The Centre is led by Dr Andy Pitchford and he is joined by Dr Jennifer Fraser, University Director of Student Partnership; Dr Tony Burke, Director of Curriculum Development; Christina Delistathi, Director of Westminster Foundation Pathways; Jacqueline Lynch, Director of Academic Professional Development (Interim); Terry Lamb, Professor of Languages and Interdisciplinary Pedagogy; Saire Jones, Education Development Partner; Dr Moonisah Usman, Lecturer; Dr Ugo Obibuaku, Lecturer; Venetia Tzanni, Lecturer; Stuart Peck, Lecturer; Fatima Maatwk, Lecturer; Martin Percy, Lecturer; Richard Paterson, Senior Lecturer; Dr Paul Breen, Senior Lecturer; Dr Julio Gimenez, Principal Lecturer; Katherine Mansfield, Lecturer; Mariangela Spinillo, Lecturer; James Fenton, Lecturer; Alex Rouault, CETI Course Administrator; and Sarah Chan You Fee, CETI Support Officer.
Andy Pitchford, Head of the Centre for Education and Teaching Innovation
As Head of the Centre for Education and Teaching Innovation, Andy has responsibility for leading on the Centre’s strategic approach and co-ordinating the work of its various teams. He works in partnership with all stakeholders at the University to build on the excellent teaching reputations of the Colleges and Schools. He has taught and researched in higher education for the past 30 years and has enjoyed a variety of leadership roles in academic and professional departments.
Tony Burke, Director of Curriculum Development
As Director of Curriculum Development, Tony has worked across the University promoting initiatives relating to learning and teaching, including developing learning communities and embedding employability in the curriculum. Currently he has a particular focus on working with course teams to support them in the development of new courses and in the review and revalidation of existing courses. Tony was awarded a National Teaching Fellowship in 2018.