Staff from the The Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies have enjoyed success at the Edinburgh University Students’ Association (EUSA) Teaching Awards.
- Jenna Richardson, lecturer and clinician in rabbit, exotic animal and wildlife medicine and surgery, won the EUSA Best Teacher Award for Teaching in Veterinary Sciences.
- Yolanda Martinez-Pereira, lecturer in cardiopulmonary medicine, was runner-up in the EUSA Best Teacher Award for Teaching in Veterinary Sciences.
- Darren Shaw, senior lecturer in veterinary clinical epidemiology, was runner-up in the Best Personal Tutor Award.
Now in their ninth year, the awards – the first of their kind in the UK – celebrate the best contributions to the student experience made by teaching and support staff.
More than 2,400 nominations were received from students for this year’s awards, with winner selected by a student panel.