The National Teaching Fellowship Scheme (NTFS)
A National Teaching Fellowship is widely regarded as the most prestigious award in higher education learning and teaching in the UK, and in 2018 the scheme was opened to Scottish higher education providers. This competitive award has been designed to celebrate and recognise individuals who have made an outstanding impact on student outcomes and the teaching profession in higher education and is organised by AdvanceHE. Up to 55 awards are made each year.
Each university can nominate up to three applicants per annum.
To date, Edinburgh Napier has been hugely successful in gaining these awards. We were thrilled to get two winners in 2018:
Mark Huxham Michelle O'Reilly
(School of Applied Sciences) (School of Health & Social Care)
In 2019, Jackie Brodie also won the award:
Huge congratulations to them all.
Collaborate Award for Teaching Excellence (CATE)
The purpose of the Collaborative Award for Teaching Excellence (CATE) is to recognise and celebrate collaborative work that has had a demonstrable impact on teaching and learning. Introduced in 2016, the scheme highlights the key role that teamwork plays in higher education. Each award recognises a team which has enabled a change in practice for colleagues or students at an institutional or discipline level. There is no limit on the size of the team.
Each university can only nominate one team per year.
In 2019, The Students as Colleagues Team, led by Mark Huxham, was a successful CATE winner.
From left to right: Jenny Scoles, Errol Rivera, Rachel Murray, Mo Andrew, Mark Huxham, Kimberly Wilder
Further information for potential applicants to NTFS or CATE >>