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Exeter Teaching Awards Winner

We're proud to announce that Classics and Ancient History won ‘Subject with the Best Research Community’ at the Exeter Teaching Awards 2011.

While Universities across the country are trying to prove the quality of their teaching, the excellence of the lecturers and support staff at Exeter was celebrated recently at the Student Guild’s annual teaching awards.

The winners were selected by students in a survey organised by the University of Exeter Students’ Guild. The awards ceremony formally recognises outstanding teaching and support at the University.

Bertie Archer, The University of Exeter Students’ Guild, Education Officer, said, “The Teaching Awards are about recognising, celebrating and promoting excellent teaching. This is the students’ way of saying thank you-to those staff who go above and beyond what is expected of them.”

Find out more about the College awards, runners up and nominations.

For the full list of awards read the University news story.

Date: 9 May 2011

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