SLTA: Winners announced!

SU Student-Led Teaching Awards. Winners announced

We’re delighted to announce the winners of the 2023 Cambridge SU Student-Led Teaching Awards, following last night’s ceremony. 

The SLTAs exist to reward outstanding teaching and student support across Cambridge. This year we received over 400 nominations, which truly is a testament to all the amazing work done by our staff and clearly demonstrates the gratitude felt by students. 

The shortlist and winners were decided by panels of students, who generously gave up their time for the heartwarming task of reading through all the nominations and the very difficult task of selecting the standout individuals. Winners and highly commended in each of the nine categories were announced last night at a ceremony held at St Barnabas Church.

The 2023 Student-Led Teaching Award winners are: 


Small-Group Teaching (Science & Technology)

Winner - Elizabeth Harper 

Highly commended - Angkur Shaikeea


Small-Group Teaching (Arts, Humanities & Social Science)

Winner - Stefania Costea 

Highly commended - Deborah Bowman


Inclusive Practice

Winner- Mark Wills

Highly commended - Nadira Auty


Student Support (Academic Staff)

Winner - Hayat Muhammad

Highly commended- Louise Joy


Innovative Teaching

Winner - Gavin Stevenson

Highly commended- María Noriega-Sánchez


Postgraduate Research Supervisor of the Year

Winner- Simon Deakin

Highly commended- Claire White


Lecturer of the Year (All Subjects)

Winner - Catherine Barnard

Highly commended- Eimear Dunne


Student Support (Non-Academic Staff) 

Winner - Viviane Carvalho-da-Annunciação

Highly commended - Lindsay Jones


Student Partnership and Empowerment 

Winner - Maureen Hackett

Highly commended - Hugo Bromley


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