We’re proud to celebrate the achievements of our UTS colleagues who were recognised for their teaching excellence at this week’s ceremony. 

Award for: Student Experience that supports diversity and inclusive practices

Awarded to: Embedding English Language (EEL) Program Team

  • Dr Rosalie Goldsmith
  • A/Prof Caroline Havery
  • Mr Neil James
  • Dr Emily Edwards
  • Dr Deborah Nixon
  • Mr Joseph Yeo

The Academic Language and Learning (ALL) team received an award for programs that enhance learning and providing student experience that supports diversity and inclusive practices. The EEL program “has had a positive impact on students, curriculum design and assessment in faculties at UTS, and it has enhanced faculty teaching practices…it is recognised, both nationally and internationally, as a leader in its field in the provision of disciplinary language support for international and domestic students”. 

Rosalie Goldsmith, Prof Caroline Havery, Neil James, Emily Edwards, Deborah Nixon and Joseph Yeo – winners of the Student Experience that supports diversity and inclusive practices award


The Event Creation Lab (A/Prof Carmel Foley and Ms Meg Hibbins) won their citation for “an innovative subject that inspires students, engaging them in developing professional capabilities for transitioning to employment and contributing to social justice”. 

Virtual Empathy Museum (Dr Jacqui Pich, Prof Tracy Levett-Jones, Ms Natalie Govind, Dr Samantha Jakimowicz, Dr Fiona Orr, Ms Sue Dean, Prof Michelle Kelly And Prof Jane Maguire) won a citation “For developing healthcare student’s empathy skills”. 

A huge congratulations to our recipients!

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