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Education Award 2021 Faculty of Humanities

After an unusual and almost entirely digital year, the Faculty of Humanities will once again be hosting the Education Award, in which a course is chosen for its innovative qualities or in which inspiring teaching methods are used.

Important dates Education Award 2021

30 April Course nomination deadline
Week of 24 May Announcement of the six nominated courses, voting starts for Audience Award
10 June Presentations and award ceremony of the Education Award 2021

How to nominate

All employees and students of the Faculty were able to propose one or more courses for nomination for the Education Award 2021. The nomination deadline was 30 April. In the week of 24 May, the six courses that the jury has selected from all of the nominated courses will be announced.

Members of the jury and audience award

The jury of 2021 consists of:

Sabine van Wesemael - Director Graduate School of Humanities (chair)
Judith Noorman - winner Education Award 2020 (jury and audience award)
Gerwin van der Pol - Teaching & Learning Centre (TLC) FGw
Liesje Verhave - student member of the Faculty Student Council (FSR) FGw 20/21


Six nominees will be chosen from all submissions. These six nominees will make a short video in which they will promote their course. These videos will subsequently be published on the Education Award website. The jury will choose the Education Award winner from these six nominees.

An Audience Award will also be handed out. Everyone will be able to vote for the six nominees via this website. The course that gets the most votes will win.

How will the jury determine who wins the Education Award?

The jury will choose six courses from all nominations. During the award ceremony on 10 June, the lecturers of the six nominated courses will present their course to the public and the jury. Subsequently, after a short deliberation, the jury will announce the winning course. The jury will explain its choice in a report. The winner will receive a cheque worth €1000 from the Dean of the Faculty of Humanities, Prof. Fred Weerman.