University Teaching Fellows
University Teaching Fellow is part of HR policy related to Rewarding Excellence in Research and Teaching
The title University Teaching Fellow will be awarded as a personal recognition of an individual's outstanding contribution to teaching and learning related activities.
Applications should be submitted in accordance with the scheme for Rewarding Excellence in Research and Teaching, Professors, Readers and University Teaching Fellows, which was approved by the University's Research Committee and Senate. Details of the scheme can be found on the HR web pages.
Carlo Fabricatore - awarded University Teaching Fellow in 2015
Dr Fabricatore's specialist teaching areas are game design and development, interaction design, software engineering, and management. His research interests are centred on the impacts of play and games on learning and human development in social communities and enterprises.
Liz Bennett - awarded University Teaching Fellow in 2014
Liz is Course Leader for the MSc Technology Enhanced Learning and the MA Action Research. She has worked at the Open University where she was involved in some large scale courses delivered via the web, and is an active member of the Association for Learning Technology, ALT.
Jane Tobbell - awarded University Teaching Fellow in 2013
Jane is a psychologist whose research and teaching includes the psychology of education. She has a special interest in educational transitions and has conducted studies in transition from primary to secondary school, transition from access courses to HE and transition to postgraduate study – a project funded by the Higher Education Academy.
Jonathan Glazzard - awarded University Teaching Fellow in 2012
Jonathan has a background in teaching and worked as a primary school teacher for 10 years before making the transition to Higher Education in 2005. Jonathan has now taken up a post at Leeds Trinity University as Head of Academic Development, but maintains links with Huddersfield.
James McDowell - awarded University Teaching Fellow in 2012
A Senior Lecturer in Digital Media from the School of Computing and Engineering. James has a PhD investigating the influence of asynchronous video and mobile devices on the assessment and feedback process.
Andrew Walsh - Awarded University Teaching Fellow in 2011
Academic librarian who has carried out innovative work on improving the relevance of information skills to all students. He has championed online and mobile-friendly learning material and has been invited to give keynote addresses at international conferences. Andrew is also a National Teaching Fellow.