Our Teaching and Learning Awards celebrate the excellence of individuals and teams and promote learning and teaching across the University. They are an important part of recognising the contributions of a wide range of staff to the student learning experience in the Colleges of Science.  

Those who teach in the College are eligible for the following teaching prizes offered by the College, the University, and the federal Office for Learning and Teaching. 

Awards

Award for Teaching Excellence

Juliey Beckman (not pictured), Science Teaching & Learning Centre and Research School of Biology

Citation

Dr Juliey Beckman convenes and teaches into multiple undergraduate subjects in Biological disciplines, including ecology, evolution and human physiology. Juliey’s main teaching focus involves working to provide activities and methodologies that provide commencing undergraduates with a learning environment that supports their best chance for academic success. Juliey is remarkable in the extent of her activities, her sustained leadership and willingness to help others and her commitment to students and therefore is a worthy recipient of this award.

 

Award for Excellence in Supervision

Associate Professor Elizabeth Rieger, Research School of Psychology

Citation

A/Prof Elizabeth Rieger’s overarching aim is to help students excel as scholars by providing supervision that is holistic. She is an accomplished supervisor with a substantial record in the provision of excellent research supervision in which she blends her own skills as a researcher and extensive experience in the practice of clinical psychology to foster both academic rigour and wellbeing in her students.

 

Award for Excellence in Tutoring or Demonstrating

Louise Blessington, Fenner School of Environment and Society

Citation

Louise is a passionate educator who promotes holistic learning, her teaching philosophy is based on three main tenets: the individuality of learning style and stage, acknowledging potential, and learning by doing.She creates an inclusive environment where students feel comfortable to express themselves whatever their stage of career.

 

Award for Outstanding Contribution to Student Learning

Ben Corry, Research School of Biology

Citation

Ben is a motivated and passionate educator who adopts a research-led approach throughout his teaching.He has developed a teaching approach aimed to deeply engage students and provide them with the skills and foundational knowledge to address new challenges within the discipline by developing a range of contextual and conceptual teaching strategies.

 

Award for Outstanding Individual Performance (2)

Caroline Chapman, Science Teaching and Learning Centre

Citation

Caroline consistently works to an exceptionally high standard. She is supremely efficient, flexible and highly adept at her roles. She takes the responsibility to see tasks through and works very well with the senior academics in the Joint Colleges. Her highly collegiate attitude ensures that the academic staff throughout the Colleges are well-informed and well-supported, making their work so much more efficient. Caroline does this with an amazingly positive attitude, 100% of the time, including evenings and weekends during busy periods as deadlines approach.

Jeff Chen (not pictured), Centre for Advanced Microscopy

Citation

Jeff makes an exceptional effort to deliver a personalised service with impeccable attention to getting the best possible results. He has redefined the ways the Centre interacts with professional staff across the School to optimise workflow and better manage professional relationships in a positive and constructive way. He is interested in acquiring new standards, improving data acquisition methods […] and is very helpful with students and has often delayed his departure at the end of the day to make sure everything is working smoothly for an overnight acquisition of results.

 

Award for Outstanding Team (2)

ANU Centre for Therapeutic Discovery (ACTD), ANU College of Health and Medicine

Citation

The ACTD team has had to set up a new service group with everything from purchasing and implementing complex robotics equipment, hiring and training staff in this area, organise NLRD’s for working with some of the cell types, developing all compliance documentation and user manuals, marketing and determining a cost recovery pricing structure. The team members work closely with ANU honours and postgraduate students and early career researchers in a user assist model training people in all aspects of screening projects such as planning, optimisation of experiments, performing experiments and data analysis to train people to become experts in this field.

Future Research Talent award team, ANU College of Science and ANU College of Health and Medicine

Citation

The success of the FRT scheme has been underpinned by the efforts of a large number of College staff, led by Jay Poria, Manager of International Relations & Partnerships for CoS/CHM. Jay has worked well in excess of normal hours to ensure that each of the 51 students in the inaugural round had a high-quality experience. The team as a whole has displayed a strong commitment to meeting key initiatives of the Joint CoS/CHM strategic plan, establishing strategic international research partnerships by building on a culture of academic excellence […] The extraordinary success of the FRT scheme is a credit to this large team’s ability to work together collegially to promote the strategic objectives of the University.

