Teaching Award 2 Teaching Award 1

I was proud to win the EUSA Teaching award for 'Best Course' in University of Edinburgh in 2018–19 for my course 'Ethics of Artificial Intelligence'.

Teaching award nominations

Best Course x 14 — winner of ‘Best Course’ award
Best Teacher x 2
2018–19
Best Course x 5
Best Teacher x 1
Best Practice in Inclusive Learning and Teaching x 1
Best Supervisor x 1
2017–18
Best Teacher x 5 2016–17
Best Course x 14 — winner of ‘Best Course’ award
Best Teacher x 2
2018–19
Best Course x 5
Best Teacher x 1
Best Practice in Inclusive Learning and Teaching x 1
Best Supervisor x 1
2017–18
Best Teacher x 5 2016–17

Courses Taught

Ethics of Artificial Intelligence UG Y4 + MSc
Rule-Following and Meaning UG Y3
Philosophy of Psychology UG Y3/4 + MSc
The Computational Mind UG Y3/4 + MSc
CogLab MSc
Philosophy dissertations UG Y4
Introduction to Mind, Language and Embodied Cognition MSc
Ethics of Artificial Intelligence UG Y4 + MSc
Rule-Following and Meaning UG Y3
Philosophy of Psychology UG Y3/4 + MSc
The Computational Mind UG Y3/4 + MSc
CogLab MSc
Philosophy dissertations UG Y4
Introduction to Mind, Language and Embodied Cognition MSc

Teaching As Part of a Team

Introduction to Cognitive Science UG Y1/2
Mind, Matter, and Language UG Y1/2
Philosophy and the Cognitive Sciences MOOC
Philosophy undergraduate dissertations UG Y4
Introduction to Cognitive Science UG Y1/2
Mind, Matter, and Language UG Y1/2
Philosophy and the Cognitive Sciences MOOC
Philosophy undergraduate dissertations UG Y4
Teaching Award 2
Teaching Award 1