You could be eligible to become an Associate Teaching Fellow

Published: 26 November 2019 at 09:57

Have you successfully completed and disseminated the findings of a pedagogical research project during the last five years at ARU or another university? If yes, we’d like to recognise your commitment to enhancing teaching and learning with an ARU Associate Teaching Fellowship.

Each year we invite colleagues to complete a simple application form to receive this internal award. You just need to evidence how you have demonstrated your ongoing commitment to learning and teaching, how you have disseminated the findings, and how it has benefited peers. 

All colleagues who have successfully completed an ARU Learning and Teaching Project (LTP) since 2014, or have joined us from other institutions having successfully bid for, carried out, and published the findings of a pedagogic project, are encouraged to apply. 

“Anglia Learning & Teaching has a long history in supporting pedagogic research as we’re committed to enhancing teaching excellence at ARU. We are keen to recognise the commitment that colleagues make to enhancing teaching and learning at ARU through awarding the honorific title of ‘ARU Associate Teaching Fellow’ (ARUATF) to eligible colleagues. They will receive an ARUATF certificate and lapel pin and have the pleasure of putting the letters after their name,” says Research Fellow, Mark Warnes, AL&T.  

The process of submitting an application form is straightforward but please read the ARUATF Guidance for full details of eligibility and advice on making a claim. 

The call for applications opens on Monday 20 January 2020. Your application needs to be submitted to your Deputy Dean by 17.00 on Friday 20 March 2020, and then, once it has been approved, by email with the subject line, ‘ARUATF application’ to alt@anglia.ac.uk by 17.00 on Friday 27 March 2020. 

Full details are available on the AL&T website or contact Mark Warnes