - School of Natural and Environmental Sciences
  • Mr Vajira Balasuriya - Newcastle University Business School
  • Dr Christos Salis - School of Education, Communication and Language Sciences
  • Dr Cristina Navaroo-Reguero - School of Natural and Environmental Sciences
  • Dr Daniel Cole - School of Natural and Environmental Sciences
  • Dr Louise Michaelis - Institute of Population Health Sciences
  • Dr Lucy Asher - School of Natural and Environmental Sciences
  • Dr Chris Haywood - School of Arts and Cultures
  • Dr Sean Wilkinson- School of Engineering

 

The Ceremony

Unfortunately due to the ongoing situation regarding Covid-19 the TEAs Ceremony is cancelled for this academic year. However, during this period where we are all working from home, we will still be looking through the nominations that led to staff members being shortlisted and from these I will work with some of our student representatives to pick a winner for each of the categories.

We will also announce the winner(s) of the Student Choice Award. The Student Choice Award is the category that allows students to create their own award and submit a nomination for the award they created. From the nominations that we received, the TEAs judging panel has selected outstanding nominations, with the winner(s) being announced when we announce all of the winners.

Finally, we are starting to look through all the nominations as part of our work on the 2020 TEAs Report. For this we will analyse the nominations to see if there are any trends or interesting themes that come from the content of the nominations. You can see what we are talking about if you download a copy of our previous ‘TEAs Reports’ as we spill the TEAs!

 

Pablo Charro De La Fuente

2019/20 NUSU Education Officer

 

 

Spill the TEAs

We are excited to share our fourth annual TEAs Report with you.

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Previous Winners

Check out who all of our previous winners are for The Education Awards.

   Previous Winners