Information about the educational award
Uppsala University awards pedagogical prizes for outstanding achievements in education at undergraduate and graduate level.
Five prizes, each worth SEK 20,000, are awarded annually in November.
Four of the prizes are aimed at teachers in the fields:
- Theology, Humanities and Education,
- Law and social sciences,
- Medicine and Pharmacy,
- Mathematics, science and technology
The fifth prize is awarded for educational efforts in a special priority area for the year and is called the Free Prize. In 2023, the priority area is "Creative pedagogy".
See the link for more information, including criteria for the 2023 Free Prize.
How to nominate?
The deadline for nominations for the 2023 Award is 10 March 2023. The 2023 Award winner will be announced at the end of May 2023. The winners will receive the award in autumn 2023.
In order to select the winners, we need to know how your candidate works in the different nomination categories below. It is not compulsory to fill in all sections, but the more detailed your nomination, the better the basis for the work of the evaluation panel.
Nominate for the Pedagogical Prize
Statement on the occasion of the anniversary of the invasion of Ukraine
A year has passed since Russia's last invasion of Ukraine. Uppsala Student Union therefore writes a statement in support of the Ukrainian people, a total withdrawal of Russian troops and more solidarity efforts to make both a reality. We also urge all Uppsala students to attend the anniversary demonstration, which will take place outside the University House at 4pm, on 24 February.
Bicycle stands at Fyrisån: The Student Union's voice is heard!
Uppsala Student Union has through a series of debate posts fought to keep bike racks at Norrlands nation and outside Campus Gamla torget. We have been able to show that there is a majority in the municipality that agrees that bike racks should be prioritized over car traffic in central Uppsala. The following blog post summarises the reporting and debate on bicycle stands along the Fyrisån in central Uppsala