The second annual Education Awards evening, a joint event hosted by The SU Bath and the University of Bath was held at the Apex Hotel, Bath on Friday 13th April 2018. The evening recognised and celebrated staff and students who made significant and sustained contributions to students and the University over the last year. 

This year The SU introduced new awards to recognise University staff and postgraduate students, Support Staff Member of the Year, Personal Tutor of the Year and the joint awarded Postgraduate Teacher of the Year. The evening also saw the awarding of awards recognising staff members' contributions to Peer Mentoring and Peer Assisted Learning. We also recognised and celebrated the work of Academic Representatives and Faculty Representatives. 

Browse photos from the evening


Excellence in Academic Representation

John Benardis Department of Computer Science

Anjali Menon Department of Psychology

Marianne Aspbury Natural Sciences

Oommen Philip Tharakan School of Management

Oliver Holt Department of Electronic & Electrical Engineering

Helen Mylne Natural Sciences

Excellence in Faculty Representaton

Marianne Aspbury Faculty of Science

Richard Hatfield Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences

Antony Maskrey School of Management

Rob Tyrrell Faculty of Engineering and Design

Staff Student Liaison Committee Chiar of the Year

Adam Hughes Natural Sciences

Postgraduate Academic Representative of the Year

Elizabeth Clark Department of Education

Undergraduate Academic Representative of the Year

Anne-Dauphine Lostie De Kerhor Department of Politics, Languages & International Studies

Personal Tutor of the Year

Paul Snow Department of Physics (in particular with reference to their work with Natural Sciences)

Support Staff Member of the Year

Paula Gabriel Faculty of Science

Postgraduate Teacher of the Year

Alessio Santamaria Department of Computer Science
Meike Scheller Department of Psychology
 
 
 
Sarah Stead Faculty of Engineering

Outstanding Staff Contribution to Peer Assisted Learning

Ian Fairholm Department of Psychology