An archive of UQ winners of ALTC Fellowship, Grants and Initiatives winners is listed below.

Fellowships Scheme

Grants Scheme

- Priority Projects
- Leadership for Excellence in Learning and Teaching
- Competitive Grants

- Strategic Priority Projects
- Innovation and Development
- Seed Projects
- Discipline Networks

Discipline-based Investigations

UQ involvement in projects led by other institutions

Awards for Australian University Teaching

Fellowships Scheme

2012 - Office of Learning and Teaching

  • Professor David Wilkinson, School of Medicine
    OLT National Senior Teaching Fellowship: $250,000
    From concept towards implementation: nationwide collaborative assessment of Australian medical students

2010 - Australian Learning and Teaching Council

  • Professor Sylvia Rodger, School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences
    Teaching Fellowship: $99,894
    Project: Building capacity among emerging occupational therapy academic leaders in curriculum renewal and evaluation at UQ and nationally.

2007 (Previously Carrick Fellowship Scheme)

  • Dr Michael Bulmer, School of Physical Sciences
    Associate Fellowship: $98,848
    Project: Technology for Nurture in Large Classes
  • Dr Roger Moni, School of Biomedical Sciences
    Associate Fellowship: $70,474
    Project: A programmatic approach to developing scientific writing embedded in Bachelor of Science courses

2006 (Previously Carrick Fellowship Scheme)

  • Professor Ian Cameron, School of Engineering
    Senior Fellowship:  $330,000
    Project:  Engineering, Science and Practice: alignment and synergies in curriculum innovation
  • Associate Professor Merrilyn Goos, School of Education 
    Associate Fellowship:   $81 632
    Project:  Building capacity for assessment leadership via professional development and mentoring of course coordinators 
  • Professor Peter Adams, School of Physical Sciences and Associate Professor Philip Poronnik, School of Biomedical Sciences
    Joint Associate Fellowship:  $99,000
    Project:  Embedding quantitative principles in life sciences education

Grants Scheme - Priority Projects

2010 - Australian Learning and Teaching Council

  • Project Leader: Professor Caroline Crosthwaite, EAIT
    Project team: A/Professor Lydia Kavanagh and Dr Lesley Jolly (EAIT), Canterbury (NZ), CDU, CQU, Curtin, Deakin, QUT, RMIT, ANU, Melbourne, UWA, UniSA, USQ.
    Project Title:
    Curriculum Renewal in Engineering through Theory Driven Evaluation.
    Funding: $219,000 
  • Project Leader: Ms Kelly Matthews, Teaching and Educational Development Institute
    Project Team: Professor Peter Adams (Science), JCU, Purdue (USA), Maryland (USA), UWS
    Project Title:
    Quantitative Skills in Science: Curriculum Models for the Future 
    Funding: $220,000

2009 - Australian Learning and Teaching Council

  • Project Leader: Ms Deanne Gannaway – Teaching and Educational Development Institute
    Project team: University of the Sunshine Coast
    Project:
    A review of the dissemination strategies used by projects funded by the ALTC Grants Scheme.
    Funding: $208,000.
  • Project Leader: Associate Professor Paul Mills – School of Veterinary Science
    Project team: Partner institutions from Charles Sturt University, Murdoch University, University of Sydney, Massey University, University of Melbourne, University of Adelaide, James Cook University and the Chapter of Veterinary Pharmacology.

    Project: Veterinary Pharmacology Curriculum Renewal to Improve Graduate Outcomes and Public Safety.
    Funding: $220,000.
  • Project Leader: Dr Liz Mackinlay, Aboriginal and Torres Trait Islander Studies Unit
    Project Team: Professor Ian Lilley, Dr Sean Ulm, Dr Kate Barney (ATSISU), The University of Newcastle, UNSW, Monash, UTS, Charles Darwin University
    Project: Exploring Problem-Based Learning Pedagogy as Transformative Education in Indigenous Australian Studies
    Funding: $219,521

