University Teaching Fellows
The purpose of the YSJ Teaching Fellow scheme is to reward and
recognise the work of individual staff members for their
contribution to the enhancement of teaching and/or supporting
student learning and to their contribution to meeting the learning
and teaching goals of the Faculty/Department and University.
YSJ has over 40 Teaching Fellows
from a wide range of subjects, Faculties and Departments. The
Teaching Fellows work collaboratively with Learning and Teaching
Development to help in motivating change and enhancement in all
aspects of teaching learning and assessment. Teaching Fellows
mentor others, they get involved in the annual learning and
teaching event, participate in the new teaching staff induction and
meet together on a regular basis to network and share practice. New
Teaching Fellows are appointed 3 times a year by the University
Teaching Fellowship Panel.
The next round of applications for University Teaching
Fellowships (UTFs) will be in May 2013. The deadline for
applications is 13 May 2013. For further information you can
UTF Information document and an
application form. If you need any advice, please
contact Mandy Asghar.