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, reward and encourage exceptional community engagement by staff members of the University, as an individual or as part of a team. Up to two awards may be made each year.
The annual award is open to professional and academic staff and carries a prize of $2,000 for the individual award and $2,000 (in total) for the team award. The award(s) will be presented annually at the Vice-Chancellor’s Awards.
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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All Vice-Chancellors Awards
This Honour Board acknowledges the people who have been recognised by these prestigious awards. It is a fitting tribute to the academic and general staff who have displayed outstanding and exceptional achievement.