 

Rising Star Awards (3)

Ryan Eatts, ANU Joint College of Science; Health & Medicine

Citation

Ryan has built relationships with key senior stakeholders within the Joint Colleges Research Schools, and key areas of the central Service Divisions. More recently Ryan has engaged with several academic staff within Psychology and Business and Economics to assist in the improvement of HR service at the University. From the outset Ryan has been positive and engaged. He has proactively sought meetings to learn about the Institute and our goals, and responded positively to our interdisciplinary agenda, ambitious timelines and somewhat unconventional plans. He managed a complex process involving 8 different staff members and 9 new positions across three ANU Colleges, coordinated the engagement of HR staff from CECS and CAP, and ensured his supervisor was across the process.

Shanae King, College of Science

Citation

Shanae is often working on more than one project and has shown a capacity to efficiently prioritise tasks to meet conflicting deadlines, delivering on-time and on-budget and to a high standard. She interfaces well with others, confidently crossing technical disciplines where necessary, and fostering an efficient team engineering environment in projects that often span several departments. Shanae's day-to-day contributions to the RSAA are numerous and almost always borne out of personal initiative rather than direction or suggestion by others […] Her proactive attitude is one of her most valuable assets. With cutting-edge projects, it is critical that tasks can be delegated and that the person responsible takes ownership of the work. Shanae has consistently gone above and beyond this charge, actively seeking out ways to improve processes within the team as well as delivering excellent results in her own area.

Arthur Xu, College of Science

Citation

Arthur has excelled in his performance as International Relations and Partnerships Officer. His contributions in developing strong links with both external and internal stakeholders are valued across the Joint Colleges of Sciences. He performs above and beyond the call of duty with consistent, high quality results. Through his efforts, the International Relations and Partnerships unit has developed very strong cross-functional collaborations with other JCS functions, particularly Student Administration, Marketing & Communications and College Finance, enabling the Colleges to deliver exceptionally strong student services, international student recruitment and international partnerships outcomes. Arthur has outstanding personal drive and has demonstrated enormous professionalism both in China and in Australia. He manages to coordinate complex engagements to the benefit of both parties, on demand and in under extreme time pressure, leaving everyone feeling valued and part of a joint mission.

Award for Teaching Excellence

Dr Mark Ellison, Research School of Chemistry (RSC)

Citation

Mark considers teaching a privilege, it allows him to be involved in the development of confident, critical and knowledgeable people who are potential leaders in their field of science. His modernisation of the chemistry curriculum, and dedication to teaching, have resulted in a sustained improvement of retention of students in chemistry.

 

Award for Teaching Excellence (Early Career)

Dr Nicholas White, Research School of Chemistry (RSC)

Citation

Nick has modernised the inorganic chemistry curriculum, preparing entirely new lecture and laboratory courses. He tries to bring relevant innovations to his teaching, a current focus is to bring team-based learning to the first year course.

 

Award for Teaching Excellence (Team)

Associate Professor Andrew Berry and Dr Caroline Eakin EMSC1008

Citation

The course EARTH: The Chemistry and Physics of our Planet inspires students who have never been exposed to Earth Sciences previously and provides a bigger picture framework, demonstrating how principles from the natural sciences, from physics, chemistry, biology and mathematics, can be applied to understanding the evolution of our planet.

 

Award for Excellence in Supervision

Professor Barry Pogson, Research School of Biology (RSB)

Citation

Barry’s vision is to create a nexus of researchers, industry leaders and policy makers that collectively shape science and agriculture for the benefit of global food security. Using a dynamic and sustainable multi-tiered mentoring approach he has a profound impact on the personal development, career prospects and learning experiences of his students.

