The university is home to a number of academic teachers who have been recognised for outstanding contributions to the quality of student learning over the past several years.
Two Griffith University academics, Professor Gemma Carey and Professor Mark Brimble, have received prestigious national teaching awards that honour significant contributions to student learning.
Five Griffith University academics have been recognised as among the best teachers in the nation.
Students don’t have to wait until they’ve graduated from high school to meet passionate business academic Ruth McPhail. The Griffith Business School Associate Professor is the driving force behind pre-university aspiration raising and preparation, as the Chair or the Orientation and Curriculum Working Group, Academic lead founder of the Peer Assisted Study Sessions (PASS) strategy and a […]
Dr Tim Stevens has taken marine biology at Griffith University to a whole new level. With the creation of a marine life identification app, a field course at Heron Island and a new innovative curriculum, he has increased student enrolments, improved student engagement and retention and facilitated graduate employability. In recognition of his dedication Dr […]
Studio teaching is the new buzz word in urban and environmental planning education. And if anyone knows how to use this to transform teaching and learning it’s Dr Caryl Bosman. It’s her leadership in the design, implementation and scholarly evaluation of studio teaching that has seen her awarded a Citation for Outstanding Contributions to Student Learning as […]
A passion for teaching chemistry has been the fuel for success for Griffith’s Dr Andrew Pearson who has been awarded a Citation for Outstanding Contribution to Student Learning from the Australian Government. Responsible for supporting the learning of 1000 new students each year in the Schools of Medical Science, Allied Health Sciences, Dentistry, Medicine and […]