FoHS staff feature prominently in the VC’s awards

And Glady joins the Dean in congratulating our Faculty award winning teachers and researchers recognised in the recent Vice-Chancellor’s Learning and Teaching Awards and the Research Excellence Awards.

The Vice-Chancellor’s Learning and Teaching Awards recognise and celebrate the efforts of individuals and teams who make outstanding contributions to learning and teaching and improve the quality of student engagement, experience and learning outcomes.  We would like to congratulate our recent winners:

Learning and Teaching Award – Student Led

Dr Anita Szakay, Department of Linguistics

Annette Magee, Department of Educational Studies

Mandy Yeates, Department of Educational Studies

Vice-Chancellor’s Citation Award for Outstanding Contribution to Student Learning, the team consisting of:

Associate Professor Kerry Sherman, Department of Psychology

Dr Susan Ferguson, Department of Psychology

Michael Rampe, Department of Linguistics

Christopher Kilby, Department of Psychology

Michael Catabay, Learning and Innovation Hub

Dr Jessica Alcorso, Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences

Vice-Chancellor’s Award for Teaching Excellence

Dr Wayne Warburton, Department of Psychology

The Research Excellence Awards provide an opportunity for us to acknowledge the quality of the research conducted within our Faculty, and recognise some of the many researchers who are contributing to truly impactful world-leading research. With this in mind, we would like to congratulate our recent winners:

Excellence in Research Award: 5 Future-Shaping Research Priorities

Professor Mark Wiggins, Department of Psychology (Prosperous Economies)

Associate Professor Kerry Sherman, Department of Psychology (Healthy People)

Early Career Research Excellence Award

Dr Carly Johnco, Department of Psychology

Higher Degree Research Excellence Award

Dr Nathan Caruana, Department of Cognitive Science

Macquarie University Research Fellowships

We also congratulate two of our early career researchers on their recent Macquarie University Research Fellowships. These highly competitive fellowships are awarded to outstanding researchers in the early stages of their career who show evidence of exceptional research potential. Please join us in congratulating:

Dr Nathan Caruana, Department of Cognitive Science

Dr Miriam Forbes, Department of Psychology

Special mention

Special mention goes to Associate Professor Kerry Sherman who received awards in both learning and teaching and research.

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