Cross-faculty working reaps top national award

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Project TIGERS was one of 15 teams that were awarded a top national Advance HE Collaborative Award for Teaching Excellence (CATE) in August for a CEBE app that maximises student engagement.

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Birmingham City University

The team, representing three of BCU’s four faculties, collected the award in Manchester last week.

The digital project won for its innovative approach to delivering targeted and accessible student support within CEBE through the University Assistant app.

The University received the accolade alongside other HE institutions such as Brunel University, London, and Bristol University for their projects, which will also be shared as best practice across the wider sector to benefit students and staff.

Pictured: (left to right) Assistant Lecturer and CEBE alumnus Wil Vincent, Head of CEBE SSA Team and CEBE alumna Stephanie-Nicole Szabo, SSA and BLSS alumna Sunnah Yaqoob, SSA and CEBE alumnus Nathan Dewell, Professor Nick Morton, Assistant Lecturer and CEBE alumnus Liam Matthews-Dibbins, CDT Placement Student Rosemary Ambrose-Odulaja, CDT Placement Student Owen Wright, University Assistant Project manager and ADM alumnus Amar Masonde, CEBE Alumnus Cameron McCulloch-Keeble, Professor Hanifa Shah.

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