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University Citations for Outstanding Contribution to Student Learning

Several staff members have been recognised for excellence with the presentation of the 2017 University Citations for Outstanding Contribution to Student Learning.

Presented in Hobart and Launceston by Pro Vice-Chancellor, College of Arts and Law Professor Noel Frankam and Pro Vice-Chancellor (Schools Engagement) Access, Participation and Partnerships Professor Margaret Noble, the following citations were awarded:

Individual Awards

Professor Rob White - School of Social Sciences

For establishment and development of the first-ever criminology program in Tasmania, interacting with and positively contributing to the criminal justice system in this State.

Dr Jo-Anne Kelder - Learning and Teaching Quality Faculty of Health

Learning & Teaching Quality Faculty Office - Health

For enabling, leading and inspiring academics to provide high quality curriculum that is relevant to students, assures learning outcomes and is underpinned by scholarship.

Dr Janet Dyment - School of Education

For outstanding innovation in web conference pedagogies that promote professional learning communities and scholarly teacher inquiry in online teacher education.

Team Award

Dr Si Fan, Michelle Hinds, Ross Belbin and Katia Duff – School of Education

For sustained commitment to providing supportive and engaging experiences for pre-service teachers in an undergraduate teacher education program.

Image: Professor Rob White and Dr Jo-Anne Kelder

Published on: 06 Oct 2017 3:03pm