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Australian Awards for University Teaching

Find all the 2018 Australian Awards for University Teaching winners  here (PDF 4.2MB).

ECU Australian Awards for University Teaching Winners 2018

Programs that Enhance Learning

  • The prestigious Bachelor of Arts (Acting) program at the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts (WAAPA). Led by Ms Glenda Linscott, it was recognised for its innovative teaching and outstanding student experience and graduate outcomes.
  • The State-wide Partnership Enabling Assistant Nursing Training in ECU’s Bachelor of Science (Nursing) program. Led by Ms Carol Crevacore, it gives students opportunities for employment during their studies while boosting their employability and giving valuable experience.

Citation for Outstanding Contributions to Student Learning

  • Dr Marianne Knaus was recognised for changing pre-service teachers’ mindsets to enable effective and passionate teaching of mathematics in early childhood settings.
  • Dr Steven Richardson was recognised for promoting engagement and active learning in first-year mathematics through an integrated lecture-tutorial class format supported by computer-aided formative assessment.

Congratulations to all the winners.

If you would like support in applying for a teaching award, please contact Dr Catherine Moore, ECU’s Institutional Contact Officer for Teaching Awards, on 6304 2430, or by email

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