The 2016/2017 President's Awards for Excellence in Teaching were presented in the Helix on Thursday afternoon (May 11th) with worthy recipients from across the university's schools from physical sciences to computing and open education acknowledged for their contributions.
The overall winner was Professor Patrick Flood, DCU Business School whose impressive teaching style, innovative assignments and feedback for students was highlighted as well as the high regard in which he is held nationally and internationally.
The full list of award winners are as follows:
Teaching Support Category: Patrick (Pat) Wogan, School of Physical Sciences
Team Award: General Sports Authority (GSA) Project Team - Dr Artemisa Jaramillo, Ms Caroline McGroary, Ms Rhea George, Ms Mary Finnegan, Dr Michele Lundy, Ms Ieva Masevic, Ms Justina Setkute, Ms Raja Clouse, Dr Ann Largey, Dr Audrey Nicholls, Dr Anne Morrissey
Distinctive Approaches to Teaching: Dr John Buckley, School of Theology, Philosophy and Music
Distinctive Approaches to Assessment & Feedback Dr Dónal Mulligan, School of Communications
Distinctive Innovation in Teaching Charlie Daly, School of Computing
New Lecturer/Tutor Category Orna Farrell, Open Education
Congratulations to all of this year's recipients.
Pictured above: L-R Dr Mark Glynn, Professor Brian MacCraith, Dr Dónal Mulligan, Pat Wogan, Dr John Buckley, Professor Patrick Flood, Charlie Daly, Deirdre O'Reilly and Anne-Marie Caherty (representing the GSA Project Team), Orna Farrell, Billy Kelly and Professor Eithne Guilfoyle