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Dr Bryan Brazeau: Making a difference through teaching and supporting students

Dr Bryan Brazeau (SFHEA), Senior Teaching Fellow in Liberal Arts has recently been nominated for both the Warwick Awards for Teaching Excellence, and the Warwick Awards for Personal Tutoring Excellence. This is a considerable endorsement of both Bryan's teaching practice and his approach towards his pastoral responsibilities.

Bryan currently teaches on the following modules:

Bryan also designed and convened the experimental transdisciplinary pilot module 'IP303: A Sustainable Serenissima' which ran in Term 2 of the academic year 2018/19. You can find out about this innovative problem-based module here.

In terms of the next steps in the awards process, nominations for the Warwick Awards for Teaching Excellence will be published on 20 April 2020 and the shortlist will be announced. Winners and commendees for these awards will be revealed the week commencing 22 June 2020. For the Warwick Awards for Personal Tutoring Excellence, winners will also be announced the week commencing 22 June 220.

Congratulations to Bryan for being nominated for both of these awards!

What are the Warwick Awards for Teaching Excellence?

These awards allow members of the Warwick community to recognise a member of staff who’s made a difference in learning and teaching.

Find out more here.

What are the Warwick Awards for Personal Tutoring Excellence?

The Warwick Awards for Personal Tutoring Excellence recognise staff who’ve made an outstanding contribution to supporting students through the University’s personal tutoring system.

Find out more here.