Leeds academics recognised for teaching excellence
Dr Rafe Hallett has been awarded a prestigious National Teaching Fellowship for 2016 by the Higher Education Academy.
Dr Rafe Hallett, Director of the Leeds Institute for Teaching Excellence and Associate Professor in Early Modern History is one of two Leeds academics who have received a National Teaching Fellowship (NTF). One of the most prestigious awards for higher education, recognising excellence in teaching.
Dr Hallett said: "The NTF award helps shine a light on the amazing community of educators we have at Leeds, now given fresh prominence by the Leeds Institute for Teaching Excellence.
“The award is especially satisfying for me since it rewards the experimental curriculum design projects I have been involved in at Leeds, and recognises the value of innovation as a catalyst for improving student learning.”
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