Find out about Teaching Fellowships and Collaborative Awards

Posted by bv39 at Jan 13, 2020 12:29 PM |
Are you, or your team, engaged in transformational learning and teaching activity within your department? Are you raising the profile of excellence within the department, school or college? Are you sharing and developing your approaches with other colleagues locally or internationally? Are you a University Distinguished Teaching Fellow who has continued to develop and share their practice?

If you think you have a story to tell in any of the above areas, then you might be eligible to apply for one of three teaching awards:

The University Distinguished Teaching Fellowships (UDTF) are internal awards that promote excellence in learning and teaching at a local level. Nationally, Advance HE runs two schemes annually to celebrate excellence in the above areas: the National Teaching Fellowship Scheme (NTFS) and Collaborate Award for Teaching Excellence (CATE). Up to three individuals (NTFS) and one team (CATE) can be proposed by the University.

All three awards are open for entries now, with closing dates in the Spring.

Come along on Tuesday 14 January, 4-5pm in Attenborough 002 or Monday 10 February, 2-3:pm in Attenborough 111.

In this session, we will outline details of the three schemes, and provide an opportunity for you to discuss your approach with UDTF/NTFS/CATE award holders and reviewers. We will help you to decide whether you have a strong enough case for any of the awards, and if not yet what you might do to build a successful application in the future.

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