Innovation and excellence in science, technology,
engineering and mathematics
Science and Engineering Faculty received three of the five awards presented to QUT in the Australian Awards for University Teaching
QUT teachers who excel in creating real world learning environments and experiences for their students in robotics, Indigenous studies, science, and engineering are among those honoured by this year's Australian Awards for University Teaching.
QUT educators received five Citations for Outstanding Contributions to Student Learning in the national awards and were recognised at a Brisbane ceremony on September 24.
Three AAUT awards are attributed to QUT Science and engineering educators, including Professor Peter Corke, Associate Professor Jennifer Firn, and Professor Doug Hargreaves
In all, QUT's five citations placed the university in the nation's top four performers for this round of AAUT awards.
Citation recipients were each awarded $10,000, to be used to further their work in teaching and learning.
The Australian Awards for University Teaching are overseen by the Australian Government's Office for Teaching and Learning.
Original story: QUT educators earn A+ in national teaching awards
Director, Australian Research Council Centre of Excellence for Robotics Vision - Science and Engineering Faculty, Electrical Engineering and Computer Systems
Associate Professor - Science and Engineering Faculty, Earth, Environmental and Biological Sciences, Environmental Systems
Professor - Chemistry, Physics, Mechanical Engineering, Mechanical Systems and Asset Management