Following a great response and attendance last year, nominations are now open for the 2014 Last Lecture Award.
The Last Lecture Award is designed to recognise our most inspirational and knowledgeable academics, and to hear their take on the question: If this was your last chance to address a group of students, what would you say to them?
Academics from all sub-disciplines within psychology, with any amount of teaching and research experience, are eligible. So, if you are interested in hearing how they would answer this question, please nominate them.
Please note that the winner will be selected based on the number of votes AND their nomination comments. A panel of students representing different disciplines will then read through the nominations to determine the winner. The panel will also take into account the amount of student and staff exposure each nominee has when assessing the number of votes. So, please remember to vote AND provide a comment regarding why you selected that person, as both are equally important.
The winning staff member will present a 1 hour talk working from the premise that this would be the last time they would ever address a group of students. All staff and students will be invited to attend the last lecture and award presentation.
We would love to have as many nominations as possible, so get voting!