Teaching Award for Kathleen Neal

Kathleen in the ruined oven of Helmsley Castle, Yorkshire.
Kathleen in the ruined oven of Helmsley Castle, Yorkshire.

Dr Kathleen Neal has been recognized by the Faculty of Arts with a Citation for Outstanding Contributions to Student Learning in 2014, with special recognition in the category of influencing, motivating and inspiring student learning. Kathleen’s approach in first year units ATS1316 (Medieval Europe) and ATS1317 (Renaissance Europe) was applauded by the award committee for integrating learning technologies into the curriculum in ways that assist students with the transition to tertiary history study. She was also congratulated for her design of online opportunities to provide a mentoring structure and discussion space for sessional staff.

The CMRS is lucky to have excellent teaching staff across its undergraduate offerings, and it’s great to see their efforts recognized beyond the Centre. Well done Kathleen!