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Wednesday 9th November 2016

100% student satisfaction for Molecular Genetics BSc

100% student satisfaction for Molecular Genetics BSc
Description
Final year undergraduate students who took part in the National Student Survey (NSS) in 2016 gave Molecular Genetics a 100% overall satisfaction rate.
Date:
09 November 2016
Monday 18th July 2016

Dr Susan Duty awarded BPS prize for teaching

Dr Susan Duty awarded BPS prize for teaching
Description
Dr Susan Duty has been recognised with the British Pharmacological Society Rang Prize for Pharmacology Teaching 2016, which rewards an individual who has made a significant contribution to Pharmacology teaching over the past 5 years.
Date:
18 July 2016
Wednesday 25th May 2016

School of Bioscience Education staff recognised for Teaching Excellence

School of Bioscience Education staff recognised for Teaching Excellence
Description
Five members of teaching staff from the School of Bioscience Education in the Faculty of Life Sciences & Medicine have won King's Teaching Excellence Awards for their contributions to taught education at the university. The awards give students the opportunity to recognise staff from each Faculty who have stood out for them as exceptional in their teaching and support.
Date:
25 May 2016
Wednesday 23rd March 2016

The Royal Society of Biology recognises academic excellence in the biosciences

The Royal Society of Biology recognises academic excellence in the biosciences
Description
The School of Bioscience Education has been awarded accreditation by the Royal Society of Biology for a number of its undergraduate programmes.
Date:
23 March 2016
Friday 11th March 2016

ABPI Celebrates King's Women

ABPI Celebrates King's Women
Description
Three King's women from past and present have been included in the Association of the British Pharmaceutical Industry's (ABPI) list of most influential female figures of the industry. Professor Jayne Lawrence, Dr Susan Standring and Rosalind Franklin appeared alongside pioneers such as Dorothy Hodgkin and Fanny Deacon.
Date:
11 March 2016
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