Important Information for Awards
About Judging Panel, Late Submissions and Appeals Policies
- Assessment of nominations will normally be made by a committee of five members: one active member of the Teaching and Learning Committee, the Pro-Dean or Deputy Pro-Dean of Teaching and Learning (Chair), at least one past award winner, and a representative from another Faculty’s T&L Committee or Educational Innovation.
- The committee assesses each candidate according to the quality and strength of the case made in their nomination. There is no fixed quota for determining how many applications for the Excellence in Teaching Awards can be successful.
- Incomplete and/or late submissions of applications cannot be accepted.
- Materials are NOT returned to applicants but shredded after the judging panel’s decisions are finalised. Please keep a complete copy of your materials should you wish to consult them again.
- Applicants who wish to appeal against the decision of the committee should note that appeals are considered only on the basis of a problem or fault in the nomination process.
Responsibility of Awardees
- Each awardee's details will be listed on our website and may be asked to facilitate future workshops.
- Awardees may be contacted by other academics in relation to future application, or other matters related to their area of expertise in teaching.
- Awardees will be asked to make a short presentation on their teaching at the Award presentation ceremony. The ceremony will be held in early November.
- The award money will be transferred to awardee's School and will be managed by the School's Finance Manager. This money will be available for a period of 12 months following the award.