2016 EASS Academic Excellence Awards

The 2016 EASS Academic Excellence Awards was held on the 8 March 2017 in the Bradley Forum to recognise and acknowledge the teaching & learning and research efforts by Division staff.  There were approximately 100 attendees for the event from staff members and HDR students, including the Pro Vice Chancellor: Student Engagement & Equity, Dr Laura-Anne Bull and EASS PVC, Professor Denise Meredyth.

The awardees were:

  • Mid-Career Researcher: Dr Jonathan Crichton, School of Communication, International Studies and Languages
  • Mid-Career Researcher (commendation): Dr Carla Litchfield, School of Psychology, Social Work and Social Policy
  • Mid-Career Teacher: Luci Giannattilio, School of Art, Architecture and Design
  • Early Career Researcher: James Herbert, Australian Centre for Child Protection
  • Early Career Researcher (commendation): Dr Tim McGinley, School of Art, Architecture and Design
  • Early Career Teacher: Rosie Roberts, School of Communication, International Studies and Languages
  • International Collaboration – Research: Professor Maureen Dollard, School of Psychology, Social Work and Social Policy
  • End User Engagement – Research: Assoc Prof Jillian Dorrian and Assoc Prof Siobhan Banks, School of Psychology, Social Work and Social Policy
  • End User Engagement – Research (commendation): Dr Jane Webb-Williams, School of Education
  • Research Support – Julie White, Stephanie Krawczyk & Anna Dinys, School of Communication, International Studies and Languages
  • Research Support - Kate Loechel & Dr Fiona O’Neill, School of Education
  • Professional Staff – Teaching & Learning Support

 

Metrics Awards

  • Academic Excellence Research: Professor Ina Bornkessel-Schesewsky, School of Psychology, Social Work and Social Policy
  • Academic Excellence Teaching: Dr Carole Zufferey, School of Psychology, Social Work and Social Policy
  • Supervisors of the year – Doctorate by Research: Assoc Prof Jillian Dorrian, School of Psychology, Social Work and Social Policy and Dr Elspeth McInnes, School of Education
  • Supervisors of the year – Masters by Research: Jim Moss, School of Art, Architecture and Design
  • Honours Completions Program Award (2015 completions): Bachelor of Arts (Honours), School of Communication, International Studies and Languages
  • HDR Pathway Conversion Award (2016 commencers): School of Psychology, Social Work & Social Policy
  • Outstanding Student Evaluation Attainment (Undergraduate Teaching): Dr Kit MacFarlane, School of Communication, International Studies and Languages
  • High Achievement in Student Evaluation Attainment (Undergraduate Teaching): Gabriella Bisetto, School of Art, Architecture and Design, Odette England, School of Art, Architecture and Design, Dr Rodney Fopp, School of Communication, International Studies and Languages, Mark Kimber, School of Art, Architecture and Design, and Dr Renae Summers, School of Psychology, Social Work & Social Policy
  • Outstanding Student Evaluation Attainment (Postgraduate Teaching): Dr Deborah Green, School of Education
  • High Achievement in Student Evaluation Attainment (Postgraduate Teaching): Doreen Donovan, School of Art, Architecture and Design, Gregory Donovan, School of Art, Architecture and Design, Dr Damian Madigan, School of Art, Architecture and Design, Anna Rogers, School of Education and Dr Garth Stahl, School of Education
  • Outstanding Student Evaluation Attainment, Casual Academic (Undergraduate Teaching): Rebecca Lokan, School of Education
  • Outstanding Student Evaluation Attainment, Casual Academic (Postgraduate Teaching): Shaan Gilson, School of Education
  • Overall School Student Evaluation Attainment: School of Education

The award recipients of the 2016 UniSA Teaching Awards, in the Citation for Outstanding Contributions to Student Learning category, announced in late December 2016 were awarded their certificates at the EASS Academic Excellence Awards.   

Award recipients:

  • Gabriella Bisetto (School of Art, Architecture and Design) For implementing a suite of learning experiences that enables students to graduate as successful glass artists commensurate with industry skills and professional knowledge.
  • Dr Garth Stahl (School of Education), Erica Sharplin (School of Education), Dr Ben Kehrwald (Teaching Innovation Unit) Using and researching innovative approaches to develop the proficiency of pre-service teachers.

 

 

 

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