ECU academics receive ALTC recognition
Tuesday, 28 June 2011
ECU academics Dr Joyce Hendricks, Dr Julie Ann Pooley and Professor Mark Stoney have all ALTC 2011 Citations for Outstanding Contributions to Student Learning
Congratulations to ECU academics Dr Joyce Hendricks, Dr Julie Ann Pooley and Professor Mark Stoney, who have all received Australian Learning and Teaching Council (ALTC) 2011 Citations for Outstanding Contributions to Student Learning.
The academics have all been recognised for a sustained commitment to the student experience.
Senior Lecturer in the School of Nursing, Midwifery and Postgraduate Medicine, Dr Joyce Hendricks, was recognised for her role in developing a leadership program that improves the student experience through engaging and motivating industry-based projects.
Senior Lecturer in the School of Psychology and Social Science, Dr Julie Ann Pooley, was recognised for her contributions to student learning through excellent and innovative teaching and support programs.
School of Law and Justice Professor, Mark Stoney, was recognised for a range of engagement, service and teaching activities that have created improved learning opportunities for his students.
Acting Vice-Chancellor Professor John Finlay-Jones congratulates all three winners on their outstanding contributions to student learning.
“Joyce, Julie Ann and Mark have achieved significant success, and this recognition from the ALTC is a testament to that,” said Professor Finlay-Jones.
“On behalf of everyone at ECU I congratulate them for their ongoing commitment and dedication to enhancing the learning experience for our ECU students.”
The winners will be presented with their citations, worth $10,000 each, at the Australian Awards for University Teaching Ceremony held at the Sydney Opera House on Tuesday, 16 August.
For more information on the awards visit the ALTC website.