Celebrating the excellence of UTS academics: congratulations to our 2017 National Citation winners!

by | 21 Sep, 2017 | 0 comments

We're never surprised to hear that UTS academics go beyond expectations in their learning and teaching, but that doesn't make us any less excited for the recent awarding of National Citations to some of our own. Read on to find out who made the list...

Bringing together the best in the business from universities around the nation, the Australian Awards for University Teaching are a very big deal. We’re proud to celebrate the achievements of our colleagues who were recognised for their teaching excellence at this week’s ceremony, each awarded a Citation for Outstanding Contributions to Student Learning.

A huge congratulations to the following academics:

Amanda White receiving her awardDr Amanda White, UTS Business School

Amanda lectures in accounting for UTS Business School, and won her citation “For developing and delivering an innovative curriculum and resources to make the study of auditing accessible and engaging for undergraduate accounting students”.Stephen Woodcock receiving his award

Dr Stephen Woodcock, Faculty of Science

Stephen lectures in mathematical science for the Faculty of Science, and won his citation “For development of curricula and resources to foster enquiry-oriented and research-inspired thinking in the applied mathematical sciences”.

Nursing and midwifery: Indigenous Professional Capability

Led by Joanne Gray, the nursing and midwifery team are already well know for their excellence in learning and teaching. They won a national citation “For developing Indigenous professional capabilities as every nursing and midwifery student’s business: innovating student learning through distributed leadership and active collaboration”.

Again, congratulations to all the UTS academics who were awarded – you’re an inspiration to us all!

Group of UTS academics with DVC Shirley Alexander and VC Attila Brungs at the event.

Image credits: id photographics

Feature image credit: William Montout

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