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Eivind Kahrs & Tony Brinkman win CUSU TEA Awards

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Eivind Kahrs & Tony Brinkman win CUSU TEA Awards

Tony Brinkman with his award

Eivind Kahrs & Tony Brinkman win CUSU TEA Awards

Dr Eivind Kahrs, Reader in Sanskrit, and Mr Tony Brinkman, the Faculty's custodian, have both been voted to receive CUSU Teaching Excellence Awards.

These awards celebrate excellent teaching and student engagement. Students have the opportunity to nominate lecturers, supervisors, administrators and other staff who were exemplary teachers and mentors.

They received their awards at a ceremony held in the University Combination Room on Friday, 9th May.

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