Double Award for Old Member
Prof. Colin Reid (1976 Law) of Dundee Law School is celebrating two awards marking his success in both teaching and research.
At the graduation ceremony on 22 June he was awarded a Chancellor’s Award for Teaching Excellence, one of a handful awarded by the University each year to acknowledge and reward senior teachers for outstanding achievement in contributions to teaching over a significant period of time. In more than 25 years at the University of Dundee Prof. Reid has provided well-received teaching across a very wide range of subjects at all levels and been heavily involved in the processes for developing learning and teaching and for quality assurance which have helped Dundee Law School to be the highest ranked in Scotland on measures that take account of the student experience.
He has also been awarded the 2016 Willoughby Prize by the trustees of the Energy, Petroleum, Mineral & Natural Resources Law and Policy Education Trust. The annual prize is for the author of an article of outstanding merit published in the Journal of Energy and Natural Resources Law and was awarded for his article, “Brexit and the future of UK environmental law”, which explores some of the consequences of the UK leaving the European Union.
Published: 26 June 2017
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