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Doctoral student wins British Psychological Society's teaching award


Tom Bailey, an ESRC-funded DTC student in Psychiatry and Applied Psychology, has been awarded the 2015 British Psychological Society's Division for Academics, Researchers and Teachers in Psychology (DART-P)/PsyPAG Teaching Award. This is a national award which recognises excellence in teaching psychology.

The award is in recognition of Tom's work in supporting students on the Applied Psychology PGT/Professional Doctorate courses within the division, specifically his help in project support and advanced quantitative statistics. It reflects Tom's passion for quantitative methods and for sharing his knowledge with others.


In congratulating Tom, Dr Iain Coyne (PhD Supervisor) said: “Tom is an excellent tutor and is able to convey complex information in a style which aids student learning as well as promoting student engagement. He is not only extremely knowledgeable of research methods and statistics, but is motivated to pass on that knowledge to those who are struggling. Whether delivering lectures,providing in-class support, responding to online forum questions or providing one-on-one supervision, Tom has shown he is a valuable asset to the division.” 


Posted on Friday 1st May 2015

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