Universities Australia on 23 February announced the 2021 Australian Awards for University Teaching (AAUT). These awards celebrate and reward programs and practices that support students and enhance learning. 

Our 2021 AAUT Recipients are…

The following educators were awarded a Citation for Outstanding Contribution to Student Learning.

Associate Professor Kevin Brooks, Faculty Medicine Health and Human Sciences

For sustained excellence in teaching the psychology of perception through innovative research enhanced learning and teaching approaches that support, engage, and motivate diverse student groups. 

Dr Rimante Ronto, Faculty Medicine Health and Human Sciences

For excellence in inspiring, motivating and engaging public health students in transformative, innovative, and real-word learning. 

Zara Bending, Faculty of Arts

For inspiring the next generation of legal scholars, advocates, and changemakers through holistic mentorship and transformative learning design. 

Trish Behan, Macquarie University College

For sustained commitment to leading impactful and collaborative mental health initiatives to support staff and enhance student experience. 

Team of Professor Catherine Dean, Associate Professor Verity Pacy, Dr Morwenna Kirwan, Dr Kelly Gray and Alexandra Bhatti

A collaborative and innovative approach to curriculum development that delivers connected, flexible and immersive digitally enhanced learning experiences to support and engage medical and health science students. 

Congratulations to our outstanding educators and their achievements at the 2021 Australian Awards for University Teaching!

Posted by Alexandra Velleley

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