Along with the exciting news that Ede & Ravenscroft have kindly offered to sponsor the Association of National Teaching Fellows 10th Annual Symposium, we have received a number of photographs of fellows looking rather wonderful in their robes on graduation days and other ceremonial occasions.
First up! Dr Marina Orsini-Jones.
Here is Marina in her Ede and Ravenscroft’s Coventry University PhD gown. Marina is currently Principal Lecturer and Coordinator of the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Network in the Faculty of Business, Environment and Society at Coventry University. She received her National Teaching Fellowship award in 2013.
Dr Marina Orsini-Jones (Robes: PhD, Coventry University)
Next up! Dr Jo Brown.
Jo is a Reader in Medical Education at St George’s, University of London. Jo is photographed here with colleagues also in their Ede & Ravenscroft gowns, alongside a picture of Jo in action teaching third year medical students. Jo received her National Teaching Fellowship award in 2012. Jo’s robes represent her EdD (Doctorate in Education) awarded at the Institute of Education, University College London.
Dr Jo Brown (left) and colleagues (St Georges, University of London) (Jo’s Robes: EdD, University College London)
Dr Jo Brown and a class of medical students (St George’s)
And finally! Dr David Evans, University of Greenwich.
David was awarded his National Teaching Fellowship in 2014 and here he is photographed with Baroness Joyce Gould (both in the gold robes of Greenwich) when she received her honorary doctorate for her work in sexual health, and that was part of David’s “claim for excellence” for the NTF. Also photographed is Prof. Elizabeth Meerabeau (then the Dean of Health, red robes) and the Vice Chancellor of Greenwich University.
David is a Senior Lecturer in Sexual Health
at the University of Greenwich.
Dr David Evans (left), Prof Elizabeth Meerabeau (then the Dean of Health), Baroness Joyce Gould and Vice Chancellor of Greenwich University
Finally, here is David demonstrating the robustness of Ede & Ravenscroft hats, which it must be said, probably take quite a bashing at graduation time.
David Evans (demonstrating the robustness of Ede & Ravenscroft hats).