Lecturer Awarded Teaching Fellowship

In 2007, the University launched its University Teaching Fellowship Scheme in order to recognise excellence in teaching at London Met.
Date: 21/07/2015
Lucy Richardson, a senior lecturer in theatre and performance practice, has been awarded an University Teaching Fellowship under a scheme that recognises excellence in teaching.

Since its inception in 2007, London Metropolitan University has considered and approved nominations to the National Teaching Fellowship Scheme (NTFS) in order to recognise excellence in teaching at London Met and to support award winners to further develop their practice and profiles towards possible nomination for the NTFS. 

The award recognises Lucy's achievement in the following three areas:
  • individual excellence: evidence of promoting and enhancing the student learning experience
  • raising the profile of excellence: evidence of supporting colleagues and influencing support for student learning in (and if appropriate beyond) your institution, through demonstrating impact and engagement beyond your immediate academic or professional role
  • developing excellence: commitment to your ongoing professional development with regard to teaching and learning (and/or learning support)
To date, the University has bestowed University Teaching Fellowships on 27 members of staff.