We are delighted to announce that our very own Professor Paul Cobley won the ‘Outstanding Student Feedback’ award at the MDXSU Student-Led Teaching Awards.
Middlesex Students’ Union (MDXSU) is dedicated to celebrating the incredible work of staff members from across the University. The Student-Led Teaching Awards (SLTAs) exist to recognise and celebrate the hard work of our amazing teaching and support staff at Middlesex University.
These awards are student-led; staff are nominated by students at Middlesex, with the final shortlist and winners being decided by a panel of students and elected student representatives.
As the awards are awarded on the strength of the student citation(s), there can be no better feedback on Paul’s feedback.
When we do eventually return to campus MDXSU Student Officers will be visiting Paul in person to deliver the appropriate certificates and awards. You can find the full shortlist on our website here.
MDXSU Awards celebrate the trailblazing students at Middlesex University and this year BA English students won the double! The entire English subject area couldn’t be prouder.
The annual MDXSU awards – in their fifth year – are Middlesex Students’ Union’s way of celebrating the work and achievements of Middlesex University students over the past year, and recognising the contribution they have made to the university, the community and the lives of their fellow students.
Student Voice Leader of the Year
- Fazila Shaikh
- Florentina-Daniela Bonghene
- Kristian Karvay
- Melissa Nabre
Melissa Nabre (BA English)
“Melissa has been really engaged with the role is year – chairing the Programme Voice Group, which meant students are really at the heart of decisions made about the programme. Melissa ensured lots of changes are made at a programme level but also have been involved in other activities throughout MDXSU. She has successfully passed policy through the Student Leaders’ Conference which means self-defence classes will be available for all genders, supported some of the full-time officer campaigns and even had time be on the POW! Committee.”
Super POW!er of the Year
- Ahmad Jolghazi
- Gytis Kezys
- Katya Turikova
- Natalie Rose
Natalie Rose (BA English)
“Natalie Rose has shown incredible passion, motivation and commitment this year, volunteering her time over several Freshers’ events and being active in committee meetings throughout the year. Natalie has shown great vision for her area of POW!, and her enthusiasm in turning this idea into reality. The panel felt that the POW! News platform would be nowhere without Natalie’s efforts.”
Huge congratulations to those shortlisted or won an award this year!
Read the full results at .