Faculty of Arts Learning and Teaching awards 2015
Page last published: 12 Aug 2015
Congratulations to the 2015 Faculty of Arts Learning and Teaching Awards winners. The awards recognise and celebrate the contributions of academic staff to excellence in teaching, enhancing student learning, and enriching student experience.
2015 Faculty of Arts Learning and Teaching awards winners
For fostering meaningful experiential learning for students and engagement between the university and wider community
Dr Maria Amigo is an Associate Lecturer at the Department of Sociology where she supervises the Internships in Social Research unit.
For implementing conversational audiovisual products to enhance the flipped classroom experience in a task-based Chinese language teaching class
Ms Sijia Guo is an Associate Lecturer in Chinese Studies and is currently teaching Introductory Chinese and Basic Spoken Chinese.
For enhancing learning outcomes and engagement for online-only students through the provision of outstanding learning and teaching practices
Dr Stephanie Russo is an Early Career Research Fellow at the Department of English. Her main area of research is English literature and culture 1700-1900.
For excellence in fostering positive motivation and passion for language learning by increasing student engagement through a supportive student-focused L&T environment
Dr Chavalin Svetanant is a Lecturer in Japanese Studies. Her research interests include Japanese linguistics, Japanese language education, and pop culture and media studies.
For the development of innovative and original gamified strategies and systems that enhance student engagement and marking transparency
Dr Rowan Tulloch is a digital media and video game theorist, and is Program Director for the Interactivity and Games major.
- Research grant awarded to Dr Denis Crowdy
- Understanding China through ancient philosophy and history
- Criminology lecturer's research recognised by ANZ Society of Criminology
- Celebrating the success of Politics and International Relations staff
- Media students learn from multi-award winning screen production writer and director