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The Brookes Teaching Excellence Fellowships comes with an award of £1,000 for you to spend on your own professional development. If you are interested in applying for a teaching development grant to
undertake a new project, apply for BTIP funding.
Teaching Fellows are expected to share their best practice with colleagues
across the Institution by presenting at the annual Brookes Learning and Teaching Conference and
by submitting an article about their work to the Higher Education
Journal of Learning and Teaching.
The Brookes Teaching Excellence
Fellowship criteria are:
support and formative feedback on your application, contact the scheme leader,
Dr Mary Deane via: email@example.com.
Workshops to support applicants will also take
by 31 May 2019 by submitting a Brookes
Teaching Excellence Fellowship Application form.
Colleagues from all areas of the University are invited to apply to become a Brookes Teaching Excellence Fellow.
For an initial informal chat, contact the scheme lead, Dr Mary Deane via: firstname.lastname@example.org