Honour roll

Outstanding contributions to student learning amongst our staff community are recognised annually by the University and  the Australian Awards for University Teaching (AAUT). The following La Trobe University staff have received University or national citations in 2017:

Vice-Chancellors Award for Teaching Excellence

  • Dr Louise Lexis and Dr Brianna Julien
    For the transformation of a traditionally delivered excercise physiology module into a contemporary curriculum comprised of blended learning and laboratory-based inquiry oriented learning.
  • Dr Sarah Midford, Dr Sara James and Dr Quinn Eades
    For best-practice blended curriculum design of interdisciplinary core subjects that support the success and retention of Bachelor of Arts students through active learning and cohort building.

La Trobe University Citations for Outstanding Contributions to Student Learning

  • Dr Ross O'Shea and Dr Elly Djouma
    For sustained excellence in the development and delivery of flexible and effective curricula in pharmacology that inspires student engagement and promotes independent learning.
  • Dr Phillip Edwards
    For enhancing student participation and retention rates in an undergraduate Archaeology subject, leading to student success.
  • Dr Louise Lexis and Dr Brianna Julien
    For the transformation of a traditionally delivered excercise physiology module into a contemporary curriculum comprised of blended learning and laboratory-based inquiry oriented learning.
  • Dr Sarah Midford, Dr Sara James and Dr Quinn Eades
    For best-practice blended curriculum design of interdisciplinary core subjects that support the success and retention of Bachelor of Arts students through active learning and cohort building.

AAUT Citations for Outstanding Contributions to Student Learning

  • Dr Bert De Groef, Dr Sylvia Grommen and Dr Peter Sale
    For development of a flipped 1st year animal and agricultural sciences subject offering an engaging and authentic curriculum to different student cohorts.
  • Dr Deborah Jackson
    For excellence in the development, teaching and leadership of the College-wide Maths Skills Program, which provides mathematics support for students.

Past award winners

See our past exemplars.