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Philine zu Ermgassen awarded a CUSU Teaching Excellence Award

last modified May 27, 2014 11:43 AM

The CUSU Teaching Excellence Award (TEA) celebrates excellent teaching and student engagement and is a pioneer project of its kind here at Cambridge. There is no other student-led initiative at Cambridge where students are invited to highlight outstanding qualities that make a lecture, supervision, or the educational experience exceptional.

Students are given the opportunity to nominate lecturers, supervisors, administrators and other staff who are exemplary teachers and mentors.  Award nominees are celebrated for their abilities to generate enthusiasm in a subject matter, engage students in teaching and learning and nourish intellectual curiosity and talent.

Philine was one of five winners in the Supervisor category.

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