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WATE 2023 - winners

Congratulations to all WATE Winners

We are excited to announce the winners of the Warwick Awards for Teaching Excellence.

The standard of nominees this year was exceptionally high, and all those nominated can be proud of their achievements. Thank you to the hundreds of people who took the time to make a nomination, and to the judges who faced the unenviably task of selecting our winners from an incredibly strong field.

Faculty awards

WATE Winners

Arts Faculty award

Winner: Bryan Brazeau (Liberal Arts, School for Cross-faculty Studies)

Highly Commended: James Poskett (History)

Commended: Heather Meyer (Institute for Advanced Teaching and Learning)

WATE Winners

Social Sciences Faculty award

Winner: Akinyemi Oyawale (Politics and International Studies)

Highly Commended: Rachel Turner-King (Education Studies)

Commended: Arthur Galichère (Economics)

WATE Winners

SEM Faculty award

Winner: Cornelia Juengst (Warwick Medical School)

Highly Commended: Tom Ritchie (Chemistry)

Commended: Sam Trouton (Chemistry)

WATE Winners

Collaborative award

Winner: The Mobius Team

Highly Commended: WBS Year 1 CORE Module Team

Commended: Chemistry Student Experience Team

WATE Winners

Community & Culture award

MBChB Team at Warwick Medical School

WAPTE Winners

WAPTE award - winners to be announced.

Postgraduates who teach award

the winners



Simona Di Martino (School of Modern Languages and Cultures)

Towhid Khan (Centre for Cultural and Media Policy Studies, School of Creative Arts, Performance and Visual Cultures)


Niels Boender (History)

Sophie Kempston (Global Sustainable Development, School for Cross-faculty Studies)

the winners

Social Sciences


Giulia Lorenzi (Philosophy)

Mouli Banerjee (Politics and International Studies)


Sun Park (Sociology)

Dan Wood (Politics and International Studies)

the winners



Joseph Cregeen (Physics)

Josh Davies (Chemistry)


Anton Cleverley (Chemistry)

Eleanor Molloy (Warwick Medical School)