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."
Peter Corvi - Warwick Business School
Professor Peter Corvi has been teaching Finance for the past two decades. During that time, he has taught a wide range of UG, MBA and MSc modules and has held a number of senior administrative roles including Director of Studies at the ICMA Centre, Reading, and Associate Dean (UG) and Associate Dean (WP) at Warwick Business School. He has been short-listed twice for a Warwick Award for Teaching Excellence, receiving a commendation in 2006 and an award in 2010. He is a Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy and a Foundation Fellow of the Warwick International Higher Education Academy. Read more...
Rachel Dickinson - Warwick Business School
Rachel Dickinson’s career in Higher Education began in the Drama and Theatre Education Department at the University of Warwick. During this time, she grew and led a nationally respected Initial Teacher Education programme for Drama and English teachers, prior to being appointed as a founder member of WBS Create in Warwick Business School. She is Assistant Dean for the Undergraduate programme, developing practice in partnership, placing importance on the situated and culturally unique learner and the role of the arts and humanities in business education. Read more...
Margaret Low - Warwick Manufacturing Group
Margaret Low is an inspirational educator with 30 years’ experience in the HE sector. She teaches both undergraduate and postgraduate programmes at WMG, University of Warwick and she has been involved in software development, designing and developing a variety of engineering applications. Along with her teaching commitments as Principal Teaching Fellow, Margaret is the Widening Participation Officer for WMG, co-ordinating activities across the department and collaborating with other colleagues within the University. Read more...