Proudly supported by the Royal Society of Biology, the Heads of University Biosciences (HUBS) and Oxford University Press, the Higher Education Bioscience Teacher of the Year Award seeks to identify the UK’s leading bioscience higher education (HE) teachers, recognising the invaluable role they play in educating and inspiring the next generation of biologists.
Higher Education Bioscience Teacher of the Year 2021 shortlist announced
The Royal Society of Biology and Oxford University Press are pleased to announce the shortlist for the Higher Education Bioscience Teacher of the Year award for 2021.
- Dr Helen Vosper, Robert Gordon University
- Dr Nigel Francis, Swansea University
- Dr David Lewis, University of Leeds
The finalists are now busy writing their case-studies for the next stage of the competition, in which they are asked to expound on a particular aspect of their teaching practice, before being interviews by the judging panel.
The overall winner of the award will be announced during the 2021 HUBS Annual Meeting, taking place 12-13 April, online.
The winner receives the £1,000 Ed Wood Memorial Prize, £250 worth of Oxford University Press books, and one year’s free membership to the Society. The remaining finalists will receive £150 and one-year of free Royal Society Biology membership.
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More about the shortlisted candidates: