General information on awards and grants available to staff for recognition and promotion of excellence in teaching and learning can be fournd here. These awards and grants play an important role in supporting innovation in teaching practice, as well as rewarding best practice.

UQ Awards for Programs that Enhance Learning (APEL)

These awards recognise learning and teaching support programs and services that make an outstanding contribution to the quality of student learning and the quality of the student experience at The University of Queensland. They are given to projects/services initiated by curriculum teams, groups or organisational units.

UQ Citations for Outstanding Contributions to Student Learning (COCSL)

These awards recognise learning and teaching support programs and services that make an outstanding contribution to the quality of student learning and the quality of the student experience at The University of Queensland. They are given to projects/services initiated by curriculum teams, groups or organisational units.

UQ Citations for Outstanding Contributions to Student Learning (COCSL)

Citations for Outstanding Contributions to Student Learning  recognise and reward individuals or teams who make a significant contribution to student learning in a specific area of responsibility over a sustained period, and who are widely acknowledged for their achievements within a faculty or the wider university community, and who have received strong endorsements within their area. Successful nominations will receive a grant of $4,000.

UQ Teaching

These awards give recognition to teachers renowned for the excellence of their teaching, which is supported by evidence of their broad and deep contribution to enhancing the quality of learning and teaching at The University of Queensland. .

UQ Teaching Fellowships

The University of Queensland Teaching Fellowship Scheme supports emerging leaders in teaching and learning to undertake a program of activities that aligns with the University’s strategic priorities and develops their personal skills and academic profile.  Details: online.

Vice Chancellors Awards for Internationalisation

The Vice-Chancellor’s Awards for Internationalisation were created in 2009 to recognise individuals and organisational units who have shown leadership in areas that would further internationalisation of the University. The awards seek to recognise outstanding achievements in teaching and learning, the promotion of overseas mobility for both staff and students, and leadership in community engagement. 

 

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