As nominations roll in for the Students’ Association Teaching Awards, we talk to previous winners about the impact of being recognised in this annual celebration of excellence.
The Students’ Association Teaching Awards are an annual celebration of teaching and support staff at the University of Edinburgh. Now in their tenth anniversary year, they are the oldest awards of their kind in the UK.
Nominated and judged by students, the awards are organised into nine categories, with last year’s scheme receiving over 2,400 nominations. In the past two years alone, the School of Literatures, Languages and Cultures (LLC) has won in three categories: Best Feedback (Carlos Soler Montes); Best Research or Dissertation Supervisor Award (Sarah Dunnigan); and The Ian Campbell Award for Teaching in the Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences (Marwa Mouazen).