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Four MPLS staff, including three in the Department of Computer Science, have won awards in the yearly student-led Teaching Awards run by OUSU. They are:

Best Support Staff: Maureen York (Computer Science)

Outstanding Graduate Supervisor: Laura Herz (Physics)

Most Acclaimed Lecturer: Ian Horrocks (Computer Science)

Outstanding Tutor: Andrew Kerr (Computer Science)

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