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3 Jun 2015
Teaching Awards 2015
Teaching has long been recognised at Loughborough as actively involving students and staff – something demonstrated by the winners of the 2015 Teaching Innovation Awards.
Three awards were made to student applicants working with academics, a move welcomed by both the Vice Chancellor Professor Bob Allison and Pro Vice-Chancellor for Teaching Professor Morag Bell.
The 2015 award winners were announced during the new Teaching Awards event on 2 June 2015. The successful applicants have been awarded a total of £21,000. They will report back on the progress of their projects through the Centre for Academic Practice blog and share outcomes at the Teaching Awards event in 2016. Posters showing the projects being funded will also be displayed in departments and schools.
Further information regarding the awards and this year’s successful applicants can be found on the Teaching Awards page.