UQ Science is one of Australia’s largest and most successful scientific bodies. Spanning a wide variety of disciplines, we strive to achieve excellence in research and scholarship, and to make a significant contribution to intellectual, cultural, social, and economic life at a local, national, and international level.

Academic Ranking of World Universities

Academic Ranking of World Universities
2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017
101-150 86 90 85 85 77 55 55

 

Academic Ranking of World Universities by Broad Subject Fields (Life and Agriculture Sciences (LIFE))
2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016
51-75 50 45 40 37 35 20

 

Source: Academic Ranking of World Universities

Australian Research Council

2014 Winners

Associate Professor Warwick Bowen - (School of Mathematics and Physics)

Dr Jack Clegg - (School of Chemistry and Molecular Biosciences)

Dr Jan Engelstaedter - (School of Biological Sciences)

Dr Arkady Fedorov - (School of Mathematics and Physics)

Dr Martine Maron - (School of Geography, Planning and Environmental Management)

Dr Margie Mayfield - (School of Biological Sciences)

Dr Ian McCulloch - (School of Mathematics and Physics)

Dr Tom Stace - (School of Mathematics and Physics)

Past winners

Dr Garrie Arumugam - Biomedical Sciences

Dr Sureshkumar Balasubramanian - Biological Sciences

Dr Holger Baumgardt - Mathematics and Physics

Dr Christine Beveridge - Biological Sciences

Professor Mark Blows - Biological Sciences

A/Professor Michael Bromley - Mathematics and Physics

Dr Richard Clark - Biomedical Sciences

Dr Nicole Cloonan - Chemistry and Molecular Biosciences

Dr Tamara Davis - Mathematics and Physics

Dr Diana Fisher - Biological Sciences

Dr Bryan Fry - Biological Sciences

Dr Richard Fuller - Biological Sciences

Dr Salit Kark - Biological Sciences

Dr Karen Kheruntsyan - Mathematics and Physics

Dr Peter Kopittke - Agriculture and Food Sciences

Dr Elizabeth Krenske - Chemistry and Molecular Biosciences

Dr Dustin Marshall - Biological Sciences

A/Professor Clive McAlpine - Geography, Planning and Environmental Management

Dr Katrina McGuigan - Biological Sciences

Dr Evan Moore - Chemistry and Molecular Biology

Dr Ebinazar Namdas - Mathematics and Physics

Dr Murray Olsen - Mathematics and Physics

Dr Michael Piper - Biomedical Sciences

A/Professor Anthony Richardson - Mathematics and Physics

A/Professor Mark Schembri - Chemistry and Molecular Biology

A/Professor Gary Schenk - Chemistry and Molecular Biosciences

Dr Ethan Scott - Biomedical Sciences

A/Professor Craig Williams - Chemistry and Molecular Biosciences

Dr Kerrie Wilson - Biological Sciences

Dr Trent Woodruff - Biomedical Sciences

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

 

World University Rankings

Overall World Ranking
2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018
43 48 46 43 43 46 51 47 47

Source: QS World University Rankings

National Taiwan University Rankings

Higher Education Evaluation and Accreditation Council of Taiwan (HEEACT)
2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016
95 76 72 67 56 45 43

 

Source: National Taiwan University Ranking

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