2019 Winners: Collaborative Award for Teaching Excellence

2019 teaching excellence award winners unveiled
Fifty-four new National Teaching Fellows and 15 winning teams in the Collaborative Award for Teaching Excellence are announced by Advance HE today (5 August).

The National Teaching Fellowship Scheme (NTFS) and the Collaborative Award for Teaching Excellence (CATE) showcase the outstanding impact of individuals and teams who teach or support learning in UK higher education, recognising their success and providing a platform to share the learning from their practice

Alison Johns, Advance HE’s chief executive, said, “Congratulations to all our 2019 winners of these two prestigious, national awards.

“Becoming a National Teaching Fellow or winning CATE team is a huge achievement. It can be truly life-changing. Creating ambassadors for innovative and impactful teaching who are valued by institutions and colleagues, and who can set in motion change and enhancements to make a really positive impact on student experience and outcomes across their institution and beyond.

“Advance HE looks forward to working with the winners to help to disseminate their work for the benefit of all.”

Dr Ben Calvert, Deputy Vice-Chancellor at the University of South Wales and Chair of the 2019 Teaching Excellence Awards Advisory Panel, said, “These awards really are the pinnacle of reward and recognition in teaching and learning.

“The 2019 winners are rightly proud of their achievements and I am sure they will continue to share their knowledge as individuals and teams so that their institutions, colleagues and the wider higher education sector can benefit from their expertise.”

Winners will receive their awards at a special ceremony on 16 October in Manchester.

2019 CATE winners:

Project TIGERS
Birmingham City University

Digital Assessment@Brunel
Brunel University London

Bucks Academic Enhancement Team
Buckinghamshire New University

Students as Colleagues
Edinburgh Napier University

PEETS – Promoting Excellence in Employability and Transversal Skills
Glasgow Caledonian University

Paramedic Team
Liverpool John Moores University

Open Education in Eye Health
London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine

Middlesex Computer Science
Middlesex University

Using student engagement data to drive pedagogic innovation
Newman University Birmingham

The Student Engagement Team
Nottingham Trent University

The University of Sunderland’s Crime awareness student film projects, in collaboration with Northumbria Police and its Sexual Assault Referral Centre
The University of Sunderland

University of Bradford Physiotherapy Team
University of Bradford

Centre for Innovation and Entrepreneurship Team
University of Bristol

Science Foundation Year
University of Lincoln

Central Foundation Years
University of Sussex

2 thoughts on “2019 Winners: Collaborative Award for Teaching Excellence”

  1. This is so wonderful, indeed. There can’t be one of us NTFs that don’t think back to the day when we, too, got this amazing news! Congratulations to Everyone: individuals and teams.


  2. Many congratulations to all winners of CATE and NTFs in 2019, a fantastic achievement for all. I look forward to meeting many of the new winners at the October Awards Event in Manchester

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