LITE seeks next generation of excellence and innovation leaders
The Leeds Institute for Teaching Excellence (LITE) is recruiting the next cohort of Excellence and Innovation Fellows (E&IFs) and Teaching Enhancement Project (TEP) Leaders for 2018.
Both roles focus on high quality teaching innovation, scholarship and leadership and further rubber stamp our commitment to and investment in award winning student education.
The Institute is looking to recruit up to four full time Excellence and Innovation Fellows through a full year secondment from September 2018. It is also seeking up to 10 TEP leaders, working on a 0.2 FTE secondment for a year from January 2018.
Dr Raphael Hallett, LITE Director, says: It has been an exciting first year for the Institute. Weve gone from strength to strength since our launch in October and our Excellence and Innovation Fellows and Teaching Enhancement Project Leaders have been at the heart of our success.
LITEs reputation as a sector leading community of research and innovation is growing fast, both nationally and internationally, and we want our next cohort of fellows and TEP leaders to be the torch bearers for teaching innovation and scholarship across the University of Leeds and beyond.
Both these roles are fantastic opportunities that cement the Universitys commitment to excellence and innovation in education.
More information including job description and how to apply for the LITE Excellence and Innovation Fellowship can be found on the website.
More information including job description and to apply for the LITE Teaching Enhancement Project Leaders can be found on the website.
To explore the post further or for any queries you may have, please contact Associate Professor Dr Raphael Hallett or by telephone +44 (0)113 343 4520.Posted in: University news