The School of Mathematical Sciences has won School of the Year award at the 2017 Students' Union Education Network Awards.
The Awards were developed to recognise the impact our students have made on the daily university life of their peers. Nominations could be made by anybody at the University, staff or student, and nominations were judged by a student panel including members of the Education Network members and Students' Union Representation Development Team.
Ian Dryden, Head of School, said: "This award gives strong recognition to the excellent representation of the students in the School and their work in liaising with key staff, including the Director of Teaching and Learning Stephen Hibberd and the Student Experience Officer Tom Wicks. Thanks to Steve Cox for attending the ceremony yesterday afternoon and to all staff involved with student liaison.
"I would like to give particular thanks to Richard Dickinson who has done a superb job as Student Union Education Rep leading all the undergraduate Course Reps in our School by supporting and collaborating with them to enhance the learning experience. The award is very well deserved."
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Posted on Friday 16th June 2017