 

Award for Excellence in Supervision (Early Career)

Dr Tambri Housen, Research School of Populaion Health (RSPH)

Citation

Tambri’s supervisory philosophy is to equip scholars with skills for life and skills in undertaking high quality research, but she also believes that supervision is the act of coaching and mentoring to develop confidence and independence, and to build skills in knowledge transfer and leadership.

 

Award for Programs that Enhance Learning (Team)

The Clinical Psychology Program, Research School of Psychology (RSP)

Citation

The Clinical Psychology Program is committed to developing the next generation of clinical-research leaders, who will dynamically impact our local, national and international communities. It is regarded as one of the premiere programs in Australia, known for its rigour and high standards on the one hand, and its quality, small-group teaching and compassionate care of its students on the other.

 

Award for Excellence in Tutoring or Demonstrating (2)

Martyna Judd, Research School of Chemistry (RSC)

Citation

As a demonstrator in chemistry courses, Martyna’s primary objective is not just to ensure that her students gain confidence in their practical laboratory skills, but also that they find enjoyment in applying theory and concepts in a practical setting.

 

Erin Parker, Research School of Psychology (RSP)

Citation

Erin takes a holistic approach to teaching that recognises the importance of the learning environment for student outcomes. She is committed to creating a positive culture in education that moves away from a focus solely on academic achievement, and toward deep learning and student wellbeing.

 

Citation for Outstanding Contribution to Student Learning (3)

Dr I Nyoman Sutarsa, ANU Medical School (ANUMS)

Citation

Nyoman Sutarsa has been an enthusiastic and highly valued tutor in the Medical School since 2015. Drawing on his diverse experiences as a clinician, a public health practitioner, a program manager for NGOs, a policy analyst and researcher, Nyoman is deeply committed to teaching and to inspiring health and medical students.

 
 

William Maish, ANU Medical School (ANUMS)

Citation

Since 2011, first at the University of Queensland and later at ANU, Bill has provided a safe and supportive teaching environment to nurture independent learners that are able to cooperate and collaborate with colleagues, and further themselves through reflection and the search for their true passion. Going past what would be expected from his role appears to be typical of Bill. In the words of one student “What makes Bill so special to his students is his incredible generosity”.

 

Denise Higgins, Research School of Biology (RSB)

Citation

Denise Higgins’s passion is resourcing academics to realise engaging and pedagogically innovative courses and programs that promote active learning.

 

Citation for Outstanding Contribution to Student Learning (Early Career)

 

Edwina Fingleton-Smith, Fenner School of Environment and Society (FSES)

Citation

Edwina’s citation is for empowering students to be change makers, using grand challenges as a real-world approach to solving complex environmental problems. Her teaching style embraces the real-world implications of studying human-environmental relations. This style fosters a strong engagement between students and the subject matter while at the same time encouraging students to see themselves as responsible and empowered to make change in the world.

Outstanding Contribution to Student Learning

Associate Professor Bruce Christensen, Research School of Psychology (RSP)

Citation

For extraordinary dedication and effort in teaching and training, innovative administration, and compassionate personal support in the service of enhanced student learning and experience.

 

Award for Excellence in Supervision

Professor David Tscharke, John Curtin School of Medical Research (JCSMR)

Citation

First and foremost David recognises students as colleagues as well as learners and this is borne out in providing authentic, often ambitious projects while giving the necessary support and always providing encouragement towards independence.

 

Award for Excellence in Supervision as an Early Career Researcher

Dr Kerri Viney, Research School of Population Health (RSPH)

Citation

Kerri is a committed and passionate educator and loves the organic and scientific process of supervision. She views HDR supervision as research training, and values a comprehensive approach to this training. This includes the methodological aspects of research but also ethical research practice, research dissemination, knowledge translation and many of the “softer” skills such as community and stakeholder engagement.

