Teaching excellence at the University has been recognised in an awards ceremony organised by the Students' Association.
The first EUSA teaching awards recognised achievement in teaching in ten categories at a special ceremony in Teviot Hall with 150 invited guests.
The awards are part of a commitment by EUSA to highlight the importance of excellence in teaching alongside the University’s research activity.
In total 2,704 nominations were received, for 621 staff, 191 courses and 60 departments.
This is a great scheme and a wonderful initiative on the part of our students. I know that colleagues who've been nominated are delighted and have taken great motivation from having their efforts recognised in this way.
Runner Up: Chemistry
Winner: Criminal Law (Ordinary)
Runner Up: American History 2
Winner: Tony Gilbert, Mathematics
Runner Up: Martin Reekie, Engineering
Winner: Kenny Pryde, Moray House
Runner Up: Michael Lurie, Classics
Winner: Richard Milne, Biological Sciences
Runner Up: Simon Bates, Physics & Astronomy
Winner: John Simpson, Respiratory Medicine
Runner Up: John Kitchen, Music
Winner: Tonks Fawcett, Nursing Studies
Runner up: Alastair Richmond, Philosophy
Winner: Ian Campbell, English Literature
Runner up: Gordon Findlater, Anatomy
Winner: Yew Ming Chia, Accounting
Runner up: Lloyd Llewelyn Jones, Classics
Winner: Elizabeth Bomberg, Politics and International Relations
Runner up: Phillip Wadler, Informatics