Professor Paul Smith awarded fellowship to investigate artist's slow and sustained mode of looking.
Shortlist for the Society of Architectural Historian's of Great Britain's Alice Davies Hitchcock Award announced
Louise Campbell and Otto Saumarez Smith both shortlisted for the Alice Davies Hitchcock Medalion
History of Art student Charity Culley has been awarded a prize by Warwick's Centre for the Study of the Renaissance for her Finalist Dissertation. The Dr Greg Wells Undergraduate Essay Prizes, now in their third year, are awarded for the best undergraduate intermediate-year and final-year essays and dissertation.
Charity was was awarded for her dissertation focusing on ‘Disguised Symbolism In Lucas Cranach’s Salome At The Feast Of Herod’
WARWICK AWARDS FOR TEACHING EXCELLENCE 2017. Congratulations to Ann Haughton for her commendation award (£2000) announced yesterday. The awards recognise staff who have enhanced and transformed the student learning experience, with nominations invited from students and staff across the University.
Louise Campbell has been awarded a Leverhulme Emeritus Fellowship for 2017-19 to prepare a book for publication called Studio lives: artists at home and at work in twentieth-century Britain.
History of Art Associate Tutor, Dr. Ann Haughton, has been nominated for a University Staff Award for her 'Outstanding Contribution'. This award category celebrates individuals who have made an exceptional contribution to Warwick’s overall performance and reputation. The winners will be announced at an evening event in the Butterworth Hall on Friday 12 May.
The Warwick Awards for Teaching Excellence for Postgraduate Research students (WATE PGR) give students and staff the opportunity to celebrate excellent teaching by postgraduate research students. The award recognises teachers who have motivated, inspired and engaged their students, and created a supportive learning environment.
Ann has made an exceptional impact on our students’ learning experience at first and second year level... she excels in transforming the tough and the dull in academia into the understandable and the enjoyable. As the most recent comments from first-year evaluations reveal, she inspires, encourages, and builds student confidence particularly in seminars.