Dr William O'Reilly (TH Fellow) and Dr Andrew Flewitt (TH 1994) awarded the Pilkington Prize
26 June 2013
Many congratulations to Dr William O’Reilly and Dr Andrew Flewitt (1994) who have been honoured in this year's Pilkington Prize Ceremony. This prestigious award honours excellence in teaching across the collegiate University. The ceremony took place on the 20 June.
The prizes are awarded annually to academic staff, with candidates nominated by Schools within the University.
The Pilkington Prizes were initiated by Sir Alastair Pilkington, the first Chairman of the Cambridge Foundation, who believed passionately that the quality of teaching was crucial to Cambridge’s success.
This year’s recipients received their awards at a ceremony attended by Vice-Chancellor Professor Sir Leszek Borysiewicz and Lord Watson of Richmond CBE, the University’s High Steward.
The prize-winners, and excerpts from their citations, are given below.
Further information appears on the Faculty websites: