Institution at the time of award - Queen Mary University of London
Professor Evelyn Welch is Vice Principal (Arts and Sciences) at King's College London, having previously been Professor of Renaissance Studies at Queen MaryUniversity of London, as well as Pro-Vice Chancellor (Teaching andLearning) at the University of Sussex. Noting that group work and assessmentwere still relatively rare in the Humanities, she introduced an innovativemodule entitled 'Ways of Looking' in 2005.
Helena Webster is Associate Dean(Academic) in the School of the BuiltEnvironment at Oxford Brookes University and Reader in Architecture. In herearly days at Brookes, Helena undertook action research projects which led toher promotion to Principal Lecturer in Learning and Teaching in2001 and the subsequent design of a School-wide Student Module Evaluationscheme which was recognised by the QAA as "best practice" in 2003 and hassubsequently been adopted by two other Schools in the University.
National Teaching Fellow 2005
Rogelio Vallejo is Senior Teaching Fellow and Co-ordinator of the Spanish Language Teaching Programme in the Department of Hispanic, Portuguese and Latin American Studies, University of Bristol.
He has contributed to develop cultural strategies and many projects outside the University: the production of the Spanish version of the 2002 British bid for the World Cup, translation and voice-overs of many BBC programmes, and his involvement in the Bristol Latin American Centre and Honorary Life Membership of the Bristol Spanish Circle are some examples.
National Teaching Fellow 2006
Institution at the time of award : York St John University
Simon Sweeney is currently Lecturer in International Business and International Political Economy at the University of York. Senior Lecturer International Business and Governance, at Sheffield Hallam University.
National Teaching Fellow 2006 Dr Susan Starkings is Head of Skills for Learning within the Centre for Learning Support and Development at London South Bank University (LSBU).
She has taught for the past 26 years in schools, further and higher education. Her expertise lies both in her academic field of Mathematics and Statistics and in developing cross-disciplinary support for basic skills for students from nontraditional backgrounds. She has also taught for the Open University and was a visiting lecturer in Finland, Pakistan and the United Arab Emirates.