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Teaching Excellence Framework

TEF Steering Committee

The role of the TEF Steering Committee is to ensure that King's College London is compliant with all relevant external regulations and to oversee the College's work on the Teaching Excellence and Student Outcomes Framework. 

The members of the TEF Steering Committee are:

Professor Nicola Phillips (Chair) Vice President & Vice-Principal of Education

Dr Rebecca Browett (Secretary)

Head of Education Strategy & Policy
Chris Mottershead Senior Vice President of Quality, Strategy & Innovation
Professor Evelyn Welch Senior Vice President / Provost (Arts &
Professor Louise Barriball Vice Dean (Education) Florence Nighingale Faculty of Nursing, Midwifery & Palliative Care
Professor Sally Everett Vice Dean (Education), King's Business School
Professor Adam Fagan Vice Dean (Education), Faculty of Social Science and Public Policy
Dr Juliet Foster Deputy Dean of Education, Insitute of Psychiatry, Psychology & Neuroscience
Professor Michael Kolling Vice Dean (Education), Faculty of Natural & Mathematical Sciences
Dr Tim Lancaster Dean of Medical Education
Mr James Lee Vice Dean (Education) Dickson Poon School of Law
Professor Ian McFadzean Dean of Bioscience Education
Professor Kim Piper Dean for Education, Faculty of Dentistry, Oral & Craniofacial Sciences
Dr Sabrina Poma Head of Professional Recognition & Development, King’s Academy  
Professor Jon Wilson Vice Dean (Education), Faculty of Arts & Humanities
Richard Salter Director of Analytics
Roscoe Hastings School Manager, Faculty of Life Sciences & Medicine
Gurbaaz Gill  Vice President Education (Arts & Sciences), KCLSU  
Rhiannon Owen  Vice President Education (Health), KCLSU 
Dan Alefounder TEF Manager, ARPC

Eirona Morgan

TEF Manager, ARPC

Katie Kelly

Compliance Manager, ARPC
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