Enterprise news from University of Bristol

Written by Kate Beresford


Collaborative Award for Teaching Excellence

Advance HE has awarded the Centre for Innovation and Entrepreneurship at the University of Bristol with the Collaborative Award for Teaching Excellence (CATE) – an accolade which celebrates its collaborative work and the demonstrable impact it has on teaching and learning.

The Centre is educating the next generation of innovators and entrepreneurs, helping them to develop the adaptability, transdisciplinary and innovative thinking to make positive differences in an ever-changing world.

Professor Kirsten Cater, Academic Director of the Centre, said: “We are so proud to have received this Advance HE CATE award, which highlights the fantastic collaborative work within the team in the Centre.

“Successful collaboration across so many disciplines, backgrounds and partners, both internal and external, has been critical for the Centre’s multi-award-winning success and positive impact.”