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 2014 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.
2014 - Awards for Teaching Excellence (OLT) - $25,000
Dr Susan Rowland - School of Chemistry and Molecular Biosciences
Category - Biological Sciences, Health and Related Studies
Dr Janette McWilliam - School of Communication and Arts
Category - Humanities and the Arts
2014 - Awards for Programs that Enhance Learning (OLT) - $25,000
University of Queensland Business School MBA
Category - Postgraduate Education
2014 - OLT Citations for Outstanding Contribution to Student Learning - $10,000 each
Dr Bronwyn Lea - School of Communication and Arts
For inspiring and supporting students to deepen their appreciation and understanding of poetry praxis and scholarship through learning engagement strategies and industry-relevant teaching.
Dr Richard Robinson - UQ Business School
For motivating students towards future hospitality leadership, by inspiring them with authentic and experiential teaching and learning contexts which bridge the perceived theory-practice divide.
The French Team, School of Languages and Cultures, Associate Professor Greg Hainge, Dr Béatrice Atherton, Dr Joe Hardwick, Dr Barbara E. Hanna, Dr Amy Hubbell and Dr Juliana De Nooy
For scholarly pedagogical approaches and innovative use of technologies that have global reach and real world relevance.
Dr Yunxia Zhu - UQ Business School
For applying a learning-by-doing approach to inform teaching that deeply engages students in a journey of growth that builds their competence in culturally diverse contexts.
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