University Teaching Award Scheme 2017

The University Teaching Award Scheme is now launched for its second round, having been developed as part of the initiatives to celebrate excellence at the University of Worcester.

This Scheme is designed to recognise and reward excellent and outstanding practice in teaching, and in supporting and leading learning. The Scheme explicitly promotes innovative, inspiring and excellent practice which is outstanding in its impact to enhance and inspire student learning.

There are three categories of Award:

A             University of Worcester Teaching Award
B             University of Worcester Teaching Team Award
C             University of Worcester Leading Teaching Award.

Applications are welcomed from staff with a range of experience including academic staff, professional services and staff working in learning support. Full details are attached, and also available via the webpage

Introductory Launch sessions are being run for information as follows (bookings can be made via the staff development webpages

UW Teaching Award Scheme: Why? What? So What? Now What?’

The workshops offer the opportunity to understand the UWTAS, consider one’s next steps to an application and ask any questions.

Tuesday 16 May 2017 12.00 pm – 1.00 pm Room EEG021
Tuesday 23 May 2017 1.15 pm – 2.15 pm Room EEG021
Thursday 15 June 2017 Information at the Learning and Teaching conference
Friday 16 June 2017 Information at the Learning and Teaching conference

Any queries may be sent to

UW Teaching Award Scheme (May 2017)

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