LITE Fellowships

LITE Fellowships provide the opportunity for colleagues across the University to carry out a project based on innovative teaching, scholarship or pedagogy.

For standard fellowships funding is provided in the form of a secondment of up to 0.8 FTE (in total) which can be allocated to projects to be carried out between one to three years. Fellowships may be carried out by project teams with the 0.8 FTE being shared across several colleagues.

From time to time commissioned fellowships may be offered that are tailored towards a specified research area. The FTE and duration of the project will be specific to the project.

Fellows will also be expected to contribute to LITE’s scholarly community, provide content for digital and external-facing profiles and act as an ambassador at internal and external events.

Fellows will evaluate and disseminate their project outputs internally and externally to develop the practice, pedagogy and reputation of student education at the University.

Fellows will have access to a wide range of support to carry out and disseminate their projects including student engagement facilitators and LITE research support staff.

Additional funding to support the delivery of the project is available.

Full details about the fellowships can be found in the candidate brief details but should you require any further information, or would like to discuss your idea please do contact the LITE team.


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