Dr Barry Ryan, a lecturer in Biochemistry at TU Dublin has been shortlisted for a Teaching and Learning Research Fellowship, one of Ireland's most prestigious national individual teaching and learning awards in higher education.
The fellowships are a joint initiative of the National Forum for the Enhancement of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education and the Irish Research Council. The fellowships will:
- Recognise, reward and celebrate those who have demonstrated a deep commitment to the enhancement of teaching and learning.
- Provide an opportunity for Fellows to share their knowledge and to expand their expertise;
- Provide a robust evidence base for future teaching and learning enhancement decision-making across the sector.
Speaking about the Teaching and Learning Research Fellowship, Dr Barry Ryan, said: "It is an honour to be shortlisted for the inaugural Irish National Forum for the Enhancement of Teaching and Learning Research Fellowships. These Fellowships recognise sustained commitment to teaching and learning practice and scholarship and will shape and inform the direction of Higher Education in Ireland. It is a great personal achievement to be considered for this Fellowship in light of ongoing developments in this space by our excellent colleagues".
Over the next two weeks, the National Forum for the Enhancement of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education will profile each nominee on their website with final fellowship winners due to be announced later this summer.
More information about the fellowships is available here.