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 Award Committee

  • Olivier Sykes, CHAIR, Department of Geography and Planning, University of Liverpool, UK
  • Aoife Doyle, Young Academics Network, School of Spatial Planning, Dublin Institute of Technology, Ireland
  • Konstantinos Lalenis, Department of Planning and Regional Development, Faculty of Engineering, University of Thessaly, Greece
  • 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

The ETA Chair on behalf of AESOP wishes to express a word of gratitude to Kristina Grange who have been working in the Committee since 2015 and has now stepped down.

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.

AESOP Excellence in Teaching Prize 2011

Published at: 9 July 2011

Joanne Tippett, School of Environment and Development of the University of Manchester, for the Settlement Project module;
and
Frank Moulaert and colleagues, ASRO Department of the KU Leuven, for the coordination of the European Module in the Spatial Development Planning Network.

AESOP Excellence in Teaching Prize - 2011

Published at: 1 January 2011

Application deadline May 15, 2011The 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.

AESOP Excellence in Teaching Prize - 2010

Published at: 31 December 2010

The winner of Excellence in Teaching Prize 2010 is:Konstantinos Lalenisfor his course“Planning Interventions for the 2013 Mediterranean Games in...

AESOP Excellence in Teaching Prize - 2009

Published at: 24 May 2009

Winner of the 2009 AESOP Excellence in Teaching Prize:
The winning course is a collaboration between the Institut de Gèoarchitecture at...

AESOP Excellence in Teaching Prize - 2008

Published at: 24 May 2008

2008 AESOP PRIZE FOR
EXCELLENCE IN TEACHING
Bridging the Gap, Building the Bridge:
The Mediating Role of Planning Theory and Practice

The...

AESOP Excellence in Teaching Prize - 2007

Published at: 31 December 2007

The AESOP prize for Excellence in Teaching 2007 has been rewarded to:The Faculty of Urban and Regional PlanningIUAV, University of Venice,...

AESOP Excellence in Teaching Prize - 2006

Published at: 31 December 2006

Winner of the 2006 AESOP Excellence in Teaching Prize:
Sustainable Development in the Urban Region in Germany and the US:Dresden and Columbus as...