12 new HEA Fellows announced

The Keele Institute for Innovation and Teaching Excellence (KIITE) is delighted to announce that 12 members of staff at Keele University have recently been awarded Fellowship of the Higher Education Academy (HEA) through the University’s HEA Continuing Professional Development (CPD) Route.
 
HEA Fellowship provides recognition of professionalism in learning and teaching in higher education, and evidence of commitment to continuing academic development. Across the four categories of fellowship, from Associate to Principal, individuals are recognised for their practice, impact and leadership of teaching and learning.
 
Congratulations to the following members of staff:
 
Principal Fellow
  • Katie Maddock – Pharmacy and Bioengineering
 
Senior Fellow
  • Jodie Preston – Nursing and Midwifery
  • Elizabeth Meakin – Nursing and Midwifery
 
Fellow
  • Moshood Bello – Keele Business School
  • Helen Glanville – Geography, Geology and the Environment
  • Fabienne Emmerich – Law, Ethics and Society
  • Emily Ouyang – Language Centre
  • Fiorella Montero Diaz - Humanities
 
Associate Fellow
  • Liz Lafferty – Library
  • Nigel Walker – Library
  • Lisa Bailey - Library
  • Joe Hoolachan - Medicine

Dr Katie Maddock, Head of School for School of Pharmacy and Bioengineering, comments:

"I'm delighted to have been awarded Principal Fellowship status following a very friendly, but very rigorous, professional discussion.  The process has been of great benefit to me, enabling me to reflect in some depth upon my time as an educator and my journey to where I am now.  I've been supported by a fantastic mentor and look forward to being able to do the same for others."

Dr Filippo Nereo, Associate Director for Curriculum Design and Development in KIITE who co-leads the CPD route, comments: 

"Warmest congratulations to all twelve new Fellows. It was a pleasure to read and hear about the teaching and learning activities taking place across the university and having a positive impact on the students’ experience. This has been an especially difficult year but the submissions are evidence of an unwavering commitment to teaching and learning amongst staff, no matter the challenges. Thank you to all Fellows, reviewers and administrative staff."

To find out more about the HEA CPD route offered through the Keele Institute for Innovation and Teaching Excellence, visit the KIITE HEA web pages. 

To express an interest in becoming a mentor or reviewer, please contact KIITE via kiite@keele.ac.uk