2009 ALTC Citations for Outstanding Contributions to Student Learning Announced
UQ Teachers have had their dedication recognised and awarded through the 2009 Australian Learning and Teaching Council (ALTC) Citations for Outstanding Contributions to Student Learning.
UQ's citation recipients included five individuals and one group nomination:
Dr Felicity Baker - School of Music
For the design of innovative learning activities that develop analytical, critical and reflective thinking across a range of key learning areas in music therapy.
Dr Victor Galea - School of Land, Crop and Food Sciences
For creating high-impact learning experiences for plant pathology students using authentic industry cases and contexts and innovative applications of technology.
Dr Carrie Ritchie - School of Human Movement Studies
For the development and coordination of innovative, responsive programs and courses in the health sciences that reflect workforce needs.
Professor Tapan Saha - School of Information Technology and Electrical Engineering
For enhancing undergraduate and postgraduate power engineering education through leadership in industry engagement, in work-integrated learning and the collaborative development of innovative postgraduate programs.
Dr Stephen Anderson - School of Animal Studies/School of Biomedical Sciences
For inspiring and motivating veterinary science students to learn through a creative, relationship-centred approach to teaching.
UQ Librarians - Referencing Software Support Team - UQ Library
Referencing Software Service: Ongoing service innovation supporting scholarly writing by providing internationally renowned expertise in support of referencing software, training and individual services for students.
Winners will be presented with their Citations at an Awards ceremony at the Gallery of Modern Art on 18 August.
Congratulations to all of UQ's recipients and nominees.