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.

Ongoing Fellowships

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.

Jessica Christie and Claire Flegg
Kendi Guantai, Nadine Cavigioli and Salma Al Arefi
Richard Harris, Pam Birtill and Madeleine Pownall
Alison Leslie & Clare Wright
Laura Loyola Hernandez and Arjan Gosal
Martin Iddon, Scott McLaughlin and Mic Spencer
Tony Morgan, Lena Jaspersen and Louisa Hill
Jacqueline Stevenson
Anne Tallontire, Thomas Cooper & William Young
Nina Wardleworth

Completed Fellowships

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.

Fellowships completed in 2021

Fellowships completed in 2020

Fellowships completed in 2019

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.

Fellowships completed in 2018

Fellowships completed in 2017