Dr Saralees Nadarajah wins three Education Awards
Dr Saralees Nadarajah of the Department of Mathematics has collected three prizes at the Manchester Students' Union Education Awards.
The virtual ceremony took place on 14 June 2021, and Dr Nadarajah was both victorious and shortlisted across a number of categories.
He picked up the award for exceptional feedback (one across the University), the award for outstanding postgraduate research supervision (one across the University), and the award for above and beyond (one across the University).
Of the award for exceptional feedback, it was said: "The winner received a phenomenal number of nominations for this award - and that demonstrates students' gratitude for the prompt and constructive feedback that he gives to every single individual."
For the award for outstanding postgraduate research supervision: "He is readily available and a responsive supervisor who inspires his postgraduate students to produce original research and push through any challenges they may face."
And of the award for above and beyond: "The winner epitomises the above and beyond, making himself readily available to his students and being very responsive to questions about academic or wellbeing matters."
Dr Nadarajah was also shortlisted for the award for inclusive teaching practice (one of three across the University), and the award for commitment to student partnership (one of three across the University).
In addition, Dr Simon Cotter and Dr Neil Morrison - also of the Department of Mathematics - were shortlisted for the awards for innovative teaching practice and excellent support staff respectively.
Congratulations to Drs Nadarajah, Cotter and Morrison!