Three New Teaching Fellows for the University

Posted by ap507 at Jan 27, 2014 11:40 AM |
Professor Glenn Fulcher, Dr Paul Reilly and Dr Nicola Suter-Giorgini awarded University Teaching Fellowships

The University Teaching Fellowships promote, reward and celebrate excellence in teaching and related activities that support and enhance the Leicester student experience.

Congratulations to the following members of staff who have received prestigious awards in the national scheme for excellence in teaching and support for learning:

From L to R: Lord Grocott, Professor Glenn Fulcher, Vice-Chancellor Professor Sir Bob Burgess
Professor Glenn Fulcher (pictured with Lord Grocott and Professor Sir Bob Burgess) in recognition of his contributions to the development of an internationally recognised model of language assessment literacy and his success in addressing the needs of teachers who assess students' language ability.
From L to R: Lord Grocott, Dr Paul Reilly, Vice-Chancellor Professor Sir Bob Burgess
Dr Paul Reilly (pictured with Lord Grocott and Professor Sir Bob Burgess) in recognition of his contribution to the enhancement of teaching in the Department of Media and Communication through the development and promotion of digital media technologies and through his sensitivity to responding to student learning needs.
From L to R: Lord Grocott, Dr Nicola Suter-Giorgini Dr Nicola Suter-Giorgini (pictured with Lord Grocott) in recognition of her success in creating tools and resources for teaching genetics that offer genuine, practical innovations for the enhancement of the student learning experience

University Teaching Fellowship awards are open to all paid employees of the University who teach or provide academic learning support for courses approved or validated by the University at any level (foundation, undergraduate, taught postgraduate; campus-based or distance learning), and for postgraduate research supervision.

University Teaching Fellowships are now well known as a way of promoting and celebrating excellence in teaching and learning.

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