NTF and Me

You made the summit – now help others to join you!

This blog has been authored by James Derounian, NTF 2007. James provides a fascinating insight into his experiences of being mentored to achieve his own NTF, and how he now feels strongly that the NTF and CATE community has a responsibility for mentoring others. Image shows Sir Edmund Hillary (left) and Tenzing Norgay (Credit: Tenzing… Continue reading You made the summit – now help others to join you!

New to teaching

In the line of duty: new to higher education during a pandemic

This blog has been authored by Paul Chesterton (NTF), Associate Professor, Teesside University; Jennifer Chesterton, Lecturer, Sunderland University; Emily Hedley, Lecturer, Teesside University; Daniel Moore, Senior Lecturer, Teesside University. A follow-up blog from the same authors will be published tomorrow! Paul Chesterton, NTF As an NTF, developing the careers of academics through the lens of… Continue reading In the line of duty: new to higher education during a pandemic

Annual NTF Symposia

Being an NTF newbie: Reflections on the ANTF2021 symposium

Dr Beatriz Acevedo reflects on her first attendance at our annual symposium, held online on 27th April 2021, as a new National Teaching Fellow (2020). Beatriz is an artist and educator, an academic developer and senior lecturer at Anglia Ruskin University, a Principal Fellow of the HEA, and the treasurer to the Committee of the… Continue reading Being an NTF newbie: Reflections on the ANTF2021 symposium