Lifetime Achievement Awards (unfunded)
These awards will be made to individuals of the Collegiate University and/or NHS who have demonstrated high quality and sustained commitment to education (whether through undergraduate teaching, for graduate supervision and/or other educational means) throughout their career in the service of Oxford (normally a minimum of 15 years or equivalent).
In considering nominations for Lifetime Achievement Awards, the Selection Panel will look in particular for evidence of some or all of the following:
- Demonstrated high quality and sustained commitment to education (whether through undergraduate teaching, for graduate supervision and/or other educational means) throughout their career in the service of Oxford (normally a minimum of 15 years or equivalent). This contribution might be evidenced through student feedback and student results/outcomes, as well as comments from colleagues
- The individual is likely to have led educational developments/initiatives during their career at Oxford, which have had a substantial impact on students’ education
- The individual may have supported colleagues in improving their teaching/ in adopting new ways of teaching
- The individual may also have shared good practice in education more widely, for example through collaborations/ publications/ conference presentations
Please also read the section on ‘Evidence taken into account in considering nominations for Personal awards’ in the Further Details.
- Collegiate University and NHS staff involved in education within the Medical Sciences Division will be eligible for this award, whether or not they are, or have previously been, a recipient of a Teaching Excellence Award.
- A Lifetime Achievement Award can only be awarded once to any individual.
HOW TO NOMINATE
The 2023 Lifetime Achievement Awards are now closed for nominations. Find out more about the 2021 winners on the 2021 Awardees page.
- only Heads of Department (or their equivalent for inter-departmental provision) may nominate staff for this award
- the nominee must consent to being put forward for an award.
- self-nominations will not be accepted for Lifetime Achievement Awards.