2008 - Australian Learning and Teaching Council

  • Project Leader: Associate Professor Nancy Pachana — School of Psychology
    Project team: Dr Kate Sofronoff (Psychology), Mia O'Brien (TEDI); plus partner institutions from Macquarie University, Griffith University, James Cook University and Swinburne University.
    Project: Taking clinical psychology postgraduate training into the next decade: Aligning competencies to the curriculum.
    Funding: $220,000.
  • Project Leaders: Associate Professor Julie Duck (SBS) and Professor Susan Hamilton (Deputy President of the Academic Board)
    Project team: Mr Keith Webster (Library), Professor Sarah Derrington (BEL), Associate Professor Peter Sutton (ITEE), Dr Glen Coleman (NRAVS), Ms Maureen Bowen (SASD), Professor Merrilyn Goos (TEDI)
    Project: Reviewing the impact of assessment policy on practice: A case study to improve policy and to inform processes of policy review and development.
    Funding: $209,992.
  • Project Leader: Professor Doune McDonald (School of Human Movement Studies)
    Project Team: Dr Craig Engstrom and Dr Peter Hay (School of Human Movement Studies); plus partner institutions the Unviersity of Melbourne and the University of British Columbia.

    Project: An integrated system for online clinical assessment of practical skills (eCAPS) for web-based courses.
    Funding: $218,929.

2007 (Previously Carrick Grants Scheme)

  • Dr Tony Wright, School of Education and Professor Susan Hamilton, School of Molecular and Microbial Sciences
    Project: Diagnostic Assessment for Biological Sciences – Development of a Concept Inventory, ($200,346)

2006 (Previously Carrick Grants Scheme)

  • Professor David Radcliffe, School of Engineering
    Project:  Designing Next Generation Places of Learning: Collaboration at the Pedagogy-Space-Technology Nexus.  $200 000 over 2 years

Grants Scheme - Leadership for Excellence in Learning and Teaching

2012 - Office of Learning and Teaching

  • Project Leader: Dr Susan Rowland, School of Chemistry and Molecular Biosciences
    Team members: Dr Gwen Lawrie, Dr Kirsten Zimbardi, Dr Jack Wang, Dr Paula Myatt.
    Developing and resourcing academics to help students conduct and communicate undergraduate research on a large scale. $219,000.

2006 (Previously Carrick Grants Scheme)

Grants Scheme - Competitive Grants

2010 - Australian Learning and Teaching Council

  • Project Leader: Dr Bronwen Cribb, Centre of Microscopy and Microanalysis
    Project team: Partner institutions from Flinders, ANU, UNSW, UWA, Sydney

    Project Title: A national approach to education in advanced microscopic characterisation through integrated learning tools
    Funding: $219,000

2009 - Australian Learning and Teaching Council

  • Project Leader: Associate Professor Lawrence Gahan and Dr Gwen Lawrie, School of Chemistry and Molecular Biosciences
    Project team: Professor Phil Long (CEIT), Kelly Matthews (Science), Professor Peter Adams (Science), Dr Lydia Kavanagh (Engineering), and Purdue University
    Project: IS-IT learning? Online interdisciplinary scenario-inquiry tasks for active learning in large, first year STEM courses.
    Funding: $215,000
  • Project Leader: Dr Mia O'Brien, Teaching and Educational Development Institute
    Project Team: The University of Sydney, Griffith University
    Project: Investigating the theory (and practice) of pedagogic resonance: making disciplinary thinking visible within university classrooms
    Funding: $217,000

2007 (Previously Carrick Grants Scheme)

  • Dr Lydia Kavanagh, School of Engineering
    Project: Developing and disseminating TEAM SKILLS capacities using interactive online tools for team formation, learning, assessment and mentoring ($199,635)
  • Dr David Merritt (project leader), School of Integrative Biology
    A National Curriculum for Entomology: Capacity Building Through Collaborative, Web-based Delivery ($232,265)
  • Dr Camile Farah (project leader), School of Dentistry
    The Virtual Slidebox – a new learning paradigm for exploring the microscopic world ($114,724)

2006 (Previously Carrick Grants Scheme)

  • Professor Ian Cameron, School of Engineering 
    Project:  Development, Deployment and Educational Assessment of an Advanced Immersive Learning Environment for Process Engineering Design and Operations.  $195 000 over 2 years
  • Professor Peter Adams, School of Physical Sciences 
    Project:  A new enabling technology for learning and teaching quantitative skills.  $134 749 over 1 year

