THE SUCCESSFUL applicants for this round of the LITE Student Education Catalyst Fund have been announced.
A mixture of staff and students have won the funding to boost innovation in education across the University of Leeds.
Projects ranging from research into ‘Germ Bugs’, to ‘Learning Arabic Dialect(s)’, and ‘Managing the second year slump’, will benefit from the Leeds Institute for Teaching Excellence (LITE) funding.
Professor Tina Overton, Director at LITE, said:
We are delighted with both the take up of this funding stream by both staff and students and the diverse nature of the projects supported.
“This new funding offer is just one way in which we are widening opportunity to both students and staff help improve student education at Leeds.
I now look forward to the evaluation and dissemination, which we hope will develop practice, pedagogy and reputation of student education at the University.
Grant holders, projects and faculties below:
Both staff and students can apply for the LITE Student Education Catalyst Fund, provides a small project grant of £1,000 to help boost student education at Leeds.
Grants can be spent on travel, research assistant time or catering, for example and project outputs will be evaluated and disseminated internally and externally by grant holders.
A further round of Catalyst Funding will be offered later this year and will be announced across the usual LITE channels.
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