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Divisional Teaching Excellence Awards

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To recognise and reward teaching excellence at Waikato, the University gives staff and students the opportunity to nominate people who they think deserve consideration for a teaching award. Nominations may be made at any time during the year, but will be processed for selection purposes in early September the following year. Nominations made after this will be included in the next annual selection cycle.

Please access this link for the Divisional Teaching Excellence Award (DTEA) guidelines for 2021.

Annually, up to six recipients will be conferred from within each Division, and, two from FMIS.  Each Division, and, FMIS will fund its own DTEA internally.

Later in the year, DTEA recipients may be selected by their respective PVC or Dean to go forward for the University Staff Awards (Teaching Excellence), with a monetary value of $3000.

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If you would like further information about Teaching Excellence Awards and/or support for preparing a teaching portfolio, please contact [email protected], and a member of our teaching development team will get back to you.

Divisional Teaching Excellence Award - recipients

2021

Recipients for 2021

Stephanie Gibbons, Division of Arts, Law, Psychology and Social Science (Philosophy Programme)

Dr Aleea Devitt, Division of Arts, Law, Psychology and Social Science (School of Psychology)

Dr Tim Edwards, Division of Arts, Law, Psychology and Social Science (School of Psychology)

Dr Jessica Rubin, Division of Education

Dr Joanna Hicks, Division of Health, Engineering, Computing and Science (Te Huataki Waiora - School of Health)

Associate Professor Jo Lane, Division of Health, Engineering, Computing and Science (School of Science)

Dr Christo Ackermann, Division of Management (School of Accounting, Finance and Economics)

Dr Kelly Hsiao, Division of Management (School of Accounting, Finance and Economics)

Lucy Campbell, Te Puna Ako Centre for Tertiary Teaching and Learning

Andrea Zanibellato, University of Waikato Joint Institute, Zhejiang University City College China