Warwick International Higher Education Academy congratulates new fellows
Congratulations to Nancy Olson (pictured below left) and Celine Martin (below right) who have been announced as new fellows of the Warwick International Higher Education Academy (WIHEA).
The Academy is the UK’s first institutional academy of educators for staff and students engaged in the advancement of learning and teaching excellence. Becoming a Fellow provides the opportunity for Nancy and Celine to engage with colleagues across the University, to make a genuine difference to Warwick as well as to strengthen their career development.
It works to give a collective voice to learning and teaching at Warwick through projects, policy influence, governance and exchange of good practice.
By becoming a Fellow, staff and students can take part in exchanges, projects, learning circles, proposing teaching and learning policy or develop new academic practice that enhance the student experience and student outcomes.
There are currently 93 Fellows and the annual selection process recruits on average 25 Fellows each year.