Grants Scheme - Strategic Priority Projects

2013 - Office of Learning and Teaching

  • Dr Pierre Benckendorff, School of Tourism
    Project Team: Victoria University, University of South Australia, Griffith University, LaTrobe University
    Project: Enhancing Student Learning Outcomes with Simulation-based Pedagogies

2011 -  Australian Learning and Teaching Council

  • Professor David Wilkinson, School of Medicine
    Project Team: A/Professor Lindy McAllister, Dr Tracey Papinczak, Monash University, ACER
    Project: Developing the foundation for a national assessment of medical student learning outcomes. $218,000 over 2 years

Grants Scheme - Innovation and Development Grants

2013 - Office of Learning and Teaching

  • Project Leader: A/Professor Carl Reidsema, School of Mechanical and Mining Engineering
    Project Team: Professor Phil Long, A/Professor Lydia Kavanagh, UniSyd, RMIT, Purdue, Stanford, Pittsburg.
    Radical transformation: Re-imagining engineering education through flipping the classroom in a global learning partnership. $220,000.

  • Project Leader: Dr Christine Landorf, School of Architecture
    Project Team: University of Newcastle, University of South Australia
    Project: Developing a 4-dimensional interdisciplinary learning environment for construction industry professionals. $220,000
     

 

2012 - Office of Learning and Teaching

  • Project Leader: Professor Jill Thistlethwaite, School of Medicine
    Project Team: A/Professor Diann Eley, A/Professor Fiona Bogossian, Professor Jenny Strong, CQU, UniSyd, UTS, and UBC (Canada).
    Work-based assessment of teamwork: an interprofessional approach. $220,000
     
  • Project Leader: Dr Gwen Lawrie, School of Chemistry and Molecular Biosciences
    Project Team: Dr Anthony Wright, QUT and UWS
    Enhancing the secondary-tertiary transition in chemistry through formative assessment and self-regulated learning environments. $200,000
     
  • Project Leader: Professor David Wilkinson, School of Medicine
    Project Team: Deakin, Flinders, Griffith, Monash, UNSW, Notre Dame (Australia), Wollongong, ACER, UNE, Newcastle.
    Australian medical assessment collaboration: from proof of concept to proof of sustainability. $150,000
     

2011 - Australian Learning and Teaching Council

  • Trish Andrews, TEDI
    Project Team: Dr Caroline Steel, School of LCCS, USQ, CQU, UNE, UniAdelaide
    Project: Quality learning spaces, social networking, connectedness and mobile learning: exploring the student voice in online education. $220,000 over 2 years

Grants Scheme - Seed Projects

2013 - Office of Learning and Teaching

  • Project Leader: Dr Kerryn McCluskey, School of Education.
    Project team: A/Professor Shelley Dole, School of Education.
    Project: Improving educational outcomes and opportunities for Indigenous students begins at the cultural interface in the classroom. $43,000

  • Project Leader: Dr Mathew Hillier, TEDI.
    Project team: UTas.
    Project: Processes and platform for e-exams in supervised BYOD environments. $50,000

  • Project Leader: A/Professor Liz Mackinlay, School of Education.
    Project: Becoming, belonging and being in the profession: A pilot mentoring program for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander pre-service teachers. $44,000

Grants Scheme - Discipline Networks

2011 -  Australian Learning and Teaching Council

  • Australian Indigenous Studies Learning and Teaching Network
    Network Coordinator: Dr Kate Barney
     
  • Occupational Therapy Academic Leaders Network
    Network Coordinator: Professor Sylvia Rodger

Grants Scheme - Extension Grants

2013 - Office of Learning and Teaching

Project Leader: Dr Mathew Hillier, TEDI.
Project: Transforming Assessment with local and global online dissemination of e-Assessment resources and exemplary practices. $30,000

Project Leader: Dr Kelly Matthews, TEDI.
Project: Extending QS in Science: trialling and disseminating resources to link and build QS across life sciences majors. $30,000 

Discipline-based Initiatives - Discipline-based Investigations

2007 -  Carrick Institute

2006 - Carrick Institute 

UQ involvement in projects led by other institutions

2009

Lead Institution Partner Institutions              
UQ Staff member        
Scheme        
Project
Uni of Wollongong UQ, Murdoch University, RMIT, University of British Columbia Professor Phil Long Grants Scheme - Competitive Grants "Seeing" Networks: visualising and evaluating student learning networks
UniMelb UQ, Charles Darwin University, Curtin University of Technology, The University of Sydney and Coogee Energy Professor Ian Cameron, Professor Caroline Crosthwaite Grants Scheme - Competitive Grants The Engineering Design Journey – Needs, Concept and Reality
Macquarie UQ, The University of Sydney, Murdoch University and the University of Southern Queensland A/Prof Diane Donovan Grants Scheme - Leadership
 
