Our University teaching fellows enjoy international renown across a broad range of disciplines and pedagogical specialities. Our fellows are sought after as speakers and consultants. At its heart the scheme is focused on continuing professional development and fellows are supported to engage extensively with conferences and training opportunities.
You can become a teaching fellow as a recipient of our UEA Excellence in Teaching Award or a National Teaching Fellowship. Our community of practice supports the mission of the University's Academic Directors, enhancing the teaching of all colleagues by showcasing excellent practice and facilitating its wider adoption. In collaboration with the student union and other student partners, we aim to enrich the experience and education of all UEA's diverse student body.
The Learning and Teaching Service invites applications to the scheme annually through a call.
Our Teaching Fellows
University Teaching Fellows (2018-19)
- Dr Patricia Harris - School of Health Sciences
- Dr Jonathan Wilson - Norwich Business School (recipient of the 2018 Sir Geoffrey and Lady Allen Prize for Excellence in Teaching)
- Dr Philip Long - Centre for Staff and Educational Development
University Teaching Fellows (2017-18)
- Dr Paul McDermott - School of Pharmacy - recipient of the 2017 Sir Geoffrey and Lady Allen Prize for Excellence in Teaching
- Dr Rebekah Hill - School of Health Sciences
- Dr Usha Sunduram - Norwich Business School
University Teaching Fellows (2016-17)
- Dr Fabio Aricò - School of Economics - recipient of the 2016 Sir Geoffrey and Lady Allen Prize for Excellence in Teaching
- Dr Harriet Jones - School of Biological Sciences
- Dr Katy Appleton - School of Environmental Sciences
University Teaching Fellows (2015-16)
- Dr Gill Seyfang - School of Environmental Sciences - recipient of the 2015 Sir Geoffrey and Lady Allen Prize for Excellence in Teaching
- Professor Laura Bowater - Norwich Medical School
- Dr Robert Jenkins - Norwich Business School
- Dr Eylem Atakav - School of Art, Media and American Studies
- Dr Rebecca Westrup - School of Education and Lifelong Learning
- Professor Kay Yeoman - Biological Sciences