Staff Recognised in 2021 CASS Awards for Excellence in Education

Staff Recognised in 2021 CASS Awards for Excellence in Education
Friday 17 December 2021

Four staff from the School of Archaeology and Anthropology have been recognised in the 2021 College of Arts and Social Sciences Awards for Teaching Excellence.

These awards recognise our most outstanding teachers who have shown sustained commitment to the delivery of quality teaching - especially during these unprecedented times.

Award for Teaching Excellence
These awards celebrate the College’s most outstanding teachers in their fields. The awards recognise teachers renowned for excellence in teaching, who have made a broad and deep contribution to enhancing the quality of learning and teaching in higher education at CASS.
Professor Simone Dennis, Winner
Dr Stacey Ward, Winner - Early Career

Award for Excellence in Supervision
The CASS Award for Excellence in Supervision recognises a sustained record of innovative and outstanding supervision of higher degree by research students, including honours and research students within coursework Masters degrees.
Dr Patrick Kilby, Winner 

Certificate of Recognition for Education Excellence

This certificate recognises the contribution of staff members who do not otherwise meet eligibility requirements in other award categories, who have made an exceptional contribution to teaching and learning at CASS.
Dr Yasmine Musharbash, Winner

Read more about the winners and other highly commended staff here.



Updated:  17 December 2021/Responsible Officer:  Head of School/Page Contact:  CASS Marketing & Communications