Philosophy and Religion Student wins the 'Ede and Ravenscroft Innovation Award' at the Student Led Teaching Awards
Helen Marchant, a course representative for the second year undergraduates in the School of Philosophy and Religion won the ‘Ede and Ravenscroft Innovation Award’ at the 2015 Student Led Teaching Awards.
The School is delighted with her worthy achievement, and is looking forward to working closely again with Helen and the other course representatives within the School next year.
The award was given to Helen for her demonstrable work with fellow students to ensure excellent dialogue between the School’s staff and its students, and to help foster a positive environment within the school. Helen has demonstrated excellent initiative and dedication in this record, and received strong nominations for the award from her fellow peers.
Helen was also short-listed for the award, Course Representative of the Year.
The School of Philosophy and Religion had a strong presence at the Student Led Teaching Awards again this year. In addition to Helen’s excellent achievement, the School was delighted that two of its staff were short-listed for two awards each. Dr Lucy Huskinson, for ‘Outstanding Pastoral Support’ and ‘Teacher of the Year’; and Dr Farhaan Wali, for ‘Excellent Feedback’ and ‘Teacher of the Year’.
Publication date: 18 May 2015