 

Special Commendation for Excellence in Supervision

Associate Professor Christine Phillips, ANU Medical School (ANUMS)

Citation

Christine Phillips supervises transdisciplinary research projects across clinical medicine, public health and anthropology. She is determined that all students become adept at using a wide range of scholarly and research skills. Students engage in a structured process of identifying their core strengths, the key research question that engages and sustains them, and identifying areas for improvement. She continues to mentor students after they complete their research, supporting them to translate their research into action.

 

Vice-Chancellor's Awards

Award for Teaching Excellence

Professor Michael Platow, Research School of Psychology (RSP)

Award for Indigenous Education

Mr David Akers (College Executive), Associate Professor Anna Cowan (College Executive), Ms Marian Irvine (Science Teaching & Learning Centre), Professor Kristen Pammer (Science Teaching & Learning Centre / RSP)

Award for Excellence in Supervision

Professor Emily Banks, Research School of Population Health (RSPH)

Citation for Outstanding Contribution to Student Learning

Dr Matthew Brookhouse, Fenner School of Environment and Society (FSES)

Award for Excellence in Tutoring or Demonstrating

Ms Estee Tee, Research School of Biology (RSB)

Outstanding Contribution to Student Learning

Dr Matthew Brookhouse, Fenner School of Environment and Society (FSES)

Citation

Dr Matthew Brookhouse has overcome barriers to first-year methods-based learning in environmental statistics and research methods by engaging students within a stimulating and inclusive research setting. He has achieved this by delivering content within the context of locally-relevant research questions, creating an engaging online teaching environment, and exemplifying research practice by openly and directly engaging students in his research practice and the process of academic authorship.

 

Outstanding Contribution to Student Learning by Early Career Academic – Team Award

Dr Erin Walsh, Centre for Research on Ageing Health & Wellbeing (RSPH)

Dr Cathy Day, National Centre for Epidemiology & Population Health (NCEPH)

Citation

For creating innovative and educationally useful animations explaining complex concepts in epidemiology for use in face-to-face and online teaching.

 

Award for Excellence in Supervision

Professor Emily Banks, National Centre for Epidemiology & Population Health (NCEPH)

Citation

Emily Banks is an excellent supervisor of students and staff at the Research School of Population Health. Since 2001 she has supervised over 20 students–including Medical, Honours, Masters, and PhD students. She founded and leads the Epidemiology for Policy and Practice Group. She fosters a climate of intellectual rigor and engagement, at the same time providing a supportive framework and innovative materials to guide students in the research process.

 

Award for Excellence in Tutoring or Demonstrating

Ms Estee Tee, Research School of Biology (RSB)

Citation

Estee Tee BSc (Hons) is a demonstrator/tutor in the Research School of Biology, motivated to inspire science students, and equip them with creative and critical thinking skills translatable to post-degree and research. She has reflected on her own experiences, corroborated with fellow demonstrators and implemented a perpetual feedback system to guide her successful approach to teaching. By promoting undergraduate research opportunities, initiating effective mentoring approaches, and creating material to support both students and demonstrators, Estee has achieved student-driven learning outcomes.

 

Award for a Program that Enhances Learning - I-TRIEd program

Ms Estee Tee, Dr Kai Xun Chan, Dr  Su Yin Phua, Dr Peter Crisp, Dr Xin Hou, Mr Diep Ganguly, Research School of Biology (RSB)

Citation

For the past decade, a unique program—built around two biology courses, a lab, and a self-sustaining pipeline of students-turned-researchers—has been Inspiring and Training Research Intensive Educators (ITRIEd). Based on a model of distributed leadership, the I-TRIEd program promotes excellence in research-led education by linking consistent mentoring with unprecedented independence and self-learning.

 

Award for Teaching Excellence

Professor Michael Barnsley, Mathematical Sciences Institute (MSI)

Citation

Michael Barnsley is an innovative educator who has influenced generations of students to embrace mathematics. His approach to teaching recognizes the different abilities of students and encourages them all to consider the open questions in fractal geometry and chaotic dynamics. His approach is research-led and uses current research ideas to illustrate the relationship between the mathematics being taught and innovative development and translational possibilities.

