Staff from the The Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies have enjoyed success at the Edinburgh University Students’ Association (EUSA) Teaching Awards.

EUSA winners
Darren Shaw, Jenna Richardson and Yolanda Martinez-Pereira.

Top teachers

  • 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.

Numerous nominations

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.

 

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