Australian Learning and Teaching Council

Australian Awards for University Teaching - 2010

Citation for Outstanding Contributions to Student Learning

  • Professor Lawrence Gahan - For 25 years of engaging students, enhancing learning, inspiring colleagues and sustaining leadership in chemistry
  • Associate Professor Joseph Grotowski - For sustained leadership in teaching and learning of mathematics, engaging students and inspiring an institutional culture around curriculum innovations across the discipline
  • Mr Michael Jennings - For improving first year students? mathematical understanding through enthusiasm, engagement and innovative teaching approaches
  • Dr Terry Tunny - For outstanding dedication and expertise in teaching physiology in clinical context to medical students resulting in an enhanced educational experience in the medical program

Australian Awards for University Teaching - 2009

Award for Teaching Excellence - Biological Sciences, Health and Related Studies

  • Dr Victor Galea

 

 Citation for Outstanding Contributions to Student Learning

  • Dr Stephen Anderson - For inspiring and motivating veterinary science students to learn through a creative, relationship-centred approach to teaching
  • Dr Victor Galea - For creating high-impact learning experiences for plant pathology students using authentic industry cases and contexts and innovative applications of technology

 

Carrick Awards for Australian University Teaching - 2007

Award for Teaching Excellence - Biological Sciences, Health and Related Studies

  • Dr Glen Coleman 

 

Award for Teaching Excellence - Early Career

  • Associate Professor Paul Mills 

 

Award for Programs that Enhance Learning - Educational Partnerships and Collaborations with Other Organisations 

  • A unique approach to industry collaboration that integrates high quality learning approaches and outcomes with the lead of employers: Bachelor of Agribusiness

 

Award for Programs that Enhance Learning - The First-Year Experience

  • Supporting first year learning through Peer Assisted Study Sessions (PASS)

 

Citation for Outstanding Contributions to Student Learning

  • Dr Margaret Wegener - For readying diverse student cohorts for further learning by effectively engaging them in a variety of first-year level physics courses.

 

Source: Australian Learning and Teaching Council

 

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