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The winners, and some pictures, from this year's Student Led Teaching Awards

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In total students made a record number of 922 nominations for 300 individual staff. And once again Dreadnought was transformed for a glittering awards ceremony.

Starting with our student awards 

Academic Society of the Year

This was awarded to MathSoc who were described as 

an essential part of their department by creating a vibrant and social academic community.

The shortlisted societies were: The Business Society, The Psychedelic Society and The Law Society.

Faculty Officer of the Year 

This award recognises the role of elected Faculty Officers, the winner for 2019 is Zoe Campbell from the Faculty of Liberal Arts and Sciences.

Also shortlisted were: Angel Rose from Education and Health, Bernadette Cozma from Engineering and Science, Ena Softic from Liberal Arts and Sciences and Will Clarke from Business.

Faculty Officer of the Year Zoe Campbell from Liberal Arts and Sciences

Programme Representative of the Year

This award recognises exceptional service from Student Representatives. The 2019 winners are: 

  • Veronica Moggio
  • Julio Villar Hernandez
  • Holly Hood
  • Luke Arscott

Shortlisted representatives were: Ela Illbey, Gulia Terragni, Gemma Longe, Jack Kennedy, and Lillibel Holt.

Veronical Moggio, Programme Representative of the Year

Julio Villar Hernandez, Programme Representative of the Year

Our staff awards

Outstanding Personal Tutor

This award recognises the exceptional work to support the varying challenges that students face during their time at university.

The 2019 winners are:

  • Dr John Morton, Faculty of Liberal Arts and Sciences
  • Dr Michael Wynn-Williams, Faculty of Business
  • Wendy Ainsworth, Faculty of Education and Health
  • Dr Susan Force, Faculty of Engineering and Science

Supervisor of the Year

This award is for Personal, Dissertation or Research Supervisors that go above and beyond to promote a brilliant student experience. The winners are:

  • Dr Andrew Kao, Faculty of Liberal Arts and Sciences
  • Pamela Zigomo, Faculty of Business
  • Dr Paul Newton, Faculty of Education and Health
  • Dr Milan Antonijevic, Faculty of Engineering and Science

Dr Milan Antonijevic, Faculty of Engineering and Science

Inspirational Teaching Award

This award goes to an exceptional member of teaching staff who engages students through their expertise and passion in the subject. Their teaching is immersive, motivating, and research-led with up-to-date information and knowledge.

The 2019 winners are:

  • Dr Louise Owusu-Kwarteng, Faculty of Liberal Arts and Sciences
  • Jessica Templeton, Faculty of Business
  • Dr Robert Willson, Faculty of Education and Health
  • Professor Ben Bennett, Faculty of Engineering and Science

Dr Louise Owusu-Kwarteng, Faculty of Liberal Arts and Sciences

Jessica Templeton, Faculty of Business

Faculty Star Award

This award recognises the hard work of all staff who exceed expectations to support students within their faculty.

The 2019 winners are:

  • Louise Hewitt, Faculty of Liberal Arts and Sciences
  • Dr Dawn Reilly, Faculty of Business
  • Poppy Gibson, Faculty of Education and Health
  • Dr Lauren Pecorino, Faculty of Engineering and Science

Poppy Gibson, Faculty of Education and Health

The Wellbeing Champion is a new award which recognises work to support students to succeed throughout any issues or barriers. The 2019 winners are: Student Academic Services Team.

Support Service Awards recognise staff working behind the scenes to support the student experience. The individual winner is Tracy Doyle, Academic & Welfare Adviser, Greenwich Students' Union..

The team award for Support Service was won by Information and Library Services with the Business School Employability team and the Student Wellbeing Service also shortlisted.

The Extra Mile award goes to staff who exceed expectations. The winner is Christine Colson, Care Leaver Co-ordinator, UK Student Recruitment.

Wellbeing Champion: Student Academic Services Team

Team award for Support Services: Information & Library Systems

Extra Mile Award: Christine Colson, UK Student Recruitment, Communications & Recruitment

Congratulations to all of our winners, and to those who were nominated and shortlisted.