In 2001, the Academic Board of The University of Queensland established the annual Awards for the Enhancement of Student Learning (AESL). The awards were renamed Awards for Programs that Enhance Learning (APEL) in 2008.

These awards recognise learning and teaching support projects, teams and services that make an outstanding contribution to the quality of student learning and the quality of the student experience of higher education. The projects, teams and services that receive these awards must have demonstrated their effectiveness through rigorous evaluation.

There are six award categories with up to four awards in total granted each year at the discretion of the University Teaching and Learning Committee. Each award winner will receive a certificate and a grant of $10,000.

Winners and a link to their citations are listed below.

2017 Winners - Awards for Programs that Enhance Learning section

BEL Student Employability Team (SET) – Faculty of Business, Economics and Law

Ms Rhea Jain MHRM, Monash University, BSc (Organisational Psychology), The University of Melbourne Ms Jacqueline Niblett BCom (Accountancy), Papua New Guinea University...

Knowledge-Making in the Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences - Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, Office of the President of the Academic Board, Historical and Philosophical Inquiry, UQ Library, UQ Student Services, Information Technology Services

Ms Inge Matt Grad Cert in Higher Education, UQ, Grad Dip in Communications, UTS, Bachelor of Science (Aust. Environ. St.), GU Professor Julie Duck PhD (Psychology), UNE...

On this site