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New ARU Associate Teaching Fellows announced

Published: 24 June 2020 at 13:51

Congratulations to our new ARU Associate Teaching Fellows. This year see’s our first colleagues being recognised with the ARU Associate Teaching Fellowship for their ongoing commitment to learning and teaching.

Each of the 16 recipients from across ARU faculties and the University Library, were required to successfully complete a pedagogic development project and disseminate their findings to enhance best practice. The projects received funding from the ARU Learning & Teaching Project Awards, and addressed a variety of informative topics (see below) which are available to access on the LTP database. Recipients receive a certificate and pin, and will be able to use the post-nominals: ARU ATF.

Says Mark Warnes who manages the ARU Associate Teaching Fellowship: “We’re delighted to see so many colleagues being recognised for their pedagogic work to enhance teaching, learning and the student experience across ARU and the HE sector. Some of the recipients have already shared their findings at previous Anglia Learning & Teaching events such as Engage and DigiFest and others will be part of our forthcoming programme of webinars and conferences.”

The Associate Teaching Fellowship is one of ARU’s six award schemes aimed at recognising, rewarding, supporting and developing the excellent practice of individuals and teams across ARU. To find out more, visit Awards & Recognition.

Congratulations to this year’s ARU Associate Teaching Fellows: