Skip to main navigation Skip to main content
The University of Southampton
Institute of Criminal Justice Research

Mark Telford wins 'Innovative Teaching' at SUSU Excellence in Teaching Awards

Published: 9 May 2014

Mark Telford, Lecturer in Criminal Law and Criminal Justice at the University of Southampton and ICJR member won an award for 'Innovative Teaching' at the most recent Excellence in Teaching Awards Ceremony.

The Excellence in Teaching Awards (ETA's) are an annual event hosted by the Students Union at the University. The ETA's are completely student led and give our students the opportunity to recognise the support of the staff that teach them and show how that teaching has had a real impact on their academic experience.

This year the ETA's received over 500 nominations, a testament to the brilliant teaching staff we have at the University. These nominations were for staff who have really made a difference by using innovative and practical teaching methods to help students reach their potential.

Congratulations to the award-winners and highly commended runners-up for each category, who are listed below.

Outstanding Lecturer: Alistair Hudson (winner) and Sabu Padmadas (highly commended)

Teaching and Learning Lifetime Achievement: Hugh Davis (winner) and Edward Milton (highly commended)

Innovative Teaching: Mark Telford (winner) and Alessia Plutino (highly commended)

Best Feedback Provision: Betty Lanchester (winner) and Peter Langdon (highly commended)

Contribution to Academic Support: Martin Browne (winner) and Sunil Manghani (highly commended)

For more information  on the ETA's- click here

Privacy Settings