Vice-Chancellor's Awards for Excellence in Community Engagement
Rewarding Community Engagement
The Vice-Chancellor’s Award for Excellence in Community Engagement was established in 2006 to recognise and encourage exceptional community engagement by a member of the University staff and group of staff. Up to two awards may be made each year - one to an individual member of staff and a second "team" award may be made to a group of staff (usually of no more than six members).
The annual award is open to all staff and carries a prize of $2,000 for the individual award and $2,000 (in total) for the group award. The award(s) will be presented annually at the ‘Vice-Chancellor’s Awards for Excellence’ event.
Guidelines & Nomination Form (pdf version)
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Highly Commended - Dr Prashan Premaratne, Senior Lecturer School of Electrical, Computer & Telecommunications Engineering (SECTE), EIS
Highly Commended - Associate Professor Louella McCarthy, Academic Leader, Community Engagement, Graduate School of Medicine
Winner - The Recovery Camp - Professor Lorna Moxham, Dr Susan Sumskis, Mr Christopher Patterson, Dr Renee Brighton, Dr Dana Perlman and Ms Ellie Taylor
Highly Commended - Regional Careers Councillor Team - Tania Goodman, Nicole Smith, Saskia Ebejer and Elisabeth Symes
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The award is administered by the Advancement Division
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