I Love My Lecturer Awards 2015 - The Winners

This year we celebrated the fifth annual I Love My Lecturer Awards.

These awards exists to reward exceptional teaching and support staff at RGU by accepting nominations and stories of inspiration from the student body.

This year’s ceremony took place on 24th March in the Riverside East Amphitheatre on campus, with the following members of teaching and support staff receiving awards. Congratulations to all winners, all staff members who were nominated, and a huge thank you to all students who took the time to submit such strong, positive nominations.

Certificate of Recognition
Angela Siegel
Chris Yuill
David Lonie
Erica Cargill
Francis Quinn
Ina Donat
Laura Mason
Lesley Leishman
Linda Kirkham
Mark Zarb
Myra Mackenzie-Fraser
Paul Arnell
Paul Swinton
Paul Green
Robert Halsall
Roger McDermott
Sarah Christie
Thornsten Lauterbach

Recognition with Distinction Award
Abhishek Agarwal
Alastair baillie
Neil Emmison
Audrey Fryer
Rachel Hayward
Carolyn McNicholas
Tracy Pirie
Fiona Roberts
Laura Sharp
Ann Tough
Alan Hunt

Double Award: Outstanding Supervisor & Outstanding Module
Antonella Tonna


Outstanding Personal Tutor Award
Stephen Macmanus

Outstanding Supoervisor Award
Amar Bennadji
Sheikh Islam
Aaron McIntosh
Kerr Mathews
Gil Barton
Izzy Crawford
Sarah Pedersen

Outstanding Support Staff Award
Iain Tough
Emily Hunter
Andrew Rattray

Outstanding Lecturer Award
Katherine Burgess
Graeme McRobbie

Continued Excellene Award
Eric Ogilvie-Brown
Ahmed Beloucif
Elliot Pirie
Val Bremner
Gary Brindley

Outstanding Module Award
James Cunningham

Lecturer of the Year
Robert Buckley (Faculty of Health & Social Care)
Simon Fraser (Aberdeen Business School)
Annette Murray (Faculty of Design & Technology)

For more information about the I Love My Lecturer Awards, contact Stefan Gheorghe (President of Education & Welfare).

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