Katharine Hubbard was formally awarded her National Teaching Fellowship (NTF) at an awards ceremony in Manchester on October 16th. Katharine was awarded her NTF for her work on raising the profile of teaching for early career academics, and for her student-centered approaches to laboratory skills development within the biosciences. Katharine was presented with her NTF award by Alison Johns, the chief executive of Advance HE.
Before the awards ceremony Katharine attended a networking event of new NTF and CATE (Collaborative Award for Teaching Excellence) winners, which featured lively discussions on student centered pedagogies and inclusive approaches to education. The awards dinner was held at Whitworth Hall at the University of Manchester. Katharine was joined at the awards dinner by Prof. Gabrielle Finn of Hull York Medical School who was also awarded an NTF for her innovative approaches to anatomy education.
If you are interested in finding out more about applying to be a National Teaching Fellow, get in touch with the Teaching Excellence Academy.