Professor Richard Wilding of Cranfield University has been awarded a National Teaching Fellowship.
The National Teaching Fellowship Scheme and the Collaborative Award for Teaching Excellence showcase the outstanding impact of individuals and teams who teach or support learning in UK higher education.
Professor Sir Peter Gregson, Cranfield’s chief executive and vice-chancellor, said: “This is richly deserved recognition of Richard’s impact in his 20 years as a member of the Cranfield community. His expertise in the logistics, transport and supply chain management is recognised internationally and his contributions to the sector have continued to improve learning and teaching for the benefit of today’s students.”
Fifty four new National Teaching Fellows and 15 winning teams in the Collaborative Award for Teaching Excellence have been recognised.
Wilding said: “It is an honour and privilege to receive this national award. Teaching and education is not an individual activity, it also reflects on the dedicated professional colleagues I work with at Cranfield and within the logistics, transport and supply chain profession globally. Through our educational endeavours we have created significant economic, environmental and societal impact.”