This scheme is designed to recognise outstanding contributions to the education of students of Queens’ College. It is open to Fellows, Bye-Fellows, staff, internal and external Teaching Associates, Graduate Students and Postdoctoral Research Associates.
Cases for recognition will be reviewed by a selection panel that is chaired by the Senior Tutor and includes student members. Cases for recognition must be submitted using one of the forms on this page by 12 noon on Friday 6 October 2017. Prizes will be awarded during Michaelmas Term 2017.
If you have questions about the prize scheme, please contact Dr Meg Tait [firstname.lastname@example.org].
How to get involved
If you think that a Fellow, Bye-Fellow, member of staff, internal / external Teaching Associate, Graduate student or Postdoctoral Research Associate of Queens' College has made a real difference to your education here, you can nominate them by using the form on this page.
You’ll need to make a case in support of your nominee (about 300 words). Guidance on structuring your case is provided on the online form.
Applications by teachers of Queens’ students
If you’re a Queens’ Fellow, Bye-Fellow, member of staff, internal / external Teaching Associate, Graduate student or Postdoctoral researcher, you may submit a case for recognition of your contribution.
Your case might address design of teaching and learning, effective approaches to giving feedback to students or innovations, for example. Guidance on structuring your case (about 500 words) is provided on the online form.