University Mentoring Scheme week: the luxury of a residential …

The final two days of the University Mentoring Scheme week (#UHImentoring) brought together over twenty colleagues in a residential programme  hosted in the STEM Hub in An Lochran on Thursday 30 and Friday 31 August.  The programme aimed to develop practical mentoring skills for those new to mentoring or experienced mentors who were keen to … Continue reading University Mentoring Scheme week: the luxury of a residential …

These Women Can!: a reflection on our International Women’s Day event

Thursday March 8th saw the advent of These Women Can! Hosted by the Learning and Teaching Academy, These Women Can! was our first university wide event to celebrate, debate and explore the challenges women face in FE, HE and Research.  It was also International Women’s Day and 100 years since women won the right to … Continue reading These Women Can!: a reflection on our International Women’s Day event

University Deans achieve national recognition as Principal Fellows HEA

Dr Gary Campbell (Dean of Science, Health and Engineering and Assistant Principal for Curriculum Enhancement) and Michael Rayner (Dean of Research) have become the university’s first Principal Fellows of the Higher Education Academy (PFHEA). The important national recognition of PFHEA is awarded to individuals who can demonstrate substantial strategic influence in the development of higher … Continue reading University Deans achieve national recognition as Principal Fellows HEA

Professional recognition of educational practice: recent success and next steps

As many colleagues will know, the university now has in place a new framework for the professional recognition of good practice in learning and teaching, learning and teaching support, and educational leadership. ALPINE (Accredited Learning, Professional development, and Innovation in Education) allows the university to award Associate Fellowships, Fellowships and Senior Fellowships of the Higher Education Academy (HEA). Professional recognition pathways … Continue reading Professional recognition of educational practice: recent success and next steps