2018 National Teaching Fellows announced – Mega-congrats!

Announcing 2018 National Teaching Fellows and Collaborative Award for Teaching Excellence winners

We have 54 new National Teaching Fellows; alongside the 15 successful teams in the Collaborative Award for Teaching Excellence.

The National Teaching Fellowship Scheme (NTFS) celebrates and recognises individuals who have made an outstanding impact on student outcomes and the teaching profession in higher education. CONGRATULATIONS COLLEAGUES 🙂

 

The Collaborative Award for Teaching Excellence (CATE) rewards collaborative work that has had a demonstrable impact on teaching and learning.  This year, up to six of the 15 winning teams will receive an additional ‘Spotlight Award’ which highlights particular aspects of collaborative practice or the outcomes of collaborations from which the broader HE sector can benefit.

‘Spotlight Awards’ will be announced at the NTFS and CATE awards ceremony which will be held later this year.

 

Alison Johns, Advance HE’s chief executive, said, “The award of a National Teaching Fellowship is an outstanding achievement and I know that the whole sector will join me in congratulating the 54 new NTFs as well as the CATE winners. Advance HE is very proud to run these awards on behalf of the sector. A key part of our role in this programme is to work with both NTFs and CATE winners to show-case their work so that others can learn and benefit from their success.”

 

2018 National Teaching Fellows – alphabetical by surname

Dr Kyriaki Anagnostopoulou

Lydia Arnold Harper Adams University Bath Spa University

 

Ass. Prof. Alison Baverstock Kingston University

Dr Catriona Bell University of Edinburgh

Mrs Jennifer Blake The University of Manchester

Dr Greta Bosch University of Exeter

Dr John Bostock Edge Hill University

Professor Caroline Bowsher The University of Manchester

Mr Anthony Burke University of Westminster

Dr Selina Busby Royal Central School of Speech and Drama

 

Professor Patrick Callaghan London South Bank University

Ms Andrea Cameron Abertay University

Dr Russell Crawford Keele University

 

Dr Stephen Dance London South Bank University

Mrs Sandra Denicke-Polcher London Metropolitan University

 

Dr James Field University of Sheffield

Dr Alexandra Forsythe University of Liverpool

Ms Gill Foster London South Bank University

 

Professor Melanie Giles Ulster University

Professor Gerry Gormley Queen’s University Belfast

Dr Kay Guccione University of Sheffield

 

Dr Lezley-Anne Hanna Queen’s University Belfast

Dr Tom Harrison University of Birmingham

Dr Karen Heard-Laureote University of Portsmouth

Professor Mark Huxham Edinburgh Napier University

 

Professor Martin James Solent University

Mr Matt Johnston Coventry University

Dr Victoria Jolliffe Queen Mary University of London

 

Mr Andrew Kirk Edge Hill University

 

Professor Marcus Leaning University of Winchester

 

Dr. Jennifer Marie University College London

Dr Alison Megeney Middlesex University

Ms Emmajane Milton Cardiff University

Miss Haleh Moravej Manchester Metropolitan University

 

Mrs Barbara Nicolls Buckinghamshire New University

 

Ms Michelle O’Reilly Edinburgh Napier University

 

Professor Andrew Parsons University of York

Dr Regina Pauli University of Roehampton

Ms Sally Pearse Sheffield Hallam University

Miss Beth Pickard University of South Wales

Professor Joy Porter University of Hull

Dr Andrew Pye University of Exeter

 

Ms Ester Ragonese Liverpool John Moores University

Dr Stefan Rossbach University of Kent

Dr Jo Rushworth De Montfort University

 

Professor Jane Setter University of Reading

Mrs Paula Shaw University of Derby

Dr Claire Smith University of Brighton

 

Professor Gwen Van der Velden University of Warwiick

 

Dr Ruth Watkins University of Stirling

Dr Susan Way Bournemouth University

Dr Richard Windle University of Nottingham

Dr Richard Woolley University of Worcester

 

 

2018 CATE winners:

University of Brighton

University of Southampton

University of Sunderland

De Montfort University

University of Chester

University of South Wales

Manchester Metropolitan University

University of Nottingham

University of Salford

University of York

London South Bank University

Imperial College London

Liverpool Hope University

Birmingham City University

UWE Bristol

 

The NTF and CATE schemes are open to all higher education providers in the UK.

There are now more than 860 NTFs. Institutions may nominate up to three individuals per annum.  The schemes are open to all staff whose teaching or support roles enhance the student learning experience. The NTF and CATE schemes will run again in 2019; details will follow in due course.

More information on the National Teaching Fellowship Scheme and full profiles of the 2018 winners can be found here

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