Profile of Anne Tierney, Senior University Teacher, School of Life Sciences, College of Medical, Veterinary & Life Sciences, University of Glasgow.

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Anne Tierney is a University Teacher within the Faculty of Biomedical and Life Sciences. She is part of a teaching team of three University Teachers who provide support for the Level One Biology course. 
  • First name: Anne
  • Last name: Tierney
  • Email address: Anne.Tierney@glasgow.ac.uk
  • Business phone: 0141 330 8480
  • Occupation: University Teacher

Teaching Responsibilities

  • Joint co-ordinator of Business & the Biosciences Final Year option
  • Commercial Projects Manager
  • Deputy Co-ordinator, Biology 1A
  • Science Faculties' Employability Programme Officer
  • AUL@W Project Pilot Partner (2006-2010)
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Collaborations

  • Illinois Initiative on Transparency in Learning & Teaching in Higher Education
  • Reflective diaries, School of Social & Political Sciences, University of Glasgow
  • REAP Project, University of Strathclyde
  • ETL Project, University of Edinburgh
  • SOS Tobago Marine Turtle Conservation
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Research Interests

  • Enquiry-Based Learning
  • Large and Small Group Teaching
  • Employability
  • Work-Related Learning
  • Research-Teaching Linkages
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Conference Organisation

  • 2013 Can we measure the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning? HEA workshop series, University of Reading
  • 2012 SoTL Performance Index, HEA Workshop series, University of Glasgow
  • 2011 Teaching in HE for postgraduates and postdoctoral fellow, Anglia Ruskin University 
  • 2011 Teaching in HE for postgraduates and postdoctoral fellow, University of Cardiff
  • 2011 Teaching in HE for postgraduates and postdoctoral fellow, University of Reading
  • 2011 Teaching in HE for postgraduates and postdoctoral fellow, University of Ulster
  • 2011 Teaching in HE for postgraduates and postdoctoral fellow, University of Aberdeen
  • 2010 Teaching in HE for postgraduates and postdoctoral fellow, University of Manchester
  • 2010 Teaching in HE for postgraduates and postdoctoral fellow, University of Glasgow
  • 2009 Creativity in Science, HEA Bioscience Subject Centre, University of Glasgow
  • 2007 Scottish HE Bioscience Teachers' Meeting, University of Glasgow
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Committees

  • Community for Educational Scholarship
  • Employability Strategy Committee
  • Science Faculties' Employability Management Group
  • AUL@W Local Management Group
  • Level One Biology Management Group
  • Audio Feedback Committee
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Peer-reviewed Papers

Tierney, A. (2012) "Social Entrepreneurship and Event Management", 37th Improving University Teaching International Conference, University of Innsbruck, July 24-27th.

Tierney, A. (2012) "Undergraduate interns as staff developers: flowers in the desert" Innovations in Education and Teaching International, 49(1), 7-17.

Tierney, A., Butler, E., Gibson, H., Gardiner, K., McCluskey, K. & Sawyer, K. (2011) "ScotPID - A model of collaboration" 36th International Conference, Improving University Teaching, Bielefeld, Germany, July 19-22.

Tierney, A. & Tatner, M. (2010) Student-led development of enquiry-based learning materials in a Business course for Bioscience students” Learning & Teaching in Higher Education, University of Gloucester

Tierney, A., Tatner, M. & Butler, E. (2010) Online Reflective Diaries: Using Technology to Strengthen the Learning Experience Proceedings, 35th Improving University Teaching International Conference: Using Scholarship to Enhance Learning Resources, Washington D.C.

Tierney, A. (2010) The Impact of a Faculty Learning Community on the Academic Identity of a group of University Teachers” Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference, Academic Identities for the 21st Century, University of Strathclyde.

Tierney, A. (2010) Learner Identities: Undergraduate Interns as Staff Developers – Development of an Identity within the Wider Community” Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference, Academic Identities for the 21st Century, University of Strathclyde.

