National Teaching Fellowship is conferred upon individuals who have demonstrated through a rigorous and competitive peer reviewed process that they have made a significant impact on both student outcomes and the teaching profession in higher education. The University of Sunderland’s current National Teaching Fellows are:
Professor Mark Davies
Doctor Catherine Hughes
Doctor Adelle Hulsmeier
Professor Alastair Irons
Professor Kevin Petrie
Doctor Sheila Quaid
Mr Andrew Sturrock
Doctor Maddalena Taras
Doctor John Unsworth
The Collaborative Award for Teaching Excellence (CATE) recognises and rewards the key role that teamwork plays in enhancing teaching and learning through collaborative approaches in higher education. The University of Sunderland’s CATE winners are:
Crime Awareness Student Film Projects (2019)
In collaboration with Northumbria Police and its Sexual Assault Referral Centre
The University of Sunderland has a sustained (six year) collaborative relationship with Northumbria Police’s Sexual Assault Referral Centre (SARC). This affords Level six undergraduate students from BA (Hons) Drama and Digital Film Production the opportunity to produce films that increase awareness of complex category serious crime.
Foundation Press (2018)
Foundation Press is run by Joe Woodhouse, Adam Phillips and Deborah Bower; staff from the Foundation Diploma and the Art and Design Extended BA (Hons) programmes, within the University of Sunderland, based at the National Glass Centre.
Northern Centre of Photography (2016)
The University of Sunderland is accredited by AdvanceHE to award Fellowships to our staff who meet the requirements of the UKPSF demonstrating to all stakeholders that the institution and the individual are committed to educational excellence.