Kelly Louise Preece, NTF 2022
Kelly was awarded her National Teaching Fellowship in 2022 in recognition of her sector leading work in Researcher Development. Kelly was the first member of Professional Services staff at the University of Exeter to be awarded a NTF, and is now both the Head of Academic Development and Teaching Excellence Awards Lead (TEAL) for the Unversity, supporting our future NTF and CATE winners.
Professor Nicky King, NTF 2022
Nicky is Associate Pro-Vice-Chancellor, Education (ESE) and Professor of Natural Sciences Education. Her NTF award recognised the work she has done over many years leading innovation in interdisciplinary education in particular Natural Sciences education at Exeter and as Chair of the Society for Natural Science. It also recognises work in student support, educational leadership and technology enhanced learning.
Dr. Sara Burton, NTF 2020
As Senior Lecturer and microbial ecologist, Dr Sara Burton has worked at universities and in industry; moreover, roles within the Microbiology Society have allowed her to support and develop microbiology education internationally. Biosciences student employability enhancement and teaching laboratory design and delivery have been amongst her varied education roles.
Professor Adam Feldman, NTF 2020
Adam Feldman brings unique, highly diverse, multidisciplinary skills from a 20-year career in orthopaedic surgery to a second career in engineering academia and education at the University of Exeter’s Department of Renewable Energy. As undergraduate programme-lead, his subject has been voted twice consecutively for ‘Best Subject of Study’ at the University.
Dr. Andrew Pye, NTF 2018
Dr Andrew Pye is Associate Professor in Biological Sciences at the University of Exeter. He was recognised:
- Person centred approach to education, with a strong emphasis on fairness and inclusivity.
- Personal tutoring and peer support for undergraduate students.
- Support for staff on AdvanceHE accredited training programmes.
Dr. Greta Bosch, NTF 2018
Dr Greta Bosch joined academia full time in 2002, teaching civil law and common law, as well as researching in human rights. She has always held a keen interest in internationalisation, promoting a diversified and varied teaching experience. She has received a number of merit awards for excellent teaching practice since 2010: Best provider of feedback in Law - Students Guild Awards 2010, Exeter Teaching Fellowship Awards 2011 and 2013, Senior Fellow of HEA 2012, Annual Merit Awards 2012, 2013, 2014, Exeter Above and Beyond Gold and Silver Awards 2015, 2015/16, 2017.
Professor Sarah Dyer, NTF 2016
Sarah is the Chair in Digital Education at the University of Manchester
Dr. Richard Winsley, NTF 2012
After completing his PhD in paediatric exercise science Dr Richard Winsley became a clinical exercise physiologist in the NHS, working within a busy cardiac rehabilitation department and running a GP exercise referral scheme. Richard is currently the Director of Education and Student Experience and Professor of Sport and Health Sciences.
Professor Paul Farrand, NTF 2012
Paul Farrand works within Clinical Education Development and Research (CEDAR), specialising in clinical education and training in evidence-based psychological interventions. He is Professor of Evidence Based Psychological Practice and Research/Director of Portfolio: Low Intensity CBT.
Mr. Will Katene, NTF 2011
Will Katene began teaching in the mid 1980s and has extensive experience in teaching physical education (PE) to secondary school pupils and lecturing in PE, Sport Sciences and education to students at undergraduate and postgraduate level. He is currently Senior Lecturer in Physical Education / Subject Lead Secondary PGCE Physical Education.
Professor Karen Mattick, NTF 2005
Karen is the Professor of Medical Education. She was awarded her NTF for her work on early career health professionals: how they apply their undergraduate learning to team working within complex health systems, and health professions education and wellbeing, and the organisational contexts that support these.
Professor G.J. Melendez-Torres, NTF 2023
G.J. is Professor of Clinical and Social Epidemiology and was recognised for his contributions to public health teaching at Exeter, including development of the Master of Public Health programme; as well as for contributions to public health capacity-building nationally through strategic roles, and internationally through direct work with universities in the Global South.
Dr. Catherine Gallop, NTF 2023
Through her work as Associate Professor and Director of CEDAR / Clinical Training (PGT), Catherine has become one of the most recognised local and national contemporary educators and transformative leaders within clinical training and has evidenced exceptional, innovative and world class reach, value and impact in relation to the growth and development of the psychological workforce.