Sussex Education Awards winners from the School of Media, Arts and Humanities
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Last updated: Monday, 7 December 2020
Congratulations to the Sussex Education Awards winners in the School of Media, Arts and Humanities! The awards ceremony was held virtually on Tuesday 1 December and the following awards were won:
The Better World Award was won by Emma Newport
This award will recognise staff who are having a positive impact in our local community and beyond. In particular, this award seeks to recognise where community engagement has been built into the curriculum.
Learning Together Award was won by Susan Robbins and James Bartoli-Edwards (student in BA Philosophy, Politics and Economics).
This award is for staff who have worked with students to help them feel part of their teaching and learning experience. This might be where students worked with staff on a research project or collaborated on redesigning the curriculum. In this category you can nominate a team made up of staff and students who have worked together.
The Sussex Spirit Award was won by Deborah Jackson-Smith, Anjuli Daskarolis and Danielle Salvage
This award is for people who demonstrate our five core values of kindness, integrity, inclusion, collaboration and courage. This could be a staff member who has gone out of their way to help you or others, or who always tries to work collaboratively with their students or other members of staff.
The Teaching to Disrupt Award was won by Joanne Paul
This award recognises teaching staff who dare to be different in their approach to teaching. These are people who have inspired students to think critically or in an entrepreneurial way through their innovative and pioneering teaching.
Well done also to a number of staff from across Media, Arts and Humanities who were nominated in the five award categories, including:
Better World: Rachael Fowler, Thomas Godfrey, Marco Nardi, Vicky Phillips, Susan Robbins, Martin Spinelli, John Walker.
Learning Together: Jason Price, Arabella Stanger.
Sussex Spirit: Hester Barron, Peter Boxall, Chenying Cannell, Andrew Duff, Rachael Duncan, Cecile Chevalier, Zeina Rosa Frangie-Eyres, Rachael Fowler, Lisa Greening, Sophie Heath, Jill Kirby, Laura Kounine, Richard McFahn, Ronan McKinney, Monika Metykova, Daniel Molto, Chanda Noward Mfula, Gavin Osbourne, Jo Pawlik, Graeme Pedlingham, Vicky Phillips, Justyna Robinson, Kirsty Rolfe, Gema Rosado Exojo, Grace Ryan, Darrow Schecter, Jeremy Sheldon, Lindsey Smith, Martin Spinelli, Paige Thompson, John Walker, Sharon Webb.
Teaching to Disrupt: David Berry, Andy Clark, Munira Cheema, Denise Decaires Narain, Gordon Finlayson, Rachael Fowler, Despoina Mantziari, Monika Metykova, Emma Newport, Katharina Rietzler, Nicholas Royle, Sarah Sawyer, Pamela Thurschwell, Marcus Wood.
Transformative Technology: James Baker, David Berry, Martin Spinelli, Sharon Webb.
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