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    16 July 2018

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  • Overview

    10 April 2015

  • Main Scheme: Major Educator Awards (funded)

    10 April 2015

    These awards are made to individuals or teams who have made an outstanding contribution to the development of education and/or leadership in education and/or other educational initiatives, within the Medical Sciences Division or at institutional level. These awards draw special attention from the Division and the University to achievement at the highest level for a discrete development or innovation (which will normally have taken a number of years to realise).

  • Main Scheme: Excellent Teacher Awards (titular)

    10 April 2015

    These awards formally recognise the excellent contributions to teaching and/or supervision made by individual members of Collegiate University and NHS staff within the Division.

  • Main Scheme: Early Career Excellent Teacher (titular)

    10 April 2015

    These new awards formally recognise the excellent contributions to teaching and/or supervision made by individual members of Collegiate University and NHS staff within the Division who are within the first five years of their career as a University/NHS teacher, and would have no prior (or otherwise demonstrable) experience as a teacher in other sectors/from other institutions. This award will be made in recognition of staff who have been highly innovative and have developed exceptional expertise in teaching within a relatively short period of time.

  • Main Scheme: Learning Support Awards (funded)

    10 April 2015

    Learning Support Awards are made to individuals or teams whose work involves the support of teaching and learning activities within the Collegiate University, but who do not have formal teaching responsibilities. Recipients of this award will have made a contribution to supporting these activities significantly beyond that which would normally be expected in their role.