Congratulations UCLan Law on another brilliant year of nominations for the Golden Roses Awards. We have been shortlisted for a fantastic SEVEN categories!
The Golden Roses are a prestigious student-led teaching awards held by UCLan Students’ Union. The awards recognise outstanding members of staff and services across UCLan and the roles they play in both the teaching and support of students. Categories include: School of the Year, Real World Learning and Leading Equality.
In 2014, Lancashire Law School won two Golden Roses Awards, School of the Year and the Real World Learning Award for Emma McAndry. We’re thrilled to be shortlisted for so many more amazing awards this year, a huge congratulations to all our amazing staff and services here at UCLan Law!
Leading Equality Award
This award is for the member of staff who firmly considers students’ needs and makes appropriate adjustments for all students to maximise their experiences.
Real World Learning Award
This award highlights a member of staff who helps students to develop as professionals, provides opportunities for students to experience the professional environment while enhancing student employability either through their teaching or support.
Sustainable Teaching Award
This award is for the member of staff who successfully integrated the issues of sustainability into teaching, therefore promoting an understanding and awareness of social, economic and ecological well-being, now and in the future.
Postgraduate Support Award
This award recognises a staff member (or student) that has made a significant contribution to either the academic or student experience of postgraduate students, whether through assessment and feedback practices, innovative teaching methods, or by responding to students’ experiences and needs through supportive supervision.
University Service of the Year Award
This award is for the service that has made a significant positive contribution to the student experience by either maintaining a high quality of service delivery or through new innovative activities or initiatives that clearly have the students’ needs in mind.
Lancashire Law School Office
Lecturer of the Year Award
This award is for a lecturer that had made a significant contribution to the academic experience, whether through assessment and feedback practices, innovative teaching methods, responding to students’ experiences and teaching styles.
School of the Year Award
The total nominations for each school are evaluated and interpreted in order to show which school has the best provision for its students.
Lancashire Law School
A big thank you to everyone who nominated us here at UCLan Law, we can’t wait to hear the results on Tuesday 28th April!