Excellence in Teaching Prize

The award’s purpose is to encourage planning schools to apply new pedagogical approaches, technologies and learning techniques in ways which enhance the theories, knowledge and skills necessary for good planning practice. The award provides an important opportunity to disseminate new and high quality teaching practices among European planning schools.

Excellence in Teaching Prize Committee

  • Olivier Sykes, CHAIR, Department of Geography and Planning, University of Liverpool, UK
  • Dana Sheva, Young Academics Network
  • Konstantinos Lalenis, Department of Planning and Regional Development, Faculty of Engineering, University of Thessaly, Greece
  • Kristina Grange, Department of Landscape Architecture and Spatial Planning, Norwegian University of Life Sciences, Aas, Norway
  • Maria Håkansson, Urban Planning and Environment, KTH – Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden
  • Maros Finka, Department of Spatial Planning, Institute of Management, Slovak University of Technology, Slovakia
  • Valeria Fedeli, Department of Architecture and Urban Studies, Polytechnic of Milan, Italy
  • Xavier Desjardins, Université de Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne, France

Chair of the Committe on behalf of AESOP wishes to express a word of gratitude to Andrea Frank and Francesco Lo Piccolo who have been working in the Committee for many years and stepped down in July 2013.


Chair of the Committe on behalf of AESOP wishes to express a word of gratitude to Lia Vasconcelos who have been working as a Chair of the Committee and stepped down in July 2015 and Roar Adam who have been working in the Committee for many years.

AESOP Excellence in Teaching Award 2016

Published at: 13 July 2016

AESOP Excellence in Teaching Award 2016

Innovative Approaches to Interdisciplinarity in Planning Education
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Building Capacity to Respond to Interconnected Contemporary Planning Challenges

We are pleased to annouce that this year's AESOP Excellence in Teaching Award goes to:
Marco Cremaschi
for the course
Practical Plans: global migrants and local development in Lampedusa
run at the
Urban School, SciencesPo, Paris


On behalf of the AESOP Community, we would like to congratulate the winner and to thank Olivier Sykes (Chair) and the whole Award Committee for all their dedicated and generous work in selecting the courses/programmes.

2016 AESOP AWARD FOR EXCELLENCE IN TEACHING

Published at: 7 April 2016

Innovative Approaches to Interdisciplinarity in Planning Education - Building Capacity to Respond to Interconnected Contemporary Planning Challenges 


Applications are open

AESOP Excellence in Teaching Award 2015

Published at: 18 July 2015

AESOP Excellence in Teaching Award 2015
New Responses to a World of Growing Uncertainty: New Approaches to Planning Education
goes to:
Francesca Cognetti

for the course
Mapping San Siro Lab
run at
Politecnico di Milano – School of Architecture and Society, Department of Architecture and Urban Studies

The AESOP Community warmly congratulates the author.

AESOP Excellence in Teaching Award 2014

Published at: 13 July 2014

AESOP Excellence in Teaching Award 2014 goes to
OLIVIER SYKES
for the course INTERNATIONAL PLANNING STUDIES (ENVS378)
run at the UNIVERSITY OF LIVERPOOL (CIVIC DESIGN)

AESOP comminity wishes to congratulate Olivier Sykes, who has won the prize for the second time!

AESOP Excellence in Teaching Award 2014

Published at: 22 February 2014

2014 AESOP PRIZE FOR
EXCELLENCE IN TEACHING
New Responses to (Global) Changes in Time of Crisis: New Approaches to Planning Education

AIM OF...

2013 AESOP EXCELLENCE IN TEACHING AWARD TO Camilla Perrone

Published at: 22 July 2013

AESOP Excellence in Teaching Award 2013 went to
CAMILLA PERRONE
University of Florence, Urban and Regional Planning Department
for the course
LIVING LANDSCAPES (LANDSCAPES FOR LIVING): POLICIES, PRCTICES, IMAGES.

The Award Committee and the whole AESOP community wishes to congratulate Camilla Perrone, teaching staff and students attending the course on their remarkable work.

2013 AESOP PRIZE FOR EXCELLENCE IN TEACHING

Published at: 3 March 2013

2013 AESOP PRIZE FOR

EXCELLENCE IN TEACHING

 

Responses to global changes: new approaches to planning education

APPLICATION FOR THE PRIZE IS OPEN.

2012 Excellence in Teaching Award to Anlı Ataöv (METU, Ankara)

Published at: 16 July 2012

AESOP is happy to award the Excellence in Teaching Prize 2012 to the Department of City and Regional Planning of the Middle East Technical University, Ankara.

We would like to congratulate Anlı Ataöv and his colleagues: Duygu Cihanger, Funda Erkal and Ender Peker who are the 2012 winners for the course “Planning Studio”.  This award recognises the important contribution the course makes through its critical and constructive approach to planning teaching as an instrument for achieving local responses to the global issues in such difficult times.