MacKenzie, J., Bell, S., Bohan, J., Brown, A., Burke, J., Cogdell. B., Jamieson, S., McAdam, J., McKerlie, R., Morrow, L. I., Paschke, B., Rea, P. & Tierney, A. (2010). “From anxiety to empowerment: A Learning Community of University Teachers. Teaching in Higher Education **

Pritchard, J. et al (2008)”Developing the Enquiring Student and Enhancing the Research-Teaching Interface: Student-led Pedagogical Research and Educational Initiatives in Enquiry-Based LearningPractice and Evidence of the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education, Vol 3, No 1, pp6-19 http://www.pestlhe.org.uk

Tierney, A.M. & Sinclair, G, (2006)“Be a Biotech Buddy – Enterprise Competition for Bioscience StudentsPractice and Evidence of the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education, Vol 1, No 2, pp94-106 http://www.pestlhe.org.uk

Tierney, A. M., Brown, A. & Neil, D. (2006)“Tackling Plagiarism in the Level One Biology Class – A Work in ProgressPractice and Evidence of the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education, Vol 1, No 1, pp13-21 http://www.pestlhe.org.uk

Bell, S et al (2006)“University of Glasgow University Teachers’ Learning CommunityPractice and Evidence of the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education, Vol 1, No 1, pp 3-12 http://www.pestlhe.org.uk

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Workshops

Appreciative Inquiry Facilitator Training, University of Notre Dame, Fremantle, Perth, WA, July 7-10, 2011.

Facilitator, Institute for Aboriginal Health Summer Science Program, College of Health Disciplines, University of British Columbia, Canada, 2009

HEA Bioscience Subject Centre:

 First Year Practicals: Their Role in Developing Future Bioscientists

 

http://www.bioscience.heacademy.ac.uk/

events/themes/1styrpracticals.aspx 

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Invited Seminars

Tierney, A. M. (2013) "Using Semantic Differential to Measure Perceptions of Academic Identity", University of Durham


Tierney, A. M. & Yao, E. (2013) "Engaging First Year Students in Employability", Queen's University, Belfast.


Tierney, A. M. (2013) "A primer for bioscientists on the essential principles for good pedagogy in HE" Postgraduates who teach event, HEA, Kingston University.


Tierney, A. M. (2013) "Letting Students into the Secret - Using Bloom's Taxonomy for Transparent Learning" Academic Development Seminars and Workshops Series, University of Bristol


Tierney, A. M. (2012) "Using an organisational development model as a means to investigate and improve feedback" Faculty of Life Science, University of Manchester


Tierney, A. M. (2011) "Appreciative Inquiry Activity" Higher Education Academy Centre for Bioscience Reps' Meeting, University of Birmingham

 

Tierney, A. M. (2011) "Three hour labs: Breaking the mould of cookbook science", Engaging Bioscience Students in Pracitcal Work, University of Bristol.


Tierney, A. M. (2011) "Networking events for postgraduates who teach", HERDSA, Western Australia branch, Notre Dame University, Fremantle, WA.

 


Tierney, A. M. (2010) "Using Moodle to enhance student learning - Never give up on a good thing ", Learning Technology Lunchtime Seminars, University of Glasgow

 

Tierney, A. M. (2010) "Using reflective diaries in summative assessment" Higher Education Academy Centre for Bioscience Representatives' Forum, University of Cardiff.


 

Tierney, A. M. (2009) “Enquiry-Based Learning in a Multidisciplinary Group”, Staff  Development Series, University of British Columbia, Canada.

 


Tierney, A. M. (2008) "Commercial projects for final year bioscience students", Student Research in the Biosciences: "Why?" and "How?", HEA Bioscience Subject Centre, University of Nottingham

 

Tierney, A.M. (2006) “Strategies to deal with PlagiarismGlasgow Caledonian University, Zest Staff Development Programme, 30th November.

 

Tierney, A. M. (2005)“Small Group Teaching for Level One Biology Students”, Effective Group Work, Higher Education Academy, University of Abertay, October

 

Tierney, A. M. (2005)“Assessment of Lifestyle Project”, Effective Group Work, Higher Education Academy, University of Abertay, October

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Seminars

Tierney, A. (2012) "Social Entrepreneurship and Event Management", 37th Improving University Teaching International Conference, University of Innsbruck, July 24-27th.

Tierney, A. (2012) "Combining Theory and Practice in Course Design", Qualititative Approaches to Pedagogical Research in the Biosciences, University of Leicester, HEA STEM Seminar Series.

Tierney, A. & Aidulis, D. (2012) "The Reflective Practitioner", Support for Teaching, College of Medicine, Veterinary and Life Sciences Annual Conference in Educational Scholarship, University of Glasgow.

