Teaching Awards for Kellogg Members

12 May 2017

Congratulations to the nine members of Kellogg whose work has been recognised in the 2017 Oxford University Students’ Union Teaching Awards. There was a record number of nominations this year, each of a very high standard. The award-winners were announced at a ceremony at Oxford Town Hall on Thursday 11 May.

Especial congratulations go to Dr Nigel Mehdi, who was shortlisted in two categories and won an award as Outstanding Tutor, and Professor Nazila Ghanea, who won in the Outstanding Graduate Supervisor category. (Both are pictured below.)

Shortlisted for Outstanding Graduate Supervisor

  • Professor Andrew Martin, Official Fellow of Kellogg College; Professor of Systems Security in the Department of Computer Science
  • Dr Cathy Oakes, Official Fellow of Kellogg College; Director of Studies in the History of Art; Director, MSt in Literature and Arts; Co-Director, Postgraduate Certificate in Historical Studies and MSt in Historical Studies; Co-Director, DPhil in Architectural History; Department for Continuing Education
  • Dr Christine Jackson, Official Fellow of Kellogg College; Joint Course Director, Foundation Certificate in History and Postgraduate Certificate in Historical Studies; Director of Graduate Studies; Department for Continuing Education
  • Dr Jocelyne Hughes, Member of Common Room at Kellogg College; Programme Director in Ecological Survey Techniques; Department for Continuing Education
  • Professor Nazila Ghanea, Official Fellow of Kellogg College; Associate Professor in International Human Rights Law; Department for Continuing Education
  • Dr Clare Morgan, Supernumerary Fellow of Kellogg College; Director, MSt in Creative Writing; Department for Continuing Education

Shortlisted for Most Acclaimed Lecturer

  • Dr Nigel Mehdi, Visiting Fellow of Kellogg College; Departmental Lecturer in Sustainable Urban Development for the Department of Continuing Education
  • Javier Lezaun, Official Fellow of Kellogg College; Deputy Director, Institute for Science, Innovation and Society; School of Anthropology and Museum Ethnography

Shortlisted for Outstanding Tutor

  • Dr Sandie Byrne, Official Fellow of Kellogg College; Associate Professor in English Literature & Creative Writing; Department for Continuing Education
  • Dr Nigel Mehdi, Visiting Fellow of Kellogg College; Departmental Lecturer in Sustainable Urban Development for the Department of Continuing Education

The full list of winners can be found on the OUSU website. If you spot any names that are missing from this list, please do contact us.