 

Vice-Chancellor's Awards

Programs that Enhance Learning

Professionalism and Leadership Theme, Years 3-4, the ANU Medical School.

Excellence in Supervision

Professor Peter Kanowski, Fenner School of Environment and Society, CMBE, and Master of University House.

Citation for Outstanding Contribution to Student Learning

Dr Alexandra Webb, ANU Medical School.

Dr Tamara Browne, Research School of Biology, Early Career Category.

Excellence in Tutoring or Demonstrating

Mr Timothy Hatfield, Research School of Psychology.

Award for Teaching Excellence

Dr Bruce Doran, Fenner School of Environment & Society (FSES)

 

Award for Teaching Excellence

Dr Alex Webb, ANU Medical School (ANUMS)

 

Award for Excellence in Tutoring/Demonstrating

Federico Davila, Fenner School of Environment & Society (FSES)

 

Award for Excellence in Tutoring/Demonstrating

Timothy Hatfield, Research School of Psychology (RSP)

 

Award for Excellence in Tutoring/Demonstrating

Jacqueline Hoepner,  Centre for the Public Awareness of Science (CPAS)

 

Citation For Early Career Teacher

Dr Tamara Browne, Research School of Biology (RSB)

 

Citation for Outstanding Contributon to Student Learning

Dr Sean Perera, Centre for the Public Awareness of Science (CPAS)

 

Special Commendation

Dr Paul Cooper, Research School of Biology

 

Vice Chancellor Awards

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Vice-Chancellor's Award for Teaching Excellence

Associate Professor Katrina Anderson, ANU Medical School, Academic Unit of General Practice, Canberra Hospital

Katrina is a national leader in the area of the vertical integration of teaching and clinical supervisor training, both of which are crucial for student learning in the clinical years. She teaches across the ANU Medical School (ANUMS) curriculum, specifically in first and third year, and continues to extend the spiral curriculum into junior doctor training.

 

Vice-Chancellor's Award for Teaching Excellence

Associate Professor Joe Hope, Research School of Physics & Engineering, ANU College of Physical & Mathematical Sciences

In his teaching Joe draws on his current research to infuse the entire learning experience with authentic, real-world applications. He feels that using skills in realistic contexts is essential for stimulating passion and interest in the subject, and enabling applications beyond the classroom.

 

Vice-Chancellor's Award for Programs that Enhance Learning

The Indigenous Health Stream, ANU Medical School, ANU College of Medicine, Biology & Environment

The Indigenous Health Stream (IHS) is an enriched program of experiential learning, mentoring and leadership training in indigenous health, which runs through all four years of the ANU Medical School curriculum.

 

Vice-Chancellor's Citation for Outstanding Contribution to Student Learning

The Double Degree Project Management Group, Office of the Vice Chancellor, Division of Student Administration, DSRA, College of Arts & Social Sciences, College of Asia & the Pacific, College of Business & Economics, College of Engineering & Computer Science, College of Law, Colleges of Science

In 2014, ANU created a globally distinctive opportunity and opened up choices to students on a staggering scale through flexible double degrees.

Office for Learning & Teaching (OLT) Citation for Outstanding Contribution to Student Learning

Imogen Mitchell, ANU Medical School, ANU College of Medicine, Biology & Environment

For leading-edge scholarly outputs in the field of clinical education that have demystified complex medical concepts and been adopted by healthcare organisations worldwide.

 

Office for Learning & Teaching (OLT) Citation for Outstanding Contribution to Student Learning

Christine Phillips, ANU Medical School, ANU College of Medicine, Biology & Environment

For sustained and outstanding commitment to teaching and mentoring students to become deeply engaged, resilient and reflective practitioners in the health field.

 

Vice-Chancellor's Award for Teaching Excellence

Christine Phillips, ANU Medical School, ANU College of Medicine, Biology & Environment

For the development of an innovative program of teaching which draws the links between theory and practice using her clinical work among marginalised populations, and which demonstrates to medical students the equal value of social sciences and hard sciences.

