Julie picks up 'outstanding' award

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Date: 13th Nov 2017

'Outstanding’ teaching was recognised when Bucks New University’s Julie Irwin picked up her National Teaching Fellowship (NTF).

The Assistant Director of Learning and Teaching is one of only 55 to receive the accolade this year and picked up her award on Wednesday 1 November.

The NTF recognises, rewards and celebrates individuals who have made an outstanding impact on student learning and the teaching profession.Julie Irwin

Julie was an A&E nurse and started at Bucks in 2002 as a Senior Lecturer in Nursing. She has since held various roles in the Faculty of Society & Health, before moving into the Learning and Teaching Directorate as the Academic Enhancement Manager and then to her current role in June 2016.

Julie said: “I never thought that life would take me from emergency nursing into Higher Education. I was thrilled to receive the honour of becoming a National Teaching Fellow and humbled by the supporting comments that people gave me to support my nomination. I had a fantastic night. It was great to meet and celebrate with the other NTF award winners.”

Julie is pictured here with Professor Rama Thirunamachandrian, Chair of HEA Board.

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