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UC Teaching Awards and Teaching Medal

Do you know an excellent teacher or teaching team who deserve wider recognition?
Then take a moment to nominate them for a UC Teaching Award or the UC Teaching Medal.

Nominations for the 2020 Teaching Awards and UC Teaching Medal are open from now until 18 May, so kick start your year now.

Don’t forget that there is also an award available for implementing a single special teaching innovation, and that all teaching awards also bring with them a financial reward. The process is simple: complete a one-step form.

All awards recognise excellence in teaching (including thesis supervision) in both undergraduate and graduate programmes. The teaching medal is UC’s highest award for teaching and leadership.
Further information and nomination forms are available on the Teaching Awards or the Teaching Medal websites.

UC Teaching Awards

Come and celebrate the work of this year’s UC Teaching Award winners – Associate Professor Ashley Garrill (Biological Sciences), Professor Alessandro Palermo (Civil and Natural Resources Engineering) and Dr Marlene Villeneuve (Geological Sciences) – at the opening event of UC’s Teaching Month on 1 July, from 10.30am in the Undercroft 101.

This celebration will launch UC Teaching Month for 2019, and will include the Vice-Chancellor, Professor Cheryl de la Rey, giving a key note speech from 11.30am on the future of teaching at UC, and the role of teaching in the emerging Academic Strategy.

Introduced in 2001, The UC Teaching Awards recognise excellence in both undergraduate and graduate teaching, and teaching-related activities. Learn more about this year’s winners’ teaching here>

The full timetable of events planned for July’s Teaching Month can be accessed Teaching month website>

Please join us in congratulating Associate Professor Ashley Garrill, Professor Alessandro Palermo and Dr Marlene Villeneuve on 1 July.

UC Teaching Awards 2018 – Dr Masayoshi Ogino

In celebration of UC Teaching Month 2018, we are taking the opportunity to recognise this year’s UC Teaching Award winners.

Introduced in 2001, the UC Teaching Awards recognise excellence in both undergraduate and graduate teaching, and includes $1,500 for each winner towards teaching-related activities.

Three recipients have been named for 2018 and we have introduced you to each of our winners through Intercom over the course of UC Teaching Month:

This week, please join us in congratulating our third and final winner, Dr Masayoshi Ogino. You can learn more about his teaching philosophies, here> 

UC TEACHING AWARDS 2018 – Dr Heather Purdie

Following last week’s launch of UC Teaching Month 2018, we are taking the opportunity to recognise this year’s UC Teaching Award winners.

Introduced in 2001, The UC Teaching Awards recognise excellence in both undergraduate and graduate teaching, and include $1,500 for each winner towards teaching-related activities.

Three recipients have been named for 2018, and we will be sharing more about each winner through Intercom over the course of UC Teaching Month.

Please join us in congratulating Dr Heather Purdie, and learn more about her teaching philosophies, here>

UC Teaching Awards 2018 – Associate Professor Annie Potts

In celebrating the launch of UC Teaching Month for 2018, we are taking the opportunity to recognise our UC Teaching Award winners for 2018.

Introduced in 2001, The UC Teaching Awards recognise excellence in both undergraduate and graduate teaching, and include $1,500 for each winner towards teaching-related activities.

Three recipients have been named for 2018, and we will be sharing more about each winner through Intercom over the course of UC Teaching Month.

Please join us in congratulating Associate Professor Annie Potts, and learn more about her teaching philosophies, here>