Advance HE announces CATE winners
Alison Johns, Advance HE’s chief executive, said the winners were ambassadors for the higher education sector
Advance HE has announced the 2019 winners of its Collaborative Award for Teaching Excellence (CATE).
The annual awards, which will be presented in Manchester this October, recognise the achievements of 15 teams from UK universities that have improved learning support.
Alison Johns, Advance HE’s chief executive, said the organisation looked forward to sharing the work of the winners with the higher education sector.
Johns said: “[Winning a CATE] can be truly life-changing. Creating ambassadors for innovative and impactful teaching who are valued by institutions and colleagues, and who can set in motion change and enhancements to make a really positive impact on student experience and outcomes across their institution and beyond.”
The full list of winners:
Bucks Academic Enhancement Team – Buckinghamshire New University
Central Foundation Years – University of Sussex
Centre for Innovation and Entrepreneurship Team – University of Bristol
Digital Assessment@Brunel – Brunel University London
Middlesex Computer Science – Middlesex University
Open Education in Eye Health – London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine
Paramedic Team – Liverpool John Moores University
PEETS – Promoting Excellence in Employability and Transversal Skills – Glasgow Caledonian University
Project TIGERS – Birmingham City University
Science Foundation Year – University of Lincoln
Students as Colleagues – Edinburgh Napier University
The Student Engagement Team– Nottingham Trent University
The University of Sunderland’s Crime awareness student film projects, in collaboration with Northumbria Police and its Sexual Assault Referral Centre – The University of Sunderland
University of Bradford Physiotherapy Team – University of Bradford
Using student engagement data to drive pedagogic innovation – Newman University Birmingham
To read more about the awards, visit the Advance HE website.
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