The 12 winners of this year's STARS of Warwick Awards were announced on Tuesday at a special presentation ceremony. The student-led teaching awards recognise and celebrate staff members who has gone the extra mile for the benefit of students.
The Awards were launched in 2012 and are run by students, nominated by students and judged by students. From choosing categories to nominating and presenting awards, STARS is a completely student-led scheme giving students the chance to reward staff they feel have gone above and beyond for the sake of their students.
The 12 winners of the 2013 Awards were announced at a ceremony on Tuesday in the Chancellors Suite, Rootes Building.
Congratulations to both the winners and all the shortlisted and nominated staff.
Best Teaching Style – Hilary Minns (CLL)
Most Inspiring Academic – Heather Humphries (Statistics)
Best Personal Tutor – Mike Joy (Computer Science)
Best Academic for Undergraduates – Jeremy Smith (Economics)
Best Academic for Postgraduates – Laura Green (Life Sciences)
Best Postgraduate Student Who Teaches – Josette Duncan (History)
Best Admin Support Staff – Michael Padfield (Medicine)
Best Careers Advisor – Fiona Kent (Careers and Skills)
Best Supervisor – Jane Medwell (Education)
Best Lecturer for Assessment Feedback – George Dunbar (Psychology)
Most Responsive to Student Feedback – Adam Morton (History)
Most Supportive Staff Member – Stephen Lamb (German)