The second part of a two-part series that provides tips on applying for an award.
Monday marked the annual Vice-Chancellor's Learning and Teaching Awards Ceremony, a night to recognise the many talented UTS staff who are innovating their learning experience for students.
Dr James Wakefield was the recipient of a 2018 Universities Australia Citation for his contributions to student learning. Here he tells us about the work he has now been nationally recognised for, and the current landscape for learning and teaching.
Don't miss your chance to RSVP! The Ceremony will take place on Monday 25 March.
“Our work is to Indigenise the academy”: Professor Susan Page chats to us about CAIK’s award winning work
UTS academics in the Centre for the Advancement of Indigenous Knowledges (CAIK) have been recognised for their work with the prestigious Neville Bonner Award. Professor Susan Page talked to us about the team's work and the process behind the Indigenous Graduate Attribute.
The winner of the UTS Social Impact award talks to us about her practice in training pre-service teachers.
On her award, tricks and tips, changes and challenges in teaching and more...
Award-winning collaboration the Transdisciplinary Living Lab model teaches students about sustainability
The Transdisciplinary Living Lab has proved a successful model for an educational experience that puts into practice sustainability goals, starting with management of food waste. Read on to hear about the process of this award-winning collaboration.
The UTS Human Rights Awards last week shone a light on the hard work of some inspiring members of the community, including our colleague Emily Quinn Smyth.