Students’ Association Teaching Awards 2021

Prize: Prize (including medals and awards)


Our annual Teaching Awards provide students with an opportunity to thank staff for their hard work and celebrate the very best of teaching and support at the University, something that was more important than ever this year.
Over 1300 staff received over 2800 nominations, all of which were reviewed by our student shortlisting panel. While we hope the shortlisted staff members are proud to have been selected, we also want to recognise the commitment demonstrated by all our nominees, many of whom have continued to provide an excellent standard of teaching and student support in challenging personal and professional circumstances.
The 2021 winner for the 'Outstanding Course': Race and Ethnicity – Katucha Bento, Nasar Meer and Shaira Vadasaria, School of Social & Political Science.
“It has provided me with invaluable knowledge and the combination of lectures, readings and seminars has pushed me to think more critically and in a different way than to how I did at the start of this semester… What’s more, the knowledge gained has proved extremely useful outside of academic contexts and in my life more generally – I have been able to have informed discussions about contemporary issues to do with race, racism and understanding the legacy of colonialism with family members, friends and colleagues.”
Degree of recognitionLocal

Awarded at event

Event titleStudents’ Association Teaching Awards 2021
Period1 Mar 2021 → 25 May 2021