Lecturer of the Year and Early Career Researcher successes for SLSJ at Staff Awards 2022
The School of Law and Social Justice is delighted that two of its academics won prestigious prizes at this year's Staff Awards, which took place at World Museum Liverpool.
Dr Gemma Ahearne, Lecturer in Sociology, Social Policy and Criminology (SSPC), won Best Paper Prize and Lecturer of the Year.
And Dr Katy Roscoe, Leverhulme Early Career Fellow (also in SSPC), won the Alan Beeston Early Career Researcher of the Year.
Dr Gemma Ahearne, Lecturer, School of Law and Social Justice - winner of Lecturer of the Year 2022.
Photograph courtesy Gemma Ahearne's Twitter account: @princessjack
"It is a dream to have won these awards, from someone who dropped out of University of Liverpool, to Lecturer of the Year. I am grateful to have supportive students and colleagues across the university. Thank you to all who share a vision for widening participation and innovative pedagogy." - Dr Gemma Ahearne
Dr Katherine Roscoe, School of Law and Social Justice - winner of the Alan Beeston Early Career Researcher of the Year 2022.
Photograph courtesy Katy Roscoe's Twitter account: @KatyARoscoe
Find out more
The University of Liverpool Staff Awards 2022:
University Staff can also read more about the winners and their work on the Staff Intranet:
- Read about the Staff Awards 2022 in 'Our Workplace and Community' (log-in required)