NUA shortlisted twice in Times Higher Education Awards 2019
Norwich University of the Arts has been shortlisted twice for this year’s “Oscars” of higher education, the Times Higher Awards.
BA (Hons) Games Art & Design Lecturer Sharon Tolaini-Sage is a finalist for the Most Innovative Teacher Award, which will recognise “the academic whose imagination and passion have transformed a course and inspired students”.
NUA is also a finalist in the Outstanding Student Support category, which “will be given to the UK institution that helps students to gain the maximum benefit from their study”.
The winners will be announced at an awards ceremony in London on November 28.
"We’re delighted to be finalists for the Outstanding Student Support Award; it is welcome recognition of the emphasis everyone at NUA puts on building a positive experience our students. It’s fantastic to see Sharon Tolaini-Sage recognised for her outstanding teaching and innovative thinking about how to engage students and encourage them to do their very best work."
Professor John Last, Vice-Chancellor