Vice-Chancellor's Distinguished Teaching Awards 2018 - HLS
Students never forget inspirational teachers, which is why we put them at the heart of the Vice-Chancellor's Distinguished Teaching Awards (VCDTAs).
The VCDTAs were established in 2005 to recognise and celebrate the lecturers who have inspired and motivated their students to succeed. Not only do students nominate lecturers, they sit on the awards panel, helping to recognise the creativity and outstanding quality of DMU's teaching staff.
In a series of short videos, several of 2018's VCDTAs winners told us about their work and what the award means to them. We'll be updating this section with more videos while nominations are open for the 2019 awards. To make your nomination, click here.
To return to the VCDTA hot topic page, click here.
Faculty of Health and Life Sciences
Emma Johnston, Programme Leader for Forensic Science.
Dr Umakhanth Girija, Senior Lecturer (VC2020) and Programme Leader for MSc Advanced Biomedical Science.