A national discipline-specific professional development programme for lecturers and tutors in the mathematical sciences
Uni of Wollongong UQ, Murdoch University, Swinburne University of Technology and the Australian Council of Deans of Information and Communications Technology Professor Paul Bailes Grants Scheme - Priority Projects Addressing ICT curriculum recommendations from surveys of academics, workplace graduates and employers
The University of Sydney The University of Adelaide, The University of Melbourne, The University of Queensland, The University of Western Australia Professor Neal Menzies Grants Scheme - Priority Projects A national soil science curriculum in response to the needs of the students, academic staff, industry and the wider community
The University of Melbourne La Trobe University, The University of Queensland Assoc Prof Malcolm Parker Grants Scheme - Competitive Grants Addressing cultural diversity in health ethics education
The University of New South Wales he University of Queensland, The University of Western Australia, University of Otago Dr Joan Leach Grants Scheme - Competitive Grants New media to develop graduate attributes of science students

2008

Lead Institution Partner Institutions              
UQ Staff member        
Scheme        
Project
UniSyd UQ, UNSW, UniMelb A/Prof Shazia Sadiq, Dr Marta Indulska Grants Scheme - Priority Projects Curriculum renewal in postgraduate information technology education: a response to growing service sector dominance
UniMelb UQ, Monash, LaTrobe Dr Vic Galea Grants Scheme - Competitive Grants Educational technologies: Enhancing the learning of scientific inquiry skills for bioscience students in Australian Universities
CSU UQ, Monash, USQ, UniWSyd, CQU A/Prof Fiona Rohde Grants Scheme - Competitive Grants Beyond Numbers: Valuing Quality Teaching in Business Education
UniSA UQ, USyd Leigh McKauge Grants Scheme - Priority Projects Outcomes-based Planning, Graduated Descriptors and Quality Indicators for Pharmacy Experiential Placements
UniSyd UQ, Uni Newcastle Dr Bronwyn Davidson Grants Scheme - Priority Projects Establishing infrastructure and collaborative processes for cross-institutional benchmarking of student clinical performance in speech pathology
UTS UQ, UniSA, CQU, UniMelb Professor Caroline Crosthwaite Grants Scheme - Priority Projects Curriculum Specifications and Support Systems for Engineering Education that Address Revised Qualification Standards

2007

Lead Institution

Partner Institutions

UQ Staff member
Scheme
Project
UTS

UQ, QUT, USyd

A/Prof Fiona Rohde
 

Priority Projects Grants

Facilitating staff and student engagement with graduate attribute development, assessment and standards in Business Faculties

UNE

UQ, Wollongong

Ms Trish Andrews

Leadership for Excellence in Learning and Teaching Grants

Leading rich media implementation collaboratively: mobilising international, national and business expertise

UniMelb

UQ, Newcastle

Dr Rose Melville

Competitive Grants

Engaging with learning: understanding the impacts of practice-based learning exchange

USyd

UQ, Griffith

Dr Clair Hughes

Discipline-based Initiatives - Common Curriculum Issues

Assessment of Generic Graduate Attributes

UNSW

UQ, RMIT, UTas

Ms Elizabeth Musgrave

Discipline-based Initiatives - Common Curriculum Issues

Curriculum Development in Studio Teaching

 
ANU

UQ, UTS, Newcastle

Dr Catherine Manathunga

Discipline-based Initiatives – Common Curriculum Issues

The role of honours in contemporary Australian higher education

Murdoch UQ, USyd Dr Glen Coleman Grants Scheme - Priority Projects Academic standards, assessment practices and reporting
UniSA UQ, Flinders, UWA, UWestSyd Mia O'Brien
 
DBI - Higher Education Enterprise Preparing University Teachers: A model for national collaboration
ANU UQ Dr Margaret Wegener, Tim McIntyre Grants Scheme - Competitive Grants Teaching Physics using Virtual Reality

 

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