Tierney, A. (2012) "Blooming Bioscientists", HEA STEM Conference, 11-12th April, Imperial College, London.

Tierney, A. (2012) "Using an Organisational Development Model for Effective Teamwork for Bioscientists" Researchers - Teachers - Learners: We're all in this together, Society for Experimental Biology, London, March 27-29th.

Tierney, A. & Tatner, M. (2011) "Blooming Bioscientists" 36th International Conference, Improving University Teaching, Bielefeld, Germany, July 19-22.

Tierney, A., Perkins, J. & Shearer, M. (2011) "Engaging postgraduates in teaching and learning – networking events" Effective Learning in the Biosciences, Higher Education Academy, University of Edinburgh.

Tierney, A. & Tatner, M. (2011) "Diagnosis Microbes" Effective Learning in the Biosciences, Higher Education Academy, University of Edinburgh.

Tierney, A., Butler, E., Gibson, H., Gardiner, K., McCluskey, K. & Sawyer, K. (2011) "ScotPID - A model of collaboration" 36th International Conference, Improving University Teaching, Bielefeld, Germany, July 19-22.

Tierney, A., Butler, E., McCluskey, K. & Sawyer, K., Gardiner, K. (2011) "The use of reflective diaries in summative assessment" QAA Scotland Enhancement Themes conference, Heriot-Watt University.

Tierney, A., Tatner, M. & Butler, E. (2010) “Online Reflective Diaries: Using Technology to Strengthen the Learning Experience” 35th Improving University Teaching Conference: Using Scholarship to Enhance Learning Resources, Washington D.C.

Tierney, A. M. (2010) “The Impact of a Faculty Learning Community on the Academic Identity of a Group of University Teachers” Academic Identities for the 21st Century, 2nd International Conference, University of Strathclyde (abstract submitted 15/12/09)

Tierney, A. M. (2010) “Learner Identities: Undergraduate Interns as Staff Developers – Development of an Identity within the Wider Community” Academic Identities for the 21st Century, 2nd International Conference, University of Strathclyde (abstract submitted 15/12/09)

Butler, E. & Tierney, A. (2010) “Online Reflexive Diaries: Embedding deep learning and personal development through assessment and feedback 3rd Annual University of Glasgow Learning & Teaching Conference, Enabling Transitions: into, through and out of university.

Scott, P., Finlay, C., Gillespie, A., Reid, I. Tatner, M. & Tierney, A. (2010) “Student attitude to audio versus written feedback” 3rd Annual University of Glasgow Learning & Teaching Conference, Enabling Transitions: into, through and out of university.

Tierney, A. M. (2009) “Postgraduates and Post-doctoral Fellows – Teaching in HE”, HEA Centre for Bioscience Reps’ Meeting, University of Birmingham.

Tierney, A. M. (2009) “Enquiry-Based Learning in a Multidisciplinary Group”, Science Learning & Teaching Conference, HEA Centre for Bioscience, Heriot Watt University.

Tierney, A. M. (2008) “Commercial Projects for Final Year Students” Student Research in the Biosciences: “How” and “Why”? University of Nottingham.


  Tierney, A. M. (2008) “How student interns tackle staff development rolesHEA Bioscience Reps’ Conference, University of Newcastle, September.

Tierney, A. M., Storck, L. & Thomson, K. (2008) “Student-Led Enquiry-Based Learning Enquiry Based Learning, SoTL Conference, University of Glasgow, March.

Tierney, A. M. & Tatner, M. F. (2007) “Business  the Biosciences – An Innovative ApproachLTC Lunchtime Seminar Series, University of Glasgow, October.

Tierney, A. M. (2007) “Employability for Science Students HEA Bioscience Scottish Reps’ meeting, University of Abertay, March.

Kelly, C., Sinclair, G & Tierney, A.M. (2006) “Be a Biotech Buddy – A Student’s PerspectiveSoTL Conference, University of Glasgow, 19th September, 2006.

McColl, J & Tierney, A.M. (2006) “Employability in the Science Faculties – Year 2LTC Lunchtime Seminar Series, University of Glasgow

Tierney, A.M. (2006) “Tackling Plagiarism in a Level One Biology Class.SoTL Conference, University of Glasgow, April.

