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All Prize Winners

 

A full record of all winners of the Pilkington Prize since it was inaugurated in 1994, along with their associated departments, can be viewed below. The publication is searchable (click the magnifying glass). Full profiles are available for winners from 2015 onwards, further down this page.

 

 


 

2017 Prize Winners

 

The 2017 Pilkington Prize ceremony was held on 22nd June at Gonville and Gaius College. We were pleased that relatives of the donors, Mr and Mrs Christian and Mr and Mrs Cooper, were able to join us and meet with the prize winners.

 

 


 

2016 Prize Winners

 

The 2016 Pilkington Prize ceremony was held on 22nd June at Queens' College. As we celebrated the prize winners in the beautiful, colourful surroundings of the Old Hall, we were reminded of the centuries of teaching that have taken place in the Collegiate University, of the thousands of students who have studied in its colleges and libraries, and of the lasting impact good teachers can make.

 

 


 

2015 winners

 

The 2015 Pilkington Prize ceremony was held on 23rd June at Corpus Christi College. The thirteen prizes awarded celebrate our colleagues' ongoing desire to improve, enhance and innovate teaching practice, and their dedication to their students.

 

 

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