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Prof Maike Glitsch receives an OUSU Teaching Award in the Outsanding Tutor MSD category.

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Congratulation to Prof Maike Glitsch who won an award in the Outstanding Tutor MSD category!

Every year Oxford University Student Union (OUSU) runs a student led awards ceremony where excellence in teaching and support is celebrated. Individuals are nominated by students at the University and chosen by a selection panel of elected officers, academic representatives from colleges and OUSU sabbatical officers.

The award ceremony took place on Thursday 28th May 2015 at the new Weston Library.

 

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