Downie, J.R, McColl, J & Tierney, A. M. (2005)“Designing and Delivering Employability Interventions Across the Science Faculties”, HE Academy, Employability for Non-Vocational Courses, University of Glasgow

McColl, J. & Tierney, A.M.(2005) “Developing an Employability Programme for the Faculties of ScienceTLS Lunchtime Seminar Series, University of Glasgow 

Tierney, A. M. & McCart, A.“Employability for Bioscience: A Partnership Approach.”, Employability in the Curriculum, LTSN, University of Glasgow, 2004

 

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Case Studies

Tierney, A. & Sykes, A. (2011) "Using Peerwise in a Large First Year Biology Class" in Self- and Peer-Assessment: Guidance on Practice in the Biosciences, Teaching Bioscience: Enhancing Learning Series, Paul Orsmond, Stephen Maw (ed), The Higher Education Academy UK Centre for Bioscience

 

Tierney, A. M & Sinclair, G. (2006) “Be a Biotech Buddy” available online at http://www.bioscience.heacademy.ac.uk/projects/enterprise/#case

 

Tierney, A. M., Brown, A. C. D. & Dominy, P.J. (2006) “Using online databases and predictive modelling to develop student understanding of human population growth and global food demand” Effective Use of IT: Guidance on Practice in the Biosciences., Stephen Maw & Jackie Wilson, Eds. The HE Academy Centre for Bioscience.

 

Tierney, A.M & McColl, J. (2006)“Science Faculties’ Employability Project”,“Enhancing Students' Employability: Innovative Projects from Across the Curriculum.” Macfarlane, D. and Roy, A., Eds. Glasgow: Quality Assurance Agency for Higher Education.pp47-53, available online at: http://www.enhancementthemes.ac.uk/

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Employability_Innovative_Projects_Across_Curriculum.pdf

 

 “Overview of Level One Biology at the University of Glasgow” Case Study, “First & Final Years in Undergraduate Biology”, The Higher Education Academy Centre for  Bioscience, Edinburgh University*

 

“Level One Biology: Feedback Using Peer Assessment”, Student Enhanced Learning through Feedback, LTSN Generic Centre, SENLEF Project, 2004.http://www.bioscience.heacademy.ac.uk/

ftp/casestudies/SENLEF_TierneyL1.doc

 

“Level One Biology Pertussis Assignment: Feedback in Problem Based Learning (PBL) Sessions”, Student Enhanced Learning through Feedback, LTSN Generic Centre, SENLEF Project, 2004. http://www.bioscience.heacademy.ac.uk/

ftp/casestudies/SENLEF_Tierney_p.doc

 

“The AIDS Project: A Case Study”, Teaching & Learning Service Student Centred Learning Case Study, University of Glasgow, 2003. 

 

“The Alien Squirrel: A Case Study”, Teaching & Learning Service Student Centred Learning Case Study, University of Glasgow, 2003. 

 

The final report of the ETL project. L1 Biology acted as a case study and were invited to present at the meeting in Edinburgh and Bath. (marked *)Hounsell, D., McCune, V., Litjens, J. and Hounsell, J.  (2006)  SubjectOverview Report: Biosciences.   Universities of Edinburgh, Durham and Coventry: ETL Project.  http://www.ed.ac.uk/etl.

 

 

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Articles, Interviews & Posters

 Scott, P., Finlay, C., Gillespie, A., Reid, I. Tatner, M. & Tierney, A. (2012) “Audio feedback in a large first year undergraduate biology class” Researchers - Teachers - Learners: We're all in it together! Society for Experimental Biology, London, 27-29th March.

Tierney, A., Perkins, J. & Shearer, M. (2011) "Development of Networking Events for Postgraduates who Teach" HEA UK Centre for Bioscience Reps' Forum, University of Birmingham.

 Tierney, A., Perkins, J. & Shearer, M. (2011) "Development of Networking Events for Postgraduates who Teach" 36th International Conference, Improving University Teaching, Bielefeld, Germany, July 29-22.

