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CIP Director commended for teaching excellence

last modified May 10, 2016 11:04 AM
On Thursday 5 May, CIP Director Dr Ankur Barua was awarded two commendations from the CUSU Student-Led Teaching Awards. He was recognised for his brilliant work both as a Lecturer and a Supervisor.

The Cambridge University Students' Union (CUSU) Student-Led Teaching Awards are a unique opportunity for students to recognise the exceptional contribution those who teach and support them have made to their education. The Awards are organised by CUSU, and any student at Cambridge is able to nominate. The judging of the Awards is carried out by a panel of students.

The Awards and Commendations were presented at a ceremony at which students and staff celebrated the excellent teaching and student support which takes place everyday across the Collegiate University. We are delighted that Ankur has been recognised - particularly given that over 700 nominations were received in total - and offer him our warmest congratulations.

Find out more about the awards and the other winners.

Read more about Ankur's work.

Discover Ankur's recent blog article on interreligious friendship.

 

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