 

Special Commendation, Vice-Chancellor's Award for Teaching Excellence

Imogen Mitchell, ANU Medical School, ANU College of Medicine, Biology & Environment

For the development of a teaching philosophy which embrases partnering with students in a shared understanding and negotiation of mutual goals in a context-specific environment.

 

Vice-Chancellor's Citation for Outstanding Contribution to Student Learning

Sue Cossetto, Research School of Biology, ANU College of Medicine, Biology & Environment

For the development and implementation of curricula that links graduate attributes and skills development within a research-led context that is engaging and appreciated by ANU students.

 

Vice-Chancellor's Citation for Outstanding Contribution to Student Learning

John Debs & Nick Robins, Research School of Physics & Engineering, ANU College of Physical & Mathematical Sciences

For radically innovative teaching practices in first year, incorporating elements of studio teaching, inquiry-based learning, and modern technology that motivate and inspire student learning.

 

Colleges of Science Award for Teaching Excellence

Joe Hope, Research School of Physics & Engineering, ANU College of Physical & Mathematical Sciences

Awarded for the use of blended learning techniques to ‘flip’ his classroom, replacing all of his lectures with hand-developed online materials, allowing all class time to be spent on student activities and small-group and individual instruction.

 

Colleges of Science Award for Excellence in Supervision

David Lindenmayer, Fenner School of Environment & Society, ANU College of Medicine, Biology & Environment

For fostering a climate of intellectual rigour by successfully supervising research work of sound standing and promoting the development of a skilled, knowledgeable and ethical researcher.

 

Colleges of Science Award for a Program that Enhances Learning

The Indigenous Health Stream: Amanda Barnard, Gaye Doolan, Samia Goudie, Phyll Dance, Jenny Thomson, Christine Phillips, Kirsty Douglas, Jill Bestic, Rural Clinical School and ANU Medical School, ANU College of Medicine, Biology & Environment

For maximising students’ engagement in learning though provision of highly contextual, culturally safe, experiential learning opportunities, backed by an academically robust, clearly articulated program and committed student mentoring support.

 

Colleges of Science Award for Outstanding Contribution to Student Learning

Cormac Corr, Research School of Physics & Engineering, ANU College of Physical & Mathematical Sciences

For promoting a learning community both inside and outside of his courses to motivate and inspire students to develop problem solving, critical thinking and communication skills.

 

Colleges of Science Citation for Outstanding Contribution to Student Learning

Katrina Anderson, ANU Medical School, ANU College of Medicine, Biology & Environment

For her work as a national leader in the area of the vertical integration of teaching and clinical supervisor training, both of which are crucial for student learning in the clinical years.

 

Colleges of Science Citation for Outstanding Contribution to Student Learning

Peta Moisis & Melanie Trinick, Research School of Biology, ANU College of Medicine, Biology & Environment

For outstanding support to academic staff in developing effective and safe laboratory classes as key components of the biology research-led curriculum.

 

Colleges of Science Award for Excellence in Tutoring or Demonstrating

Tom Sloan, Fenner School of Environment & Society, ANU College of Medicine, Biology & Environment

For an outstanding contribution to student learning by challenging and empowering students in sustainability education to develop their own opinions of the subject matter.

 

Colleges of Science Special Commendation for a Program that Enhances Learning

Jodie Bradby, Cormac Corr, Patrick Kluth, James Sullivan, Research School of Physics & Engineering, ANU College of Physical & Mathematical Sciences

Physics Project Market Day is a unique event that promotes research as an integral part of the undergraduate student experience at ANU, fosters interactions between staff and students and presents the breadth of student physics research projects available.

 

Colleges of Science Special Commendation for Outstanding Contribution to Student Learning

Linda Stals, Mathematical Sciences Institute, ANU College of Physical & Mathematical Sciences

Linda Stals has engaged a wide group of students to learn mathematics by conscientiously giving them reasons to put the effort into learning mathematics.

