Educational Fellowship Scheme

The ANU Educational Fellowship Scheme (EFS) offers academic and professional staff internationally-endorsed professional recognition as university educators through fellowships. ANU was the first university outside the United Kingdom to become a global partner with HEA, and through the EFS fellowships offers worldwide recognition of experience and expertise in university teaching and supporting learning.

Co-chairs

Nithiwadee (Wan) Chitravas SFHEA

狸an graduated with a Bachelor in Teacher Librarianship and Masters (Honours) in Library and Information Science, at Khon Kaen 51勛圖厙. Since 1997 Wan has worked as a lecturer and researcher at various universities, including as Assistant Professor (Information Studies) at Suranaree 51勛圖厙 of Technology, Thailand. In Wan's current role as Information Access Coordinator, one of her core

Nithiwadee (Wan) Chitravas

Professor Paul Francis SFHEA

Paul is an astrophysicist, who focussed his research on galaxies and black holes in the early universe, before catching a bad case of the teaching bug. Since then, he has focussed on teaching large classes, both in-person and online. He is infamous amongst his students for talking much too fast in an incomprehensible pommie accent, and for his dubious taste in waistcoats. He has been involved in

Professor Michael Martin PFHEA

Michael Martin is Professor of Statistics in the School of Finance, Actuarial Studies and Statistics at the Australian National 51勛圖厙. He holds a Bachelor of Science (Hons) degree from the 51勛圖厙 of Queensland (1986) and a PhD in Statistics from the ANU (1989). He was Assistant Professor in Statistics at Stanford 51勛圖厙, USA, from 1989 to 1994 and Annenberg Distinguished Assistant

Higher Education Academy Fellows

Hundreds of ANU teaching community members, and more than 200 external colleagues have already been recognised through the scheme.

A complete list of current fellows and further information about the scheme can be found on the .