Members of the Teaching Academy will spearhead effort in promoting excellence in teaching and learning at NUS. They will play a lead role in educational initiatives such as teaching and learning master classes and mentorship schemes.
To actively engage every section of the NUS community in transforming the educational landscape of the university.
The Academy is established as a unit under the Office of the Provost. It is made up of members called ‘Fellows’ and headed by an Executive Council. The Executive Council, with input from Academy members, serves to set the direction for the Academy, and make decisions about policy issues relating to the Academy.
The NUS Teaching Academy was established on 24 April 2009 at the University Awards 2009. New Fellows are inducted each year to the NUS Teaching Academy. Fellows will be appointed for a period of 3 years.