KIITE welcomes six new Fellows

The Keele Institute for Innovation and Teaching Excellence is delighted to announce the appointment of six new KIITE Fellows.

We are pleased to announce that the following will be joining KIITE as Curriculum Fellows, working with colleagues from KIITE and across the University leading on sustained programmes of scholarship over the next two years, supporting strategically significant projects.

  • Dr Ella Maysami, Lecturer in Neuroscience
  • Dr Katherine Haxton, Senior Lecturer in Chemistry
  • Dr Panos Sousounis, Lecturer in Economics and Finance
  • Dr Rebecca Venables, Lecturer in Clinical Pharmacy
  • Dr Sarah Aynsley, Senior Lecturer in Bioscience
  • Dr Will Foster, Director of MBA and Executive Programmes/Senior Lecturer
Dr Fil Nereo, Associate Director Curriculum Design and Development comments:
"I'm delighted to welcome six new Fellows to the Curriculum Design and Development team in KIITE. The Fellows, chosen for their expertise in, and commitment to teaching and learning, join us from a range of disciplines and all three Faculties at Keele. Individuals will work with KIITE on a number of sector-leading educational enhancement activities, co-leading new and exciting initiatives in interdisciplinary and international education, wellbeing in the curriculum, and inclusive learning"
KIITE Curriculum Fellow Will Foster, Director of MBA and Executive Programmes/Senior Lecturer comments:
"I am delighted to be awarded a KIITE Fellowship. Having worked closely with KIITE colleagues since joining Keele in 2019 this is a real opportunity to help further Keele’s Curriculum Development and Education -  I am passionate about curriculum and delivery innovation and look forward to supporting other Keele colleagues in their careers"
To find out more about how the Keele Institute for Innovation and Teaching Excellence can help to support you, please visit the KIITE webpages
To find out more about Curriculum Design at Keele, visit the Curriculum Design Framework web pages.