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University of Exeter

Athena Swan - Award level
Athena Swan - Key contact
Dorcas Cowan
Athena Swan Participant?
Yes
REC member?
Yes
REC member - Key contact
Niema Bohrayba
Case studies

Project Success Story - University of Exeter, Level 7 Academic Apprenticeship End-Point Assessment

20 Aug, 2020
Adam Feldman
Adam Feldman brings unique, highly diverse, multidisciplinary skills from a 20-year career in orthopaedic surgery to a second career in engineering academia and education at the University of Exeter’s Department of Renewable Energy. As undergraduate programme-lead, his subject has been voted twice consecutively for ‘Best Subject of Study’ at the University.
University of Exeter
Senior Lecturer (Education and Scholarship) Renewable Energy Engineering Group
2020
Dr Sara Burton
As Senior Lecturer and microbial ecologist, Dr Sara Burton has worked at universities and in industry; moreover, roles within the Microbiology Society have allowed her to support and develop microbiology education internationally. Biosciences student employability enhancement and teaching laboratory design and delivery have been amongst her varied education roles.
University of Exeter
Senior Lecturer
2020
Conference materials

STEM2020 - Curriculum design using Gold Standard Project Based Learning (GSPBL) to develop 21st Century skills for success in Industry 4.0

06 Feb, 2020
Conference materials

STEM2020 - The 'APPLE' form as a vehicle for the identification, development and articulation of student skills and attributes

03 Feb, 2020
Conference materials

STEM2020 - The 'APPLE' form as a vehicle for the identification, development and articulation of student skills and attributes

03 Feb, 2020
Conference materials

Curriculum Design Symposium: The Hidden Curriculum - Understanding the barriers posed by the hidden curriculum that HE students from diverse cultural and social backgrounds experience in their

19 Jul, 2019
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Dual Assurance – University of Exeter

01 May, 2019
Dr Andrew Pye is a Senior Lecturer in Biological Sciences at the University of Exeter. He is recognised by his students as an innovative and enthusiastic educator.
University of Exeter
Senior Lecturer
2018
Dr Greta Bosch joined academia full time in 2002, teaching civil law and common law, as well as researching in human rights. She has always held a keen interest in internationalisation, promoting a diversified and varied teaching experience. She has received a number of merit awards for excellent teaching practice since 2010: Best provider of feedback in Law - Students Guild Awards 2010, Exeter Teaching Fellowship Awards 2011 and 2013, Senior Fellow of HEA 2012, Annual Merit Awards 2012, 2013, 2014, Exeter Above and Beyond Gold and Silver Awards 2015, 2015/16, 2017.
University of Exeter
Associate Professor
2018