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Teaching Recognition & Reward Symposium

On the 13 December 2017, the Teaching Recognition & Reward (TR&R) Learning Circle held a Teaching Recognition and Reward Symposium which included presentations from three particularly well-informed speakers:

John Brady, Director of Human Resources, University of Reading

'Recognising the Diversity of Contribution - the experience at Reading'

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Professor Dilly Fung, Professor Higher Education Development, UCL

'Moving forward? Reward and recognition for those who teach and lead on education in research-intensive universities'

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Professor Stephen McHanwell, Professor of Anatomical Sciences and Director of Unit for Educational Research Development and Practice, Newcastle University

'Reconceptualising Teaching and Rewarding Teaching Excellence in Higher Education Institutions: Perceptions, Policies, Practices and Possibilities'

 

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For further information, please contact Ian.Tuersley@warwick.ac.uk


John Brady

John Brady
University of Reading

Dilly Fung

Professor Dilly Fung FRSA
UCL

Stephen McHanwell

Professor Stephen McHanwell NTF
Newcastle University