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Congratulations! 33 New WIHEA Fellows selected

A WIHEA Fellowship recognises and rewards outstanding achievements in learning and teaching and is an exceptional opportunity to engage with colleagues across the university, improve the student experience and make a genuine difference to Warwick through research, debate and policy formation.

Selected by the WIHEA Advisory Group during a competitive annual selection process consisting of application and nomination in July 2019, the 33 new staff and student Fellows joined WIHEA’s collaborative community at a welcome lunch on 19 September 2019.

2019 New WIHEA Fellows

Congratulations to all new Fellows!

WIHEA’s community comprises fellows and members who each have a demonstrable commitment to Learning and Teaching and collectively represent the global and interdisciplinary staff and student body at Warwick. View a list of the new and existing Fellows and find out more about the role of a WIHEA Fellow.

Comments from new fellows, when asked what it means to be a WIHEA Fellow and how do they hope to benefit from their Fellowship:

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'It is great to be recognised and have the opportunity to

work with a wide range of colleagues'

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'Being bold and innovative with Learning and Teaching'

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'Opportunity to collaborate with proactive and passionate colleagues on

projects to improve the Student Learning and Teaching experience'

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'Access to expert community and institutional 'permission'

to have those conversations'

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'By learning from like minded individuals and making

improvements to my own perspectives'

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'Helping to make a difference in the wider Warwick community,

outside of individual departments'

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'Opportunities to bring about change within the University and campus culture'

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'A wonderful opportunity to learn and grow as a professional/lecturer/teacher'

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'A way to develop my own expertise through support and exposure'

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A way to support my Department and Students by sharing

University-wide information with them'

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'To be a WIHEA Fellow is a privilege and I am delighted to be beginning my Fellowship'