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The Teaching and Scholarship Podcast

The Teaching and Scholarship Podcast is formerly a collaboration between The University of Southampton's Centre for Higher Education Practice (CHEP) and The Faculty of Medicine). Its future is associated with The University of Glasgow and will continue its good work north of the border. It is intended to be of interest to all teaching focused academics in higher education who strive towards teaching excellence and wish to innovate their practice. The podcast aims to promote and raise the profile of teaching excellence within university education.

May 4, 2022

Episode 41 continues the conversation with Dr Jason Organ from Indiana University, USA. Jason is an Associate Professor in anatomy, cell biology and physiology (as you know already!) contributing to much teaching, but also with a passion for scientific communication. We pick up the chat here with Jason explaining how...


Apr 1, 2022

For our 40th episode we have a chat with Dr Jason Organ from Indiana University over in the USA. Jason is an Associate Professor in anatomy, cell biology and physiology contributing to a lot of teaching, but also finding the time to pursue his research  interests in brittle bone disease. He is Co-Editor and Writer...


Mar 1, 2022

In episode 39 we chat to Niamh Stack who is the Deputy Head and Director of Teaching and Learning of the School of Psychology at The University of Glasgow (although not for much longer as she is leaving 😞). Niamh is interested in research on effective pedagogy, curriculum enhancement and graduate skills, so she is...


Feb 1, 2022

In Episode 38 we have a chat with senior medical student Charlie Taylor who, during his time studying medicine at Southampton, has entered into business with some friends to develop Sina Medical Technology. Sina enables patients to diagnose, monitor and rehabilitate their injury directly from their phone. We chat...


Jan 4, 2022

In episode 37 we chat with Chris Finlay who is a Professor of Life Sciences Education within the School of Life Sciences at The University of Glasgow. His key role is Chief Advisor of Studies, so Chris has been at the heart of student related matters and welfare throughout the pandemic. We catch up with him about that,...