Applications are now open for the 2019 Vice-Chancellor's Learning and Teaching Awards and Citations and UTS learning and teaching staff are encouraged to apply. Read on for categories and information on how to apply. Applications close Friday 18 October 2019 (10am).
The UTS Vice-Chancellor's Learning and Teaching Awards and Citations recognise the importance of learning and teaching for both undergraduate and postgraduate students within the framework of the UTS model of global practice-oriented education. They're aligned with the national teaching and learning awards and citations schemes. In fact, many successful UTS applicants have gone on to win national Citations or Teaching Awards.
See the list of winners from 2018.
- UTS Learning and Teaching Citations ($1,000) are awarded for significant and sustained contributions to student learning, student engagement and/or the student experience by individuals or teams.
- UTS Learning and Teaching Awards ($3,000 for individual awards and $5,000 for Team Teaching awards) are awarded in specific categories:
- Individual teaching Award
- Team Teaching Award
- Early Career Teaching Award
- Teaching by a casual or sessional staff member Award
- Strengthening the UTS Model of Learning Award
- learning.futures Award
- Contribution to Social Impact in Learning and Teaching Award
- Integration of Indigenous Professional Capabilities into Curriculum Award
- Academic Support Award
How to apply
- Download the below documentation and follow the recommended steps to develop your application.
Email digital copies of your application (PDF) to Philippa Scott by 18 October. Please do not send hard copies.
Applications close: 10am Friday 18 October 2019.
- Winners will be announced at the Learning and Teaching Forum in November 2019 and formally awarded at the Vice-Chancellor's Learning and Teaching Showcase early 2020.
- Attend a four-part workshops series in the LX.lab on preparing to apply for a teaching award or promotion, 'Focusing your case and practicing your claims' [opens Futures blog]. Workshop dates: 14 August and 11 September.
- See blog post 'Tips for applying for a teaching award'
- For questions about nominations and applying contact Philippa Scott, Manager of Strategic Programs, Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Education and Students)