 

Colleges of Science Citation for Outstanding Contribution to Student Learning by an early career academic

Vanessa Beanland, Research School of Psychology, ANU College of Medicine, Biology & Environment

For developing effective approaches to engaging and inspiring students by making course content accessible and infusing lectures and labs with real-world examples that demonstrate the relevance of neuroscience to all areas of psychology.

 

Colleges of Science Citation for Outstanding Contribution to Student Learning by an early career academic

Nick Engerer, Fenner School of Environment & Society, ANU College of Medicine, Biology & Environment

For developing teaching and learning approaches which influence, motivate, inspire and support students.

 

Colleges of Science Citation for Outstanding Contribution to Student Learning by an early career academic

Tim Trudgian, Mathematical Sciences Institute, ANU College of Physical & Mathematical Sciences

For developing teaching and learning approaches which influence, motivate, inspire and support students.

Vice-Chancellor's Award for Teaching Excellence

Lindy Orthia, Australian National Centre for Public Awareness of Science, ANU College of Physical & Mathematical Sciences

 

Vice-Chancellor's Award for Programs that Enhance Learning

Ruth Mills & 96 team members, Colleges of Science Teaching & Learning Centre

 

Vice-Chancellor's Award for Excellence in Tutoring or Demonstrating

Walter Reinhardt, Fenner School of Environment & Society, ANU College of Medicine, Biology & Environment

 

Colleges of Science Award for Teaching Excellence

Imogen Mitchell, ANU Medical School, ANU College of Medicine, Biology & Environment

 

Colleges of Science Award for Teaching Excellence

Foundations of Physics Team: Nick Robins, John Debs, Kyle Hardman, Gordon McDonald, Shamila Sané, David Watts, Samuel Needham, Jake Glidden, Sarah Adlong, Research School of Physics & Engineering, ANU College of Physical & Mathematical Sciences

 

Colleges of Science Award for Programs that Enhance Learning (PhB)

Paula Newitt, Colleges of Science

 

Colleges of Science Award for Outstanding Contribution to Student Learning

Sue Cossetto, Research School of Biology, ANU College of Medicine, Biology & Environment

 

Colleges of Science Award for Outstanding Contribution to Student Learning

The Medical School Outcomes Project Team: Jan Provis, Imogen Mitchell, David Kramer, Fiona Lithander, Kristy Douglas, Amanda Barnard, ANU Medical School, ANU College of Medicine, Biology & Environment

 

Colleges of Science Award for Outstanding Pedagogic use of Wattle

Sara Beavis, Fenner School of Environment & Society, ANU College of Medicine, Biology & Environment

Office for Learning & Teaching (OLT) Citation for Outstanding Contribution to Student Learning

Mark Ellison, Research School of Chemistry, ANU College of Physical & Mathematical Sciences

For outstanding commitment to chemistry education and many years of inspiring students to learn chemistry by showing why it is important, relevant and exciting.

 

Vice-Chancellor's Citation for Outstanding Contribution to Student Learning

Isabelle Ferru, Research School of Biology, ANU College of Medicine, Biology & Environment

For a sustained commitment to engaging and inspiring students in parasitology and the medical sciences, through innovative curricula, authentic learning, thought‐provoking resources, and challenging assessments.

 

Special Commendation, Vice-Chancellor's Award for Teaching Excellence

Michael Platow, Research School of Psychology, ANU College of Medicine, Biology & Environment

Michael Platow has taught university-level social psychology for over 20 years in three different countries. Over this span of time and space, Michael consistently receives highly favourable student evaluations, and strong student demand as an honours supervisor.

 

Special Commendation, Vice-Chancellor's Citation for Outstanding Contribution to Student Learning

Krisztina Valter, John Curtin School of Medical Research, ANU College of Medicine, Biology & Environment

For inspiring teaching through development of curricula and resources in the field of Medical Sciences. Krisztina’s approach to teaching is to develop approaches that help students achieve a deep understanding of the subject.