Award-winning teachers and program
Three of the School's staff have been honoured at the 2009 UQ Awards for Excellence in Teaching & Learning.
Associate Professor Lawrie Gahan received an Award for Teaching Excellence. Professor Ross Barnard and Dr Steve Reid, joined by Dr Damien Hine of the School of Business, received an Award for Programs that Enhance Learning, for the Biotechnology program.
Lawrie was recognised by his students and peers for sustained excellence in teaching. His award celebrates a broad and deep contribution to enhancing the quality of learning and teaching. Five such awards are granted each year in the University and each winner receives a grant of $10,000. Read Lawrie's citation and view the video here.
The Biotechnology award is in a category that recognises programs and services that enhance the quality of student learning and the quality of the student experience at UQ. Awards are made to projects/services initiated by curriculum teams, groups or organisational units. The Biotechnology team also receives a grant of $10,000. Read the program's citation and view the video here. The way in which UQ Biotechnology is responding to global change is profiled here.
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