We are very pleased to announce the shortlist for the 2019 Warwick Awards for Teaching Excellence (WATE) and Warwick Awards for Teaching Excellence for Postgraduates who Teach (WATE PGR).
The Warwick community responded enthusiastically this year, nominating nearly 80 members of staff and 30 postgraduates. Nominees came from 27 departments and centres from across the University and nearly three quarters of all nominations received came directly from or were co-supported by students.
Professor Christopher Hughes, Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Education) and Chair of the WATE and WATE PGR judging process, commented
It is always exciting to see which of our outstanding community of educators are nominated for WATE and WATE PGR. This year's shortlist, drawn from an incredibly strong field, show the creativity and dedication to practice that are at the heart of Warwick's student experience. The University is very proud of these colleagues, and everyone nominated for the Awards, and thanks them for everything they do for our students.
|WATE Shortlist||WATE PGR Shortlist|
|Keith Ball, Mathematics
||James Atkinson, Engineering|
|Samantha Cooke, PAIS||Tasha Bondre, English and Comparative Literary Studies
|Suhaib Fahmy, Engineering||Maria Inês Castro e Silva, Modern Languages and Cultures
|Rebecca Freeman, Life Sciences||James Gott, Physics|
|Maja Korica, Warwick Business School||Simone Griesser, Warwick Business School
|Georgia Kremmyda, Engineering||Richard Henshaw, Physics
|Michael Mortenson, WMG||Sarah Mainwaring, PAIS
|Sandra Pereira, Warwick Business School||Chris Noonan, Philosophy
|Jörg Seifert, Modern Languages and Cultures||Joey Soehardjojo, Warwick Business School|
|David Woods, Philosophy||Arianna Tassinari, Warwick Business School
View the Warwick Awards for Personal Tutoring Excellence (WAPTE) shortlist here.
WATE, WATE PGR, WAPTE winners and commendees will be announced at the end of June.