Tuesday, 5 July 2016

Sociology and YUSU Excellence Awards

Sociology has been recognized for its excellence in 2016 though the YUSU Excellence Awards.

There were a range of staff and postgraduates who teach (PGWTs) to be nominated this year by anonymous undergraduates. There was a total of 18 nominations in a range of categories:
  • 5 nominations for Teacher of the Year
  • 4 nominations for Supervisor of the year
  • 2 nominations for Most Inspiring
  • 2 nominations for Most Enthusiastic
  • 3 nominations for Most Supportive
  • 1 nomination for Best Communicator
  • 1 nomination for Promoting Diversity
Staff were genuinely honored to receive this recognition from our students. Thank you to those individuals who took the time to nominate us.

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