OxHRH Awarded Teaching Awards Project Grant by Oxford University

by | Nov 25, 2015

The Oxford Human Rights Hub has been awarded the Teaching Awards Project Grant which recognises the excellence of the OxHRH in teaching. This is part of the Oxford University Teaching Awards

On Monday November 23, 2015 Deputy-Director Dr Meghan Campbell attended an Oxford University wide reception, where the Vice Chancellor of Oxford University recognised the recipients of the Teaching Excellence Awards and the OxTalent Awards.

The OxHRH is delighted to have won this award and will continue to develop interactive technology in order to remain an innovative and cutting-edge global forum for the exchange of human rights knowledge and experiences.

Oxford University Teaching Awards 2015 by IWPhotographic

Oxford University Teaching Awards 2015 by IWPhotographic

Oxford University Teaching Awards 2015 by IWPhotographic

Oxford University Teaching Awards 2015 by IWPhotographic

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