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Find out everything you need to know to nominate someone for the Teaching Awards 2022!

LSESU Teaching Awards 2022

Find out everything you need to know to nominate someone for the Teaching Awards 2022!


Congratulations to all our winners and nominees. 


LSESU Award for Personal and Professional Development: Dr Callum Ward

LSESU Award for Welfare and Pastoral Support: Dr Yally Avrahampour

LSESU Award for Inspirational Teaching: Thomas Glinnan

LSESU Award for Excellent Communication and Feedback: Chiara Sotis

  • Highly commended: Rémy-Paulin Twahirwa

LSESU Award for Innovative Teaching: Dr Paroma Bhattacharya

  • Highly commended: Dr Tanya Harmer

LSESU Award for Inclusive Education: Dr Jacob Breslow

LSESU Award for Professional Services Staff: Rebecca Lee

LSESU Award for Student Partnership: Professor Leigh K. Jenco

LSESU Award for PhD Supervision: Professor Patrick Wallis

LSESU Award for Departmental Excellence: Department of Gender Studies



What are the Teaching Awards?

This competition is designed to allow students to recognise those members of staff who have made a difference to their time at LSE and say thank you to staff members who have made a positive impact.

There is also an award for Departmental Excellence and Professional Services Staff (administrators etc.) so you can acknowledge others throughout the School who have helped to improve your experience here at LSE.


Nominations are accepted in the following categories:

Click the links to see the criteria for each award.

Key Dates for

Nominations Open: Friday 11th March at 9am GMT

Nominations Close: Wednesday 6th April at Midnight (12am) GMT

Shortlisting Process: w/c Monday 11th April

Winners Announced: Thursday 12th May - 6pm. You can watch the results live on our Facebook page or on our YouTube channel

Any Questions? Contact us at


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What do winner's receive? All nominees, not just those that win an award, will receive their nomination comments (unless you opt out of this in the form). These comments are highly treasured by staff and we encourage you to stay opted in!

Winners also receive an Award Certificate and £250.

Who can I nominate? Provided the person you nominate is an employed staff member at the LSE, you can nominate them! In the past lecturers, PhD Supervisors, Halls Wardens and Graduate Teaching Assistants have all won. If you think they are great then nominate them!

Can I nominate someone in more than one category? Absolutely – As long as they meet the criteria of the category specified, you can nominate them in as many as you like.

Can I nominate multiple people? You can submit as many nominations as you like; however you will have to do this by completing a new submission form for each new nominee.

Do I have to meet all the criteria for the award? No, your nominee does not need to meet all of the criteria to win. These are only examples and general guidance. 

Where is the Award for Masters Supervision? Awards have changed this year! Due to the timeline of the Awards and Masters Supervision, this one has been discontinued. If you would like to nominate your Masters Supervisor, we recommend looking at the other awards on offer, particularly the Award for Mentoring and Personal Development. 

I’m worried my department is too small for my nominees to win- is this a prohibitive factor? Not at all! More nominations do make a stronger case, however some of our previous winners have won after just one very strong nomination.

We have devised a selection method that primarily focuses on the quality of nominations and how well the nominee hits the award criteria, so a very good nomination submitted by a student can definitely do the trick.

How are the award winners decided? The final decision on who receives the awards is taken by a panel of SSLC reps from across the School. This process is facilitated by your Education Officer, Robyn McAlpine.

How many awards are given out in each category? Each category has 1 award winner.

What if my nominees don’t win? Although it’s fantastic to win an award, not everyone can. We are fully committed to providing all nominees with your anonymous comments and recognition. Just one nomination from you can make someone’s teaching year worthwhile.

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