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you like £1,000 (individuals) or £2,000 (teams) to support appropriate
professional development of your teaching excellence to be spent over 2 years?
you thought about applying for a Teaching Excellence Fellowship?
Innovation project awards are also available to fund a project over 2 years.
Colleagues from all areas of the
University are invited to apply, and for an initial informal chat, contact the
scheme lead, Dr Mary Deane via: firstname.lastname@example.org
There are two categories of Teaching
There are two categories of
Innovation Project awards:
The Brookes Teaching Excellence
Fellowship recognises outstanding and effective work to enhance the experience
of our students from specific departments and across disciplines. This
Fellowship is a prestigious accolade that comes with funding for professional
The Innovation Project Award provides
funding for fresh and exciting new initiatives designed to enhance any aspect
of the Brookes Student Experience. For 2019, project proposals are
encouraged which seek to tackle a specific issue relating to Equality,
Diversity, or Inclusion at Oxford Brookes.
In future years the Excellence
Fellowships, will also be able to apply for a Teaching Innovation Award to fund
a project related to teaching. Additional staff development funding can be
applied for from your faculty or directorate to support your development.
You will be expected to produce an
annual report on the progress of your project and to disseminate the project
work across the university, for example at the annual Brookes Learning and
Both awards are designed to support you towards a possible nomination by the
university for a prestigious National Teaching Fellowship (individual) or
national Collaborative Award for Teaching Excellence (team).
Colleagues from all areas of the University are invited to apply to become a Brookes Teaching Excellence Fellow or submit an Innovation Project Proposal.
For an initial informal chat, contact the scheme lead, Dr Mary Deane via: email@example.com