The annual Vice-Chancellor’s Distinguished Teaching Awards (VCDTAs) are back! These awards not only recognise lecturers for their teaching but also those staff who support your learning.
Please nominate someone who has inspired you or made a difference to your time at DMU. Students also sit on the awards panel, helping to recognise the creativity and outstanding quality of DMU’s staff.
Nominations close at the end of Monday 11 February (please note the new extended deadline). You can nominate online or pick up a voting card from De Montfort Students’ Union (DSU) reception in the Campus Centre. Please note, if you want to share the nominations weblink with anyone, please use the original link from this page instead of linking from the form that you have submitted.
Several of the 2018 VCDTAs recipients told us about their work and what winning an award means to them.
Winners from the Faculty of Computing, Engineering and Media included Dan Morley, Tarjana Yagnik and Dr Archie Khuman
Winners from the Faculty of Health and Life Sciences included Emma Johnston and Dr Umakhanth Girija
Winners from the Faculty of Business and Law included Dr Alwyn Jones and Dr Thanos Athanasopoulos
The winner from the Faculty of Arts, Design and Humanities was Rachel Toner
And from Student and Academic Services, Helen Childs.
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