Tuesday 17 March 2015 9:34am
CTCR researcher Dr Roslyn Kemp was recognised by the University of Otago with an award for excellence in teaching. We heartily congratulate Ros on her success!
Dr Kemp received her award for "innovative and creative teaching of immunology, and providing a safe and supportive environment for learning and communicating science".
University of Otago Vice-Chancellor Professor Harlene Hayne warmly congratulated this year’s distinguished Otago teachers, all of whom have been strongly commended by their supervisors and Heads of Department.
“As these awards once again prove, Otago is the home of outstanding teachers who are driven by their commitment to excellence in teaching.
“To win this award, each has demonstrated that they are an inspiration to both their fellow colleagues, and their students. The standard they consistently set themselves is always very high indeed and I wholeheartedly endorse their selection.”
Read more in the news stories:
- Recognition for outstanding University of Otago teachers 3 March 2015, University of Otago website
- Academics win awards 7 March 2015, Otago Daily Times website
From left: Associate Professor Jacinta Ruru, Dr Ros Kemp, Vice-Chancellor Professor Harlene Hayne, Associate Professor Christine Jasoni and Dr Rachel Zajac. Photo: Sharron Bennett.