Centre for Interdisciplinary Science shortlisted for teaching award - again!

Posted by ks476 at Sep 07, 2017 06:20 PM |

We are delighted to announce that the Centre for Interdisciplinary Science has been selected as one of the finalists for the Collaborative Award for Teaching Excellence (CATE) from the Higher Education Academy for the second year in row!

The CATE recognises outstanding contributions to teaching by teams at higher education providers. The criteria for the CATE award are: excellent practice, teamwork, and the team’s dissemination plan.

The team comprising Sarah Gretton (Director and Biology Covenor), Derek Raine (Programme Founder), Cheryl Hurkett (Physics Covenor), Dylan Williams (Chemistry Convenor), Paul Abel (Maths Convenor), Kath Clark (Biology Tutor) and the programme administrator Alex Mack are one of fifteen institutional teams to have been shortlisted for the award. Six of these institutions will be awarded grants of £15,000 to disseminate their learning.

The six teams will be announced at the formal celebration event at Church House, Westminster, London, 1 November 2017.