3 December 2013
The 12 winners of the University of the Sunshine Coast’s new Advance Awards will be recognised at a ceremony on Wednesday 4 December for outstanding contribution to teaching, learning and student support at USC.
Deputy Vice-Chancellor Professor Birgit Lohmann said the awards attracted almost 300 nominations from students and staff acknowledging the excellent work of their teachers, professional staff and colleagues.
“The 93 people who then submitted applications demonstrated an impressive diversity of innovative and inspiring learning and teaching practice,” she said.
Professor Lohmann will speak at the ceremony in the USC Art Gallery from 12-1pm. The awards and winners are:
For Advancing Quality Teaching
For Advancing the Blended Learning Environment (Blended teaching involves integrating educational technologies with face-to-face teaching)
For Advancing the Student Experience
— Julie Schomberg