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The sixth annual awards ceremony of CUSU's Student-Led Teaching Awards were held on Friday 10th May at St. Paul's Church.

The ceremony saw a fantastic group of outstanding teaching and support staff receive recognition for their exceptional contributions across nine different awards, directly from the students whose lives they have impacted.


Our congratulations go out to all those who received nominations and commendations, and especially to the winners:

Lecturer: Tyler Denmead
Faculty of Education, Queens' College

Supporting students (academic): Caroline Lanskey
Institute of Criminology, Clare Hall

Supporting students (non-academic): Nick McBride
Faculty of Law, Pembroke College

Innovative teaching: Maurice Chiodo
Department of Pure Maths & Mathematical Statistics, King's College

Inclusive practice: Jasmine Cooper
Faculty of Modern & Medieval Languages, Newnham College

Postgraduate supervisor: Zoe Jaques
Faculty of Education, Homerton College

Undergraduate supervisor (sciences & technology): Elisa Galliano
Department of Physiology, Development & Neuroscience

Undergraduate supervisor (arts, humanities & social sciences): Laura Moretti
Faculty of Asian & Middle Eastern Studies, Emmanuel College

Partnership: Paul Dominiak
Faculty of Divinity, Jesus College


A full list of all those who received commendations, as well as some thoughts on the nominations from CUSU's Education Officer Matt Kite, can be found on the CUSU website.

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