The University’s finest educators have been recognised for their dedication to teaching and engagement with students at the Vice-Chancellor’s Awards for Excellence in Education, on Monday 28 April.
A total of 14 academics received awards across a range of categories, including Teaching Excellence, Outstanding Contribution to Student Learning and Excellence in Tutoring or Demonstrating.
Mr Chris Browne, from the Research School of Electrical, Energy and Materials Engineering received an award for Teaching Excellence and Associate Professor Peter Christen from the Research School of Computer Science received the award for Excellence in Supervision.
Vice-Chancellor, Professor Ian Young AO, says the awards act as a springboard for recognising the University’s most effective and dedicated educators on the national stage.
“These educators are brave, embracing a changing educational landscape by becoming innovative, reflective and responsive in their style,” he says.
“Their willingness to listen, adapt and improve for the benefit of their students is inspirational.”
Learn more about the Vice Chancellors Awards for Excellence in Education and see the full list of recipients.