Stephen Dolan wins Student Tutor of the Year
School of Divinity student, Stephen Dolan has won Student Tutor of the Year in this year's EUSA Teaching Awards
For the second year in a row, a School of Divinity student has won the Student Tutor of the Year award at the Edinburgh University Students' Association Teaching Awards. The annual Teaching Awards provide students with an opportunity to thank staff for their hard work and celebrate the very best of teaching and support at the University. This year's award winner is School of Divinity PG Tutor Stephen Dolan.
The School of Divinity wants to extend a huge congratulations to Stephen for achieving such a great award.
It is a huge honour to be awarded the Student Tutor of the Year award. Teaching, alongside my research into the role of Christianity in Politics, tutoring has become a real passion of mine and I am so grateful for the recognition this award provides to all tutors. I had a wonderful group of students both semesters which allowed me to create an open and engaging atmosphere to teach in, and helped make it possible to bring the best out of the students and myself as a tutor. I would like to thank the Divinity staff for their encouragement and support during my time as a tutor and I am excited to continue my teaching journey alongside my PhD. I am deeply humbled to be awarded this achievement and share it with the wonderful department and friends who have helped make teaching such a rewarding part of my time at the School of Divinity.
Watch Stephen's acceptance speech for the award by clicking on the video below: