Fellows are a community of pedagogic researchers who are working alongside their role at the University to explore an area of interest within teaching and learning. Our fellows are a mix of academic and professional staff from right across the University.
As well as producing academic publications and conference papers the work of our Fellows informs decision making and practice across the University.
There are a wide range of fellowships currently in progress, browse through the project titles below and find out more information about those of interest.
Fellowships vary in length from one to three years, once completed the findings impact decisions and current practice across the University. Below you can browse some of the completed fellowships and discover the key outcomes.
Read the outcomes from the Enhancing the engagement of postgraduate research students in teaching fellowship by Chiara La Sala.
Read the outcomes from the Evaluating Welcome, Induction and Transition project by Andrew Mearman.
Read the outcomes from The academic listening project fellowship by Niamh Mullen and Peter Matthews.
Read the outcomes from Exploring links between induction, exit and retention (ELIXIR) fellowship by Andrew Mearman and Ruth Payne.
Read the outcomes from Maximising assessment criteria through inclusive co-construction fellowship by Kelvin Tapley.
Read the outcomes from the Building a civic curriculum fellowship by Helen Sadig and Cécilé De Cat.
Read the outcomes from the Co-Creation of design for learning fellowship by Dan Trowsdale.
Read the outcomes from the Reimagining university assessment by learning from secondary education fellowship by Samantha Pugh.
Read the outcomes from the Mobile phones and digital creativity fellowship by Maria Kapsali and Scott Palmer.
Read the outcomes from An evidence-based approach to embedding resilience Within the Curriculum fellowship by Lydia Bleasdale and Sarah Humphreys.
Read the outcomes from The role of language in discipline-specific knowledge and understanding fellowship by Bee Bond.