Leeds academics recognised for outstanding contribution to student experience


Three academics at the University of Leeds have been recognised for their outstanding contribution to higher education with National Teaching Fellowships.

Professor Bee Bond from the Language Centre and Professor Karen Burland from the School of Music have both been awarded National Teaching Fellowships (NTF) for their work at Leeds.

Dr Nick Cartwright, from the School of Law, has also been awarded a NTF through a nomination from his previous institution, the University of Northampton.

The National Teaching Fellowship Scheme (NTS) recognises individuals who have made an exceptional contribution to student outcomes and the teaching profession.