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National Teaching Fellows

The National Teaching Fellowship (NTF) Scheme celebrates and recognises individuals who have made an outstanding impact on student outcomes and the teaching profession in higher education. Meet the National Teaching Fellows below.
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National Teaching Fellows

Job Title:Visiting Researcher in Psychology
Institution: Queen's University Belfast
Year: 2000
National Teaching Fellow 2000
Job Title:Professor, School of Health Sciences (now Retired)
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Year: 2000
National Teaching Fellow 2000
Job Title:Senior Lecturer
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Year: 2000
National Teaching Fellow 2000
Job Title:Emeritus Professor of English
Institution: Oxford Brookes University
Year: 2000
National Teaching Fellow 2000
Job Title:Professor of Ocumolotor Physiology
Institution: University of Cambridge
Year: 2000
National Teaching Fellow 2000
Job Title:Emeritus Professor of English Language and Literature
Institution: Lancaster University
Year: 2000
National Teaching Fellow 2000
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Institution: Bournemouth University
Year: 2000
National Teaching Fellow 2000
Job Title:Strategic Advisor on ePortfolio Development
Institution: University of Nottingham
Year: 2000
National Teaching Fellow 2000
Dr Angela Smallwood is an Associate Professor at the University of Nottingham, having lectured and researched in English Studies for around 20 years before relocating to the School of Education in recognition of her full-time commitment to learning and teaching, as Co-Director of the CETL for Integrative Learning and Director of the University's Centre for International ePortfolio Development (CIePD).
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Year: 2000
National Teaching Fellow 2000
Job Title:Head of Dance
Institution: De Montfort University
Year: 2000
National Teaching Fellow 2000
Jayne Stevens is a Principal Lecturer in Dance and Performance in the Department of Performance and Digital Arts at De Montfort University, Leicester.
Job Title:Professor of Education Development
Institution: University of Bradford
Year: 2000
National Teaching Fellow 2000Institution at the time of Award: Sheffield Hallam University
Job Title:Higher Education Consultant & Emeritus Professor
Institution: University of Gloucestershire
Year: 2000
National Teaching Fellow 2000
Mick Healey is Professor of Geography and Director (with Carolyn Roberts) of the Centre for Active Learning, a HEFCE-funded Centre for Excellence in Teaching and Learning at the University of Gloucestershire, UK. He is Senior Advisor for Geography to the HE Academy's Subject Centre for Geography, Earth and Environmental Sciences.