 Tierney, A. & Reid, I. (2009) “ICR for Streamlining Assessment” UK Centre for Bioscience Bulletin, No 28, p4

Hejmadi, M., Huxham, M., Morris, N., Rolfe, V. & Tierney, A. (2009) “Reward & Recognition: University Teaching Fellows” UK Centre for Bioscience Bulletin, No 27, p2

Tierney, A., Perkins, J. & Shearer, M. (2010) "Teaching in the Biosciences: An introduction for postgraduates and postdoctoral fellows" HEA Centre for Bioscience Reps' Meeting, University of Cardiff

Scott, P., Finlay, C., Gillespie, A., Reid, I. Tatner, M. & Tierney, A. (2010) “Audio feedback in a large first year undergraduate biology class” Improving University Teaching, 35th International Conference, Washington D.C.**

Tierney, A. M. (2009) “The development of community identity as a consequence of student-led development of enquiry-based learning. Improving University Teaching, 34th International Conference, Simon Fraser University, Vancouver, Canada.***

Edmond et al (2009) “Use of Moodle discussion forums to facilitate group projects in a large first year class” Science Learning & Teaching Conference, Heriot Watt University.**

University of Glasgow Newsletter Issue 276.Science Faculties’ Employability Programme”.

University of Glasgow Newsletter Issue 280.Business & the Biosciences”.

 

“Students enter the Dragon’s Den” Holyrood Magazine Education & Skills Policy Supplement, October 2006.  William Peakin pp24-25.

 

Tierney, A. M. & Tatner, M. F.“Commercial Projects, an Innovative Way to Enhance Student EmployabilityQAA Enhancement Themes, Heriot-Watt University, 2008


 

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Professional Memberships

Member, Society for Experimental Biology
2011
Academic Associate, Higher Education Academy
2011

SFUW is part of the IFUW, an international organisation which promotes and supports women in university research.

The Higher Education Academy promotes good practice in learning and teaching in HE and FE in the UK and Ireland. I am the institutional rep for the Bioscience subject centre. I pass on material from the Centre to other members of staff, contribute to their good practice guides, provide case studies, give presentations and help to organise conferences. http://www.bioscience.heacademy.ac.uk/

The NCGE promotes student enterprise and entrepreneurship, bringing together academics, students and employers. http://www.ncge.org

This twelve month long Learning Community brought together University Teachers from bioscience, chemistry, education, psychology and dentistry to explore the nature of the Scholarship of Teaching & Learning with a view to informing university policy with regards to probation and promotion of the new category of academic staff: the University Teacher. The Learning Community was founded on the Miami model proposed by MIlton Cox. The community also published two peer-reviewed papers, one describing the initial phase of the community, the second describing the conclusions of the community, twelve months later.

The Higher Education Academy promotes innovative teaching and good practice in UK Higher Education. http://www.heacademy.ac.uk

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Education History

Thesis Title: Factors Affecting Engagement with SoTL by Life Science Academics in UK HEIs.

Practitioner Research (MSc) at University of Strathclyde
2010 - 2012

A portfolio course for mid-career academics who wish to consolidate their expertise of the Scholarship of Teaching & Learning.

Masters in Education in Higher Education. The course included research methods, critical analysis of higher education issues, and was taught by group discussion and exploration of relevant literature. Assessment of the diploma was by a literature review and research proposal, and the Masters by dissertation of a piece of educational research. Literature Review: A comparison of Enquiry-Based Learning and Traditional Teaching Methods. Research Proposal: Students' Perceptions of Teaching Academics Research Dissertation: Effects of Adopting a Staff Role on the Confidence and Identity of Undergraduate Students

The Finnish National Centre for Professional Development in Education (OPEKO) and Helsinki University offered this module as part of a Masters course. 2006 was the pilot year and I was accepted on to the course because of my previous experience with EBL. The course was delivered online and I worked with academics and school teachers from the UK, Scandinavia and the Nordic countries and Russia.

One year course exploring the techniques for teaching English to speakers of other languages.

Part-time course to introduce teaching and learning methods in Higher Education.

Masters course to introduce the concepts of business to postgraduate students, couched in technology. Masters dissertation: Comparison of Hierarchical and Object-Oriented Database Models.

2(i) Honours course in Botany, including traditional taxonomy and identification, plant physiology, biochemistry, plant pathology and molecular biology. Final year dissertation: Co-translational disassembly of Potato Virus X (PVX). Tobacco Mosaic Virus (TMV) particles can be disassembled by ribosomes which strip the viral coat proteins from the nucleic acid core whilst simultaneously translating the RNA contained within. The project attempted to recreate this using PVX, as the structure of the viral particles is similar to that of TMV. This was done using an in vitro wheatgerm translation system.

