The winning team with Penelope Marshall-Kalina, Barry Marshall-Kalina, Peter Ashfield, Paul McKeown and Janet Chettle were recognised for their positive contributions to the academic experience, through assessment and feedback practices, innovative teaching methods and responsiveness with students.
BA Business Foundation Course leader Penelope Marshall-Kalina, said: “I was honoured to be presented by the Students’ Union, with a ‘Golden Roses Award’ for the best course team in the University and I would like to thank my students for taking the time and effort to highlight the effectiveness of this course and the passion of all members of the course team.”
The 4th annual Golden Roses teaching awards, organised by UCLan Students’ Union, had received 1393 nominations which stood to reason that students recognise the hard work that academic and professional service staff put in.
The event was a resounding success and gathered a large crowd of academics, students and members of support staff to celebrate the achievements. Among all nominations received, LBS was shortlisted four times including University Service for the School office; the School of the Year; Lifetime Achievement for Services to Students to John Wilson and Best Course Team of the Year Award alongside the winning course team, students also nominated BA Marketing course.
Dean of LBS Dharma Kovvuri said: “I’m extremely proud that the Business School received four nominations in the SU awards. It is particularly pleasing as the nominations came from our students.
“Congratulations to the BA Business Foundation team for winning the Course Team category. It’s important to offer access courses such as this and the award is testimony to the fantastic support provided by the course team to help aspiring students succeed. “
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