Two NUI Galway Lecturers Recognised with National Teaching Award

NUI Galway's Dr Karen Doyle and Dr Michel Dugon
Dec 22 2015 Posted: 14:33 GMT

Ireland’s National Awards Honour the Best Higher Education Teachers in the Country

Tuesday, 22 December, 2015: Two NUI Galway Lecturers were among 16 higher education staff representing eleven different institutions recognised as exemplifying excellence in teaching at the National Forum for the Enhancement of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education Award ceremony, which took place in Dublin recently.

The NUI Galway winners were Dr Karen Doyle, Lecturer in Physiology and Principal Investigator with the Galway Neuroscience Centre, and Dr Michel Dugon, Postdoctoral Researcher in Zoology.

Institutionally-led, and established to identify exceptional teachers who focus on learning impact, the 2015 experts have been identified from a wide range of disciplines. They show that brilliant teaching is a complex challenge, involving a mix of high-level subject expertise, a strong focus on students and innovative approaches to teaching in a world that is increasingly digital.

In announcing the awardees, Dr Terry Maguire, Director of the National Forum said: “The National Forum is committed to learning from and very proud to showcase the valuable impact that these exceptional teachers are having on student learning throughout Ireland’s higher education sector.”


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