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National Teaching Fellowship Scheme

National Teaching Fellowship Scheme (NTFS) 2016 and National Collaborative Awards for Teaching Excellence (CATE) 2016

The Higher Education Academy (HEA) have recently opened this year’s National Teaching Fellowship Scheme (NTFS) with a submission deadline of 28 July 2016.  They have also launched a new National Collaborative Award for Teaching Excellence (CATE) with an initial deadline of 21st July 2016

The University can nominate up to 3 individual members of staff for the NTFS and 1 team for the CATE Award.  Nominees to the NTFS and the team lead for the CATE should be Fellows of the HEA.  To apply to go forward as an individual or team nominee to either of these Schemes, colleagues are invited to submit an expression of interest and detailed bullet points indicating how they would meet the criteria outlined in the Award guidelines - these should be sufficiently detailed to allow the internal selection panel to make an informed decision. This should be emailed to Liz McDowell (e.mcdowell@qub.ac.uk)  by 8 June.  An internal selection panel will review the submissions the week of the 13th of June.  Following selection of the individuals and team nominees, advice and support will be provided by the Centre for Educational Development to develop and format the applications for submission to the HEA.

If you have any queries about either Scheme, please contact Liz McDowell (e.mcdowell@qub.ac.uk or Ext 5301).

Further details are available in Guidelines for the National Teaching Fellowship Scheme 2016 and NTFS FAQs and in the National Collaborative Award for Teaching Excellence 2016 Guidelines.  Further information about the NTFS and CATE is available on the HEA website.

The HEA is running a series of regional workshops to provide information on the NTFS and CATE.  A workshop will be held in Queen's on 22 June at 11 am - 1 pm in Room OG/33, Elmwood Building.  To register to attend, please email e.mcdowell@qub.ac.uk

 

- an overview of the NTF Scheme and the nomination process;

- a presentation by at least one National Teaching Fellow who will advise about the scheme from their perspective, the work which was presented in their nomination for a NTF award and their subsequent activities;

- discussion of how a nomination can be developed; examples of the level of evidence required; consideration of how to work towards a NTF nomination.

An introduction to the new CATE, including an:

- overview of the pilot scheme led by a member of HEA staff;

- opportunity for discussion about the new scheme

- See more at: https://www.heacademy.ac.uk/recognition-accreditation/national-teaching-fellowship-scheme-ntfs#sthash.ZG4zFAvH.dpuf

- an overview of the NTF Scheme and the nomination process;

- a presentation by at least one National Teaching Fellow who will advise about the scheme from their perspective, the work which was presented in their nomination for a NTF award and their subsequent activities;

- discussion of how a nomination can be developed; examples of the level of evidence required; consideration of how to work towards a NTF nomination.

An introduction to the new CATE, including an:

- overview of the pilot scheme led by a member of HEA staff;

- opportunity for discussion about the new scheme

- See more at: https://www.heacademy.ac.uk/recognition-accreditation/national-teaching-fellowship-scheme-ntfs#sthash.ZG4zFAvH.dpuf

 

Previous Queen's University National Teaching Fellowship Winners

 ‌NTFS winner 2014 Photo for NTFS Prof Brian Whalley NTFS winner 2008 Mr D Gibson - NTFS - winner 2007

Dr Joe Duffy
NTFS Winner 2014

Dr Tess Maginess
NTFS Winner 2013
Prof Brian Whalley
NTFS Winner 2008
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Mr David Gibson
NTFS Winner 2007
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‌‌Prof Bev Milton-Edward - NTFS winner 2004
Prof B Milton-Edwards
NTFS Winner 2004
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Professor Vicki Tariq
NTFS Winner 2003

 

Professor Carol McGuinness
NTFS winner 2001