School of Social Sciences Excellence in Teaching Award

Dr Ana Elizabeth Bastida, CEPMLP Senior Lecturer in Mining Law and Sustainable Resource Governance, has been awarded the prestigious School of Social Sciences award for Excellence in Teaching. The prize recognises her contributions to innovative practice within her discipline and the design and implementation of creative solutions, thereby enhancing the student learning experience.

Elizabeth has long been teaching on the law and governance framework for mining and minerals from international and comparative perspectives, and leads an always evolving programme on this discipline that is fully embedded in research and aims at supporting students to develop their skills for problem-solving; for working in multidisciplinary teams and for shaping up collaborative governance structures.

Photo shows L-R: Elizabeth Bastida; John Rowan, Dean of the School of Social Sciences; Graham Hutton, Associate Dean Learning and Teaching; Peter Cameron, CEPMLP Director and Janeth Warden-Fernandez, Learning and Teaching Lead for CEPMLP