Teaching Prize to Tina Søreide

23 June 2017 09:32

Teaching Prize to Tina Søreide

The Master's Students' Prize for Excellence in Teaching was awarded to Professor Tina Søreide for her work, especially in her course in Corruption - Incentives, Disclosure and Liability. She shows outstanding knowledge and enthusiasm for her topic, and conveys this to her students in an exemplary way.

Photo: NHHS/Niusha Baradaran
Photo: NHHS/Niusha Baradaran

"Further, she shows dedication through bringing in skilled guest lecturers and organizing excursions for her students to get hands-on experience within the field of corruption. Finally, Professor Søreide shows great care and devotion to her students, and shows a continuous effort in improving her course and the students' learning outcome." 

The prize is awarded as a recognition of the effort made in improving the quality of teaching at the Master level at NHH. It is awarded by the Student Association's Academic Council annually to an individual who is considered to have made an extraordinary effort in teaching throughout the academic year.

Tina Søreide received the prize at the graduation seremony on 16 June 2017.

Read more about the course Corruption - Incentives, Disclosure and Liability.

PREVIOUS AWARD WINNERS

2016: Francisco Santos 
2015: Karin Thorburn
2014: Linda Nøstbakken
2013: Hans Jarle Kind
2012: Karl Ove Aarbu
2011: Stig Tenold
2010: Lasse Lien
2009: Ola Grytten
2008: Øystein Thøgersen

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