Celebrating Deakin’s 200th HEA Fellow
Banner image left to right: Professor Iain Martin, Vice-Chancellor of Deakin University; Dr Emma Marshall, Lecturer in Faculty of Health; Professor Lynn Riddell, Associate Dean, Teaching and Learning for Faculty of Health; Professor Liz Johnson, Deputy Vice-Chancellor, Academic; and Associate Professor Barbie Panther, Director of Teaching Capability in Deakin Learning Futures.
Deakin’s latest HEA Fellows were recently celebrated at the 2022 Deakin Community of HEA Fellows afternoon tea. Held on Thursday 26 May 2022 at Deakin Downtown, the event was a valuable opportunity for staff who are passionate about teaching and learning to meet and mingle with faculty executives and Faculty Associate Deans of Teaching and Learning. In attendance were Professor Iain Martin, Vice-Chancellor of Deakin University, Professor Liz Johnson, Deputy Vice-Chancellor, Academic and Professor Helen Partridge, Pro Vice-Chancellor of Teaching and Learning.
New HEA Fellows
The DeakinHE Fellowship Program provides those involved in learning and teaching with formal recognition of their teaching practice, impact and leadership. Liz Johnson, Deputy Vice-Chancellor, Academic stresses the importance of Fellowship: ‘The growing network of Fellows creates an important talent pool of learning leaders for Deakin. Fellowship also provides the rare opportunity for teaching staff to take a few moments to reflect on their own teaching practice.’
The newest addition of 93 staff awarded HEA Fellowship includes 13 Senior Fellows, 41 Fellow and 39 Associate Fellows.
‘Congratulations one and all,’ said Professor Iain Martin, Vice-Chancellor of Deakin University. ‘I would like to give a particular acknowledgement to sessional staff who made up a third of successful applicants. I would also like to acknowledge the mentors and assessors from the fellowship community who supported these individuals throughout the program.’
You can find a full list of Deakin HEA Fellows on the DeakinHub.
Deakin’s 200th Fellow
We’re excited to announce that Deakin’s 200th HEA Fellow through the accredited DeakinHE Fellowship Program is Emma Marshall, Lecturer from the School of Psychology. Emma has been recognised as a HEA Fellow through completion of the GradCertHELT pathway. Congratulations Emma!
2022 DeakinHE Fellowship afternoon tea
Apply for a HEA Fellowship
The DeakinHE Fellowship program provides teaching teams across the university with opportunities to apply for various categories of Fellowship as they move through their teaching journey. The next round of applications for DeakinHE Fellowship Program starts in July, to learn more register for the DeakinHE Fellowship information session on Tuesday 12 July from 11am-12pm. For more information visit the HEA Fellow Hub or email firstname.lastname@example.org.