Important dates Education Award 2022
|2 June||Course nomination deadline|
|10 June||Announcement of the five nominated courses|
|16 June||Voting starts for Audience Award|
|30 June, 16:00||Award ceremony|
Five courses are on the shortlist of this year's award:
- Anglo-Saxon England: Language and Society (Bachelor's English Language and Culture) - Robert Cloutier
- The Climate Emergency. The History of a Crisis (Bachelor's History) - Peter van Dam
- European Politics Simulation Exercise (Bachelor's European Studies) - Andrew Telford
- Hoe genocide begint. Vervolging, massamoord, genocide in vergelijkend perspectief (Bachelor's History) – Uğur Ümit Üngör
- Taalvaardigheid Duits 1-4 (Bachelor's German Studies) - Roswitha Dickens en Britta Bendieck
All students and staff members of the Faculty of Humanities were able to nominate a course for the Education Award 2022. In total, more than 30 courses were nominated.
Members of the jury and Audience Award
The jury of 2022 consists of:
- Carlos Reijnen - director College of Humanities (chair)
- Imogen Cohen - winner of the Education Award 2021
- Wilma Maljaars - coordinator diagnostic test academic writing
- Froukje Vroom - student member of the Faculty Board
This year there will also be an Audience Award. Everyone can vote for one of the nominated courses. The course with the most votes wins the Audience Award. The lecturers will make videos introducing their nominated course to the public.
During the award ceremony on Thursday, 30 June 2022 (from 15:30) in VOX-POP the jury will announce the winning course. The winner will receive a cheque for €1000 from the Dean, Marieke de Goede. The winner of the Audience Award will also be announced during the ceremony.