Margaret Low receives a National Teaching Fellowship from the Higher Education Academy
Margaret Low, Principal Teaching Fellow at WMG, has been selected by the Higher Education Academy (HEA) for a National Teaching Fellowship.
Margaret was recognised by the HEA for her individual excellence, raising the profile of excellence and developing excellence in teaching.
Margaret is an inspirational educator with 30 years’ experience in the HE sector. She teaches on both undergraduate and postgraduate programmes. She is also our Widening Participation Officer, coordinating activities across the department and collaborating with other colleagues within the University.
A National Teaching Fellowship is the HEA’s most prestigious individual award for excellence in teaching in higher education.
Professor Lord Bhattacharyya, Chairman of WMG said: "I am delighted that Margaret has had her dedication to teaching recognised by the HEA. Her contribution to WMG has had a significant impact on the students she has taught and the department as a whole."
Warwick received three Fellowships (the most that any institution can be awarded) which makes it the only institution to achieve this distinction in 2016.