Two more Senior Fellows at Liverpool

Dr Nick Greeves from the department of Chemistry and Ms Liz Crolley from the Management School have become Senior Fellows of the Higher Education Academy (HEA).

Senior Fellowship is awarded by the HEA to University teachers who demonstrate the knowledge, experience and professional values associated with excellent learning and teaching. In addition, Senior Fellows demonstrate substantial experience of co-ordination, support and mentoring of others.

Dr Greeves and Ms Crolley are each the first member of staff in their faculty to gain this recognition of their professional skills and expertise. There are now three Senior Fellows of the HEA at Liverpool, who will be actively engaged in promoting participation in continuing professional development in learning and teaching, as well as encouraging colleagues to apply for Fellowship of ULTRA, the University of Liverpool Teaching and Recognition and Accreditation Framework.

ULTRA is expected to achieve HEA accredited status soon, meaning that Liverpool University staff can apply for Fellowship through the internal scheme, and gain HEA fellowship at the same time. More information on ULTRA is available, or please contact Dr Janis McIntyre at

Janis McIntyre