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Athena Swan - Award level
Athena Swan - Key contact
Judith Rankin
Athena Swan Participant?
Yes
HaSS PGCert
The team successfully transformed an established multidisciplinary Postgraduate Certificate in Research Training to offer more active and flexible learning experiences for students. The team-based approach enabled 32 academic and professional services colleagues to review and revise their teaching approach, whilst developing expertise in digital pedagogies and tools.
Year
2021
Institution
Newcastle University
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A balanced academic journey is of paramount importance to our educational development. Understanding Music Theory in Practice through academic rigour and creative activities enables a rich and rewarding educational environment for both staff and students. This informs Paul’s pedagogic practice in all of his internal, external, and professional association roles.
Newcastle University
Senior Lecturer in Music Theory and Practice
2021
Iain Keenan
Dr Iain D. Keenan is a passionate and dedicated educator who is committed to driving positive change in student learning of anatomy locally, nationally and internationally. He achieves highly successful outcomes through constructing effective educational frameworks, developing student partnerships and through creative open-access communication of his innovative evidence-based learning approaches.
Newcastle University
Senior Lecturer in Anatomy
2020
Clare Guilding
Clare is an innovative and creative lecturer who continually seeks to bring out the best in herself and others. She is the recipient of multiple awards for her teaching excellence and forward-thinking approach to medical education, student support and colleague development.
Newcastle University
Senior Lecturer; Associate Dean of Academic Affairs
2020
CATE winners 2020 - Newcastle University
The E-Learning Unit in the School of Mathematics, Statistics & Physics promotes using technology to support the teaching and learning of mathematics in the School, University and wider community through collaborative initiatives and innovations. This includes the Numbas e-assessment software and the Coursebuilder tool for creating accessible mathematics learning material.
Year
2020
Institution
Newcastle University
Dr Simon Tate
Simon Tate is a human geographer and Professor of Pedagogy in Higher Education. As a former schoolteacher, he is interested in researching and improving the social and academic transition to university for undergraduate students. In recognition of his work, in 2018 he won Newcastle University’s Vice-Chancellor’s Education Excellence Award.
Newcastle University
Professor of Pedagogy in Higher Education
2020
Conference materials

STEM2020 - Embedding the Sustainable Development Goals within first year Biosciences skills teaching

03 Feb, 2020

Governance Effectiveness Review Case Study - Newcastle University

21 Jan, 2020
Dr Helen Webster
Dr Helen Webster is an experienced Learning Developer and Head of Newcastle University’s Writing Development Centre. She helps students in all subjects and levels of study to develop their academic literacies and become successful independent learners. She is passionate about developing values-driven, innovative models of skilled practice in this emerging hybrid profession.
Newcastle University
Head of the Writing Development Centre
2019
Lindsey Ferrie
Combining enthusiasm for her subject discipline, dedication to student support and creativity in educational practice, Dr Lindsey Ferrie makes a significant difference to student outcomes. As a compelling, interactive and forward-thinking leader in her profession, she is creating and ensuring conduits of teaching support and innovation exist locally and nationally.
Newcastle University
Senior Lecturer
2019