Anglia Ruskin University Associate Teaching Fellowship

The Anglia Ruskin University Associate Teaching Fellowship (ARUATF) Scheme is designed to reward those who have demonstrated their ongoing commitment to learning and teaching, and to offer opportunities for further career development.

Colleagues who obtain funding for a learning, teaching and assessment related (pedagogic) project, either from internal or external sources, will be granted an Anglia Ruskin University Associate Teaching Fellowship (ARUATF) award on successful completion of the project and following dissemination of the findings and submission of a case study to Anglia Learning & Teaching.

The Anglia Ruskin University Associate Teaching Fellowship (ARUATF) Scheme is designed to reward those who have demonstrated their ongoing commitment to learning and teaching, and to offer opportunities for further career development.

Colleagues who have joined us from other universities who have also successfully bid for, and carried out, a pedagogic project will be eligible to apply for an ARUATF on provision of evidence of success and dissemination. 

Projects to be used as evidence must have been completed within the previous five years.

Colleagues achieving an ARUATF will:

  • be entitled to use the designation ‘Anglia Ruskin University Associate Teaching Fellow’ as an honorific title
  • receive an Anglia Ruskin University Associate Teaching Fellowship Certificate and lapel pin 

Eligibility

All teaching staff and those working in the support of learning and teaching who have full-time, fractional and/or associate lecturer contracts are eligible to be considered for this internal award. Please read the ARUATF Guidance for full details of eligibility and advice on making a claim.

Form

Application form

Submission Date

This award will open on Monday 20 January 2020.
Submit your application to your Deputy Dean to sign off by Friday 20 March 2020.
Submit your approved application to AL&T by Friday 27 March 2020.