Teaching Excellence Awards 2017
This year 1 Individual award was made:
Elena Chatzopoulou, Newcastle University Business School
Creative academic teaching for Marketing students: benefits from using colour, music and rewards.
Pictured, LtoR: AM Chair Anne Marie Doherty, Award recipient Elena Chatzopoulou and AMEDUC Chair Lynn Vos.
Teaching Excellence Awards 2016
This year 1 Team and 2 Individual Awards were made.
Team – Sukhbinder Barn & Mark McPherson (Team: Middlesex University Residential Field Trip), Middlesex University; Residential Marketing Fieldtrips: Adding value to post graduate education through experiential learning.
Individual – Kristine Pole, Canterbury Christ Church University, Creating a crisis communications simulation for PR students
Individual – Sukhbinder Barn, Middlesex University. Creating ‘financial’ risk in assessment design – managing and marketing student events
2015 AM Teaching Excellence Award
The Academy of Marketing is delighted to announce the winner of the 2015 AM Individual Teaching Excellence Award.The Award was presented at the Academy of Marketing Conference in Limerick in July by Lynn Vos, Chair of the AM Education Sub-Committee.
Teresa Pereira Heath of University of Nottingham for the project entitled Alice’s tea shop: using drama to encourage students’ engagement and critical thinking
2014 AM Teaching Excellence Awards
The Academy of Marketing is delighted to announce the winners of the 2014 AM Teaching Excellence Awards.The Awards were presented at the Academy of Marketing Conference in Bournemouth in July by Lynn Vos, Chair of the AM Education Sub-Committee.
Academy of Marketing Individual Teaching Excellence Award 2014
Dr Deborah Anderson, Department of Strategy, Marketing and Innovation, Kingston Business School, Kingston University
“Experts and Novices”: developing student confidence
Academy of Marketing Team Teaching Excellence Award 2014
LSBU Marketing Subject Team 2014 (Team photo credit: Tom Hall)
Marketing Subject Team, London South Bank University
Creating a ‘Give-Back’ Culture to enhance student learning and embed employability across the curriculum