Congratulations to our 2020 NTF and CATE nomineesWednesday, 05 February 2020
Congratulations to Professor Emma Mayhew (Academic Director, EMA Programme), Vicki Holmes (Head of Technology Enhanced Learning) and Professor Claire Collins (Henley Business School) who have been chosen by a selection panel to represent the University as nominees in this year's National Teaching Fellowship Scheme (NTFS).
And congratulations to the Inspiring Engagement: the English Literature and Typography Staff-Student Book Project team, which has been chosen as the University's nominee in this year's Collaborative Award for Teaching Excellence (CATE) scheme.
Run by Advance HE, the NTFS celebrates and rewards outstanding individual impact in teaching and learning across the country while the CATE scheme recognises and celebrates collaborative work across the country that has had a demonstrable impact on teaching and learning. The schemes aim to raise the profile of learning and teaching, recognise and celebrate individuals and teams who make an outstanding impact on student outcomes and the teaching profession, and provide an extension to institutional teaching and learning recognition schemes.
Each year, up to 55 individuals receive a National Teaching Fellowship and up to 15 teams are awarded a Collaborative Award for Teaching Excellence. On gaining an award, NTFs and CATE winners play an ongoing role in supporting the ongoing enhancement of learning and teaching within their institution, the HE sector and further afield. Dr Yota Dimitriadi and Professor Yelena Kalyuzhnova both received a National Teaching Fellowship in 2019.
The winners of this year's NTFS and CATE will be announced at the beginning of August 2020. For further information about the schemes, visit the University's NTFS webpage and CATE webpage or the Advance HE website.