To align with our campus reactivation principles, and for the first time ever, the ceremony was run as a hybrid event. Award and citation recipients joined Vice-Chancellor and President Professor Attila Brungs, Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Education and Students) Professor Shirley Alexander, Faculty Deans and Associate Deans (Teaching and Learning) in the Great Hall for a socially distanced in-person event, while family, friends and colleagues joined the ceremony via a livestream.
We also recognised our National Citations for Outstanding Contribution to Student Learning recipients, and wrapped up the afternoon with a keynote address from the Faculty of Transdisciplinary Innovation’s Professor Bem Le Hunte.
Keep scrolling for a recording of the full event, plus photographs of our winners with Vice-Chancellor and President Professor Attila Brungs and Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Education and Students) Professor Shirley Alexander.
Learning and Teaching Awards
Learning and Teaching High Commendations
Learning and Teaching Citations
National Citations for Outstanding Contribution to Student Learning
Apply now for the 2020 UTS Learning and Teaching Awards and Citations
Applications for the 2020 UTS Learning and Teaching Awards and Citations are now open. UTS academic and professional staff members, including staff employed on a casual or sessional basis, are eligible to apply.