Bernard Moss, Professor in Social Work Education and Spirituality at Staffordshire University, presented his inaugural lecture to a full house.
Entitled: 'Teaching the un-teachable? Spirituality, Health and Social Care’, Bernard recently delivered his talk to a packed Staffordshire University Television Centre.
The lecture was part of HEalth Factor 08, a week-long series of events which showcased the University’s diverse health and social care provision.
Bernard’s lecture not only celebrated his professorial status but also coincided with the announcement that he has been made a Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (SFHEA).
Senior Fellow status is the highest accolade in the Higher Education Academy’s three-tier professional standards framework.
The award follows national recognition of Professor Moss’ outstanding achievements in teaching and enhancing the student learning experience, combined with excellence in scholarship and academic leadership.
“Naturally I am delighted, both for myself but also for the University and its ever growing reputation,” added Bernard.
The Higher Education Academy is dedicated to supporting those who are passionate about creating the best possible student experience.
Professor Moss’ inaugural lecture was filmed and can be viewed by visiting either of the following sites: