2013 Achievements and Teaching Awards

Congratulations to the following College of Business staff.

College of Business Teaching Excellence 2013

Vice-Chancellor's Distinguished Teaching Award

Dr Ingo Karpen

Economics, Finance and Marketing

For inspiring students to be co-creators of their learning environment with strong industry partnerships and the development of curricula informed by educational research.

Teaching Excellence, Higher Education

College of Business

Dr Constantino Stavros

School of Economics, Finance & Marketing

For sustained excellence in student-centred teaching practice aligned with industry engagement, innovation and practical applications of knowledge in the field of Marketing.

Early Career Academic (Higher Education)

Dr Ingo Karpen

School of Economics, Finance and Marketing

For inspiring a passion among students to engage with their peers, staff and industry partners to co-create exciting learning experiences and excellent learning outcomes.

Teaching Excellence, TAFE

Commendation

Mr Brett Stavenuiter

Ms Helen Dougiakis

Ms Katie Crandon

Mr Anthony Hasell

Business TAFE School

Programs that Enhance Student Learning

Widening Participation

Ms Miranda Bryant

Business TAFE School

For embedding language and literacy on-demand in a classroom training program as a Contextualised Content Substructure, for greater student accessibility and increased participation.

Educational Partnerships and Collaborations with other organisations

Mr Alain Grossbard

Business TAFE School

For the implementation of industry integrated learning and teaching approach through the practice of incorporating ‘real-life’ projects in partnership and collaboration with external organisations.

Flexible Learning and Teaching

Ms Hazel Sims

Business TAFE School

For developing the eConference project in a way that suited learner’s needs, maximising the use of technology to provide flexibility in time and space.

Innovation in Curriculum Learning and Teaching Award

Dr Carol Tan

School of Management

For commitment to improve entrepreneurship curriculum and student learning by engaging in authentic learning activities, strategically leveraging the use of applied research and guest speakers.

Postgraduate Education

Dr Sue Reynolds

Dr Paul Mercieca

Ms Bernadette Welch

A/Prof. Peter Macauley

Mr Huan Vo-Tran

Mr John Terrell

Prof. Nilmini Wickramasinghe

School of Business IT & Logistics

For a program designed to produce work-ready, passionate graduates, already engaged with their discipline, in order to enhance career satisfaction and sustainability of the profession.