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Teaching Excellence award for Physics lecturer

Posted on 09/07/2014
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Professor Sir Richard Trainor KBE, Principal of King's College London with Dr Jean Alexandre

Congratulations to Dr Jean Alexandre, of the Department of Physics, for winning the School of Natural and Mathematical Sciences Teaching Excellence Award 2014!

The Teaching Excellence Awards were introduced in 2002 to provide students with an opportunity to recognise teaching staff from each School. Schools may award £1,000 for teaching excellence to an individual or split it amongst two or more individuals.

Dr Jean Alexandre is no stranger to the Teaching Excellence awards having won the Teaching Excellence award several years ago and being nominated by his students every year in between.  Dr Alexandre is a theoretical physicist with outstanding enthusiasm and a flair for teaching Nuclear Physics & Statistical Mechanics.

 

 

 

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