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TWO veterinary academics, described as ‘outstanding’ by their universities, have been awarded National Teaching Fellowships by the Higher Education Academy. The fellowships are considered the most prestigious awards available to teachers in the UK higher education system and recognise individuals who have made an outstanding impact on student learning and the teaching profession.
Liz Mossop, associate professor of veterinary education at the University of Nottingham's School of Veterinary Medicine and Science, will join eight other Nottingham academics who hold National Teaching Fellowships. In her role as sub-dean for teaching, learning and assessment, Dr Mossop has a remit to lead undergraduate teaching. However, the university explains that she also pioneers cutting-edge research into veterinary education, its design and delivery and the assessment of veterinary students.