The HEFi Awards were held at the Birmingham Botanical Gardens on 6th February. Over 100 members of staff from across the University attended to celebrate a range of outstanding achievements in teaching over the last 12 months including peer nominations for excellence, innovation and leadership, the award of a prestigious National Teaching Fellowship, success in the PGCHE and its forerunner the PCAP, and achieving fellowship of the HEA through the Beacon Scheme. Hosted by Professor Kathy Armour, Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Education), the evening had speeches from Professor Elaine Fulton, Deputy Director of Education in the College of Arts and Law, Stephen McAuliffe, Aacdemic Registrar and Dr Tom Harrison, Director of Education for the Jubilee Centre for Character and Virtues, and was a celebration of teaching excellence at Birmingham.
For further details of the winners of the HEFi Awards for Education Enhancement and Innovation see here.
A gallery of photographs from the evening can be seen here.