Graduate Teacher, Student Article and Public Engagement Prizes Graduate Teacher, Student Article and Public Engagement Prizes

Faculty of Arts and Humanities: Graduate Teacher Prizes

Rules

  1. There shall be two prizes awarded in 2010-11 funded by the Faculty of Arts and Humanities to be known as the Faculty of Arts and Humanities Graduate Teacher Prizes.
  2. The prizes are to recognise postgraduate research students who have made a significant impact on the Faculty through their teaching.
  3. The value of each prize shall be £200.
  4. Postgraduate research students currently registered in the Faculty of Arts and Humanities, who have a satisfactory progress record, who are on course to complete their degree within the prescribed time period and who, during the course of their current studies, have taught undergraduate/postgraduate students of UEA are eligible to be nominated by students registered in the Faculty and by staff within the Faculty.
  5. The prizes shall be awarded having regard to the support which the nominees have given in helping students to realise their potential and in motivating students; the extent to which the nominees have had a positive impact on the teaching community; and innovations made in modes of teaching and/or assessment.
  6. Nominations for the prizes shall be made in accordance with a timescale and procedures to be publicised by the Faculty.
  7. The prizes will be awarded by the Faculty on the recommendation of a selection panel comprising the Associate Dean (Postgraduate Research Students); another Associate Dean of the Faculty and a representative of the School Director of Postgraduate Research within the Faculty of Arts and Humanities.
  8. If no nominees are judged by the selection panel to be of sufficient merit, the prizes shall not be awarded. If more than two nominees are judged to be of equal and sufficient merit, the prizes may be shared.

Download a nomination form for the above prizes [Word Doc, 105Kb].

£200


Faculty of Arts and Humanities: Student Article Prize

Rules

  1. There shall be a prize awarded in 2010-11 funded by the Faculty of Arts and Humanities to be known as the Faculty of Arts and Humanities: Student Article Prize.
  2. The prize is to be awarded to the best paper published by a postgraduate research student.
  3. The value of the prize shall be £200.
  4. Postgraduate research students currently registered in the Faculty of Arts and Humanities, who have a satisfactory progress record, who are on course to complete their degree within the prescribed time period and who, during the course of their current studies, have been the first author of a paper that has been published, are eligible to be nominated by students registered in the Faculty and by staff within the Faculty.
  5. The prize shall be awarded having regard to the quality and originality of the research; its importance to both the immediate and to the wider research community; its potential importance to the wider research community in terms of public engagement; and its potential to generate future research.
  6. Nominations for the prize shall be made in accordance with a timescale and procedures to be publicised by the Faculty.
  7. The prize will be awarded by the Faculty on the recommendation of a selection panel comprising the Associate Dean (Postgraduate Research Students); another Associate Dean of the Faculty and a representative of the School Director of Postgraduate Research within the Faculty of Arts and Humanities.
  8. If no nominees are judged by the selection panel to be of sufficient merit, the prizes shall not be awarded. If more than two nominees are judged to be of equal and sufficient merit, the prizes may be shared.

Download a nomination form for the above prizes [Word Doc, 105Kb].

£200


Faculty of Arts and Humanities: Public Engagement Prize

Rules

  1. There shall be a prize awarded in 2010-11 funded by the Faculty of Arts and Humanities to be known as the Faculty of Arts and Humanities: Public Engagement Prize.
  2. The prize is to recognise the many ways in which postgraduate research students in the arts and humanities increasingly engage with the public.
  3. The value of the prize shall be £200.
  4. Postgraduate research students currently registered in the Faculty of Arts and Humanities, who have a satisfactory progress record, who are on course to complete their degree within the prescribed time period and who, during the course of their current studies, have undertaken public engagement in research work.
  5. The prize shall be awarded having regard to the nominees' initiative in finding opportunities to take part in public engagement in research work; their commitment to public engagement work; the training that they have undertaken to improve their public engagement skills; their communication skills; and user appreciation.
  6. Nominations for the prize shall be made in accordance with a timescale and procedures to be publicised by the Faculty.
  7. The prize will be awarded by the Faculty on the recommendation of a selection panel comprising the Associate Dean (Postgraduate Research Students); another Associate Dean of the Faculty and a representative of the School Director of Postgraduate Research within the Faculty of Arts and Humanities.
  8. If no nominees are judged by the selection panel to be of sufficient merit, the prizes shall not be awarded. If more than two nominees are judged to be of equal and sufficient merit, the prizes may be shared.

Download a nomination form for the above prizes [Word Doc, 105Kb].

£200