Faculty of Arts

Teaching and Service awards

Faculty Teaching Awards logo 2014

Award winners are eligible for entry into the national award competition: Australian Learning & Teaching Council Awards.

University Awards

Excellence in Teaching Awards

Is there a lecturer or tutor you think is doing a fantastic job this year?

The Excellence in Teaching Awards are a way of recognising and rewarding outstanding teaching within the Faculty, whether this be on campus, in research, in practice or in placements. It is an opportunity to acknowledge those teachers who make a real difference to the learning experience of students. Categories are:

  1. Awards for Teaching Excellence
  2. Award for Research Supervision Excellence
  3. Award for a Project that Enhances Learning

Service Award category

Do you think there is a professional or academic member of staff that has contributed greatly towards student learning and/or the University?

The Award for Outstanding Contribution to Student Learning honours the achievements of all staff in the under-recognised aspects of working life. The Service Award aims to acknowledge the contributions made in the areas of outreach, collaboration, and collegiality, whether this be on campus or in the broader community.

Nominations

Semester 2 nominations for the Faculty of Arts Teaching and Service Awards are now open.

To nominate a staff member for a Teaching Excellence and/or a Service Award, please click and fill in the appropriate nomination form below:

Nominations will close on Friday 31 October 2014. Please make sure to submit your nominations before this closing date.


Guidelines

For further explanation of the awards and categories, see the documents below:

FTSA Guidelines [PDF, 63.3 KB]
Updated 25 Sep 2014


FTSA Guidelines [RTF, 107.6 KB]
Updated 25 Sep 2014


FTSA Coversheet [PDF, 34.3 KB]
Updated 14 Feb 2014


FTSA Coversheet [RTF, 297.4 KB]
Updated 14 Feb 2014


 

Guidelines for invited applicants

If you have been invited to proceed with your application please refer to the guidelines below: