• Wednesday, 6 June 2018
    4:00 pm - 5:30 pm
  • UTS Great Hall, Level 5, Tower Building

Join us to celebrate the work done by 2017 UTS Vice Chancellor’s Learning and Teaching Award and Citation recipients.

We’ll celebrate the many ways teaching and professional staff at UTS are creating the best possible learning experiences and learning outcomes for our students, and hear about the projects that some of these recipients have worked on, such as ‘Developing scientists for the modern laboratory’ and ‘The Justice Brennan Project: Empowering students as change-agents’. See the full list of award and citation recipients from across a number of faculties here at UTS.

The evening will also include a keynote address by Professor Carl Rhodes, from the UTS Business School, who will speak on ‘Education, democracy and the future of work’.


4-5:30pm: Award ceremony and keynote address

5:30-6:30pm: Drinks and canapés in the UTS Balcony Room

The showcase is open to all UTS academic staff, including sessional staff, and professional staff. Children, families and members of the public are also welcome. So, come along and celebrate the achievements of your colleagues!

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  • Family (including children) and friends are welcome. Please select the number of guests you wish to bring in the ‘spaces’ field in the below registration form.  
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