In case you missed it the University announced via the DPC site the winners of the Faculty Research and Teaching Awards. The details of each winner can be seen via the InspiRED profile stories (note: I will feature one each month/issue).
Excellence in teaching and research are both key to the success of our University and our ability to drive regional outcomes with global impact.
Both award programs are an opportunity to celebrate and learn more about some of the innovative and impactful teaching and research the Academic Portfolio delivers.
Please congratulate the 70 winners of our Faculty Research Awards and the 19 staff recognised in our Executive Dean Teaching Awards!
The Faculty Research Awards celebrate the researchers with the highest Research Productivity Index (RPI) points in each of our Faculties and Schools in a range of categories, such as the top early career, Level B and female researchers.
The Executive Dean Teaching Awards recognise and reward excellence in teaching demonstrated through contributions made by individuals and teams to the quality of student learning. All award submissions are reviewed by a panel comprising of Heads of Schools and Teaching and Learning leads, with successful applications progressing to the Executive Deans and Pro Vice-Chancellor (Learning and Teaching) for final endorsement.
This month we offer our congratulations to Cliff Lewis who is the winner of the Most Productive Early Career Researcher Award for the School of Business and Most Productive Early Career Researcher Award (by Category A RPI Publication Points) for the Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Science. Learn more about Cliff’s work and research on our RED site.