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Congratulations to Dr Kevin Coward, Course Director for the MSc in Clinical Embryology. He won Masters Teacher of The Year at the FindAMasters & FindAPhD’s first Postgrad Awards.

Congratulations to Dr Kevin Coward, Course Director for the MSc in Clinical Embryology. He won Masters Teacher of The Year at the FindAMasters & FindAPhD’s first Postgrad Awards.

Congratulations to Dr Kevin Coward, Course Director for the MSc in Clinical Embryology. He won Masters Teacher of The Year at the FindAMasters & FindAPhD’s first Postgrad Awards. The Awards were launched this year to reward exceptional people whose dedication, determination and passion for their work is outstanding.

Organisers of the awards – FindAUniversity – shortlisted five entries in the Masters Teacher of The Year category, all of an incredibly high standard. 

The judges said: "Kevin is a committed and passionate teacher who builds long standing relationships with his students. He creates life long impact on his students and is an innovator in learning strategy."

Kevin Teacher of The Year Award

 

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See other MSc Teaching Awards here

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