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Employment History

I was employed by the University of Otago, New Zealand, for ten weeks, in their first year molecular course, CELS191. Just like Glasgow, but with 1700 students.

The Science Faculties' Employability Programme aims to give first and second year students in the three faculties of science at the University of Glasgow opportunities to explore career choices in their area of interest. The course also allows students the opportunity to identify and articulate experience and skills which contribute to their portfolio of graduate attributes.

In the thirteen years that I have worked at the University of Glasgow, the job has had several titles - Teaching Assistant, Associate Lecturer, Faculty Teaching Assistant and finally, University Teacher. I am part of a team of three UTs who look after the Level One Biology class, with approximately 750 students per year. We teach on the practical classes and develop innovative methods of engagement. I am also the Science Faculties' Employability Programme Officer, and have developed the Employability Programme for Science Students in Levels One and Two. I am currently looking at ways to engage first and second year students in personal development planning, using Maraha! From my interest in Employability, I became involved in Work Related Learning. I am a pilot partner for the AUL@W Project and joint co-ordinator for a final year option called Business & the Biosciences. We also offer bioscience students commercial Honours projects.

Administration assistant for the IBLS RAE Database.

EU Outreach programme to promote Further Education rural areas. I worked in Argyll with local unemployed people to help them with IT and software applications.

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Certifications, Accreditations, and Awards

Institutional project to develop achievable criteria for reward and recognition in teaching, learning and scholarship posts. £20,000

Online support for distance students, £12,000

Appreciative Inquiry (Ai) is an organisational development model, based on the work of David Cooperrider, which focuses on the positive in order to realise the potential of organisations. It is particularly effective during times of change or upheaval. In the context of education, I have been using it with undergraduates to form effective teamworking strategies.

I was shortlisted for the 2010 Ed Wood Teaching Award, from the HEA Centre for Bioscience. My topic of interest was reflective writing, using online blogs in Mahara. More details, and the casse study, can be found at: http://www.bioscience.heacademy.ac.uk/funding/recognition/finalists.aspx

This award was for best poster at the 35th Improving University Teaching International Conference, in Washington DC. The topic of the poster was audio feedback, which I have been working on with Pam Scott, Chris Finlay, Mary Tatner, Allison Gillespie and Ian Reid.

Enquiry into perceptions of Graduate Teaching Assistants in two STEM areas. £10,000

I was awarded £7000 to develop events for postgraduates interested in developing their teaching and receiving recognition for it. This work is done with Joy Perkins, Aberdeen University, and Morven Shearer, St. Andrews University. So far we have held events in Glasgow and Manchester, and are planning further events in Cambridge, Cardiff, London and Belfast.

I was awarded £2830, with Mary Tatner, to develop new microbiology labs for Level One Biology. The materials can also be used and adapted by other institutions.

Online groupwork using Moodle £30,000

I was invited to the University of Otago, New Zealand, on a three month teaching exchange, to work with the Teaching Fellows who have a similar role in Otago to the University Teachers in Glasgow. I worked with the Teachng Fellows on CELS191, the molecular biology first year course, developing feedback and new practicals, and leading lab sessions for the CELS191 course.

Teaching exchange with University of Otago, New Zealand to explore the possibility of an undergraduate exchange programme. £2,500

£2830 for Student Enquiry Based Learning development. Two third year students were employed over the summer of 2007 to work with a group of seven undergraduates to develop EBL materials for undergraduate courses. The bioscience students developed a discussion exercise centred on enzymes, including calculations and data presentation, and an exercise on microscopy.

£1200 for marine turtle conservation in Tobago, West Indies.

£850 for marine turtle conservation in Tobago, West Indies.

Science Faculties' Employabiliy Project Personal Development Planning Pilot £10,000

£1200 per month for 0.2 FTE buyout to develop Business & the Bioscience and Commercial Projects. Revenue currently stands at ~£25,000

£1500 for marine turtle conservation in Tobago, West Indies.

Science Faculties' Employability Project Pilot Year 2 £10,000

Business & the Biosciences - Innovation in teaching £5000

Science Faculties' Employability Project Pilot £10,000

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