The Australian Awards for University Teaching recognise teaching excellence and outstanding contributions to student learning through five awards programs.

The Teaching and Educational Development Institute manage UQ's national award nomination process.  More information can be found on their website: http://www.tedi.uq.edu.au/national-teaching-and-learning-awards

In 2013 UQ was again recognised as having some of the best teachers and most innovative programs in the country through the Australian Awards for University Teaching. Congratulations to all of the winners and nominees.

2013 - Awards for Teaching Excellence (OLT) - $25,000

Dr Gwen Lawrie - School of Chemistry and Molecular Biosciences
Category - Physical Sciences and Related Studies

Dr Sebastian Kaempf - School of Political Science and International Studies
Category - Early Career

2013 - OLT Citations for Outstanding Contribution to Student Learning - $10,000 each

Dr Allison Mandrusiak
Citation: For a 'breath of fresh air': reinvigorating cardiorespiratory physiotherapy to stimulate student interest and reduce trepidation by bringing the clinic to the classroom

Mr Carl Sherwood
Citation: For inspiring students to learn through interactive, contextualised teaching that motivates students to understand the linkages between economic theory and real world situations

Dr April Wright
Citation: For transforming learning by creating teachable moments that motivate, engage and inspire business students in very large classes to connect management theory and practice

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