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Professor Robin Naylor receives student nominated award

Professor Robin Naylor, Department of EconomicsProfessor Robin Naylor from the Department of Economics was recently chosen to share the national Student Nominated Learning and Teaching Award of the Economics Network for 2006.

The Student Nominated Teaching Award provides an opportunity for Economics students to identify and honour the most inspiring and dedicated teaching staff in their department.

The judging panel were looking for teaching which possessed some or all of the following qualities:

 

  • inspire and encourage student interest in economics
  • challenge and motivate students towards academic excellence
  • enjoy and recognise the importance of working with students and enhancing their education out of the classroom
  • and whose enthusiasm for the subject is highly evident to his or her students

Professor Naylor shares the award with Maksymillian Kwiek, University of Southampton and Alison Wride, Exeter University

Each year, the Economics Network of the HE Academy gives out learning and teaching awards to recognise and reward exemplary practice from within the UK academic economics community. Other awards include the Outstanding Teaching Award, eLearning/ Electronic Resource Award and the e-Tutor of the Year Award.

For more information visit http://www.economicsnetwork.ac.uk/awards/