STAR Awards 2019: The Winners

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Our annual STAR Awards ceremony was held on Tuesday 14th May in the Amphitheatre of the Sir Ian Wood Building. This is the Union's student-led staff award scheme which seeks to celebrate Support and Teaching staff with Appreciation and Recognition.

The awards are a chance for students to thank staff members for going above and beyond in their efforts to support them, and for staff to receive recognition from their students.

Congratulations to all staff members who received nominations, certificates and awards. You can find a full breakdown of all winners below, and presentation photos will be available very soon on our Facebook page. Finally, a huge thanks to the students who took the time and effort to complete and submit nominations as part of this year's awards process.
 

Lecturer of the Year Award

  • Uche Iloka 

Supervisor of the Year Award

  • Simon Fraser

Personal Tutor of the Year Award

  • Mark Zarb

Innovative Lecturer of the Year Award

  • Kyari Yates

Postgraduate Choice Award

  • Jonathan Brown

Online Choice Award

  • Susan Lawrie

Extra-Curricular Award

  • John Isaacs

Continued Excellence: Academic Staff Member

  • James Cunningham

Continued Excellence: Support Staff Member

  • Jo Taylor

Support Staff Member of the Year

  • Anne Campbell

Recognition with Distinction

  • Wendy Deegan
  • Julie Jones
  • Anna Lindahl
  • Jay Lytwynenko
  • Iain Morrison
  • Julie Rankin
  • Fiona Roberts
  • Gayle Scott
  • Euan Walker

Certificate of Recognition

  • Morgan Adams
  • Michael Agnew
  • Hatem Ahriz
  • Mohamed Amish
  • Amy Arnold
  • Sam Assan
  • Colin Beagrie
  • Amar Bennadji
  • David Blyth
  • Debbie Booth
  • Cameron Campbell
  • Peter Chalmers
  • Graeme Clark
  • Stuart Cruikshank
  • Libby Curtis
  • Helen Dargie
  • Graeme Dunbar
  • Jennifer Elliott
  • Eyad Eylan
  • Stephen Fiddes
  • Keith Grant
  • Ian Harris
  • Ashleigh Henderson
  • Cara Henderson
  • Rachel Ironside
  • Callum Kellie
  • Craig Leith
  • Shona Liliy
  • Myra  Mackenzie
  • Gregor Mailer
  • Konstantina Martzoukou
  • Morag Matson
  • Christopher McDermott
  • Roger McDermott
  • Margaret McIntosh
  • Iain McLeanen
  • Ross McLean
  • Christina Moir
  • Paul Moran
  • Ashley Noble
  • Andrei Petrovski
  • Emmanuelle Rey-Marmonier
  • Cameron Ross
  • Iain Rowe
  • Ruth Steele
  • Lynda Storey
  • Mo Tabib
  • Nicci Thompson
  • Helen Vosper
  • Craig Walker
  • David Wilson
  • Quazi Zaman

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