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National Teaching Fellows 2016

The National Teaching Fellowship Scheme (NTFS) is run by the Higher Education Academy to recognise and celebrate the absolute highest standards of learning and teaching across higher education. This year, Warwick is extremely pleased to announce that three new National Teaching Fellows have been selected from our colleagues. This is an incredible honour for each of the Fellows as well as underscoring the success Warwick has achieved and maintained in learning and teaching.

Professor Christopher Hughes, Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Education), commented:

" The National Teaching Fellows Scheme is designed to celebrate excellence in learning and teaching in higher education. We are incredibly proud that Margaret, Rachel, and Peter have had their sustained hard work on behalf of our students recognised. To have one colleague recognised as an NTF is a great achievement. This year, however, Warwick is the only university in the UK to have three recipients – the maximum that any institution can be awarded. This is a testament to the wide range of high quality work done creating world-leading learning and teaching environments at Warwick. The NTF award is nationally recognised and gives Fellows the chance to further develop leadership roles in learning and teaching."