Awards

Awards

YearAwards for Jindaola ProgramAwarded byDetails
2020 Award for Outstanding Contribution to Teaching and Learning (OCTAL) University of Wollongong Vice-Chancellor’s Award Winner of Category: Programs that Enhance Learning
2019 Best Poster Award Higher Education Research & Development Society of Australia (HERDSA) Conference, Auckland, NZ Poster: “Researching the Impact of Jindaola
2018 Australasian Academic Development Good Practice Awards Council of Australasian University Leaders in Learning & Teaching Inaugural Overall Winner and Winner of People’s Choice Award

Recognition

YearJindaola RecognitionDetails
2020 Fast Track Innovation Award – Curriculum Delivery Winner MBA Roundtable Award for UOW Sydney Business School for “Embedding an Aboriginal perspective in the MBA Curriculum during the COVID-19 lockdown period”
2020 Margaret Sheil Leadership Award winner: Associate Professor Danielle Skropeta Media Professor Skropeta is involved in Jindaola, UOW’s initiative that embeds Indigenous knowledge into the curriculum. She is a key part of the chemistry team engaged in the program, with the hopes of helping students learn more about and respect Aboriginal culture and knowledge, while also addressing the underrepresentation of Indigenous Australians in the academic field of chemistry
2019 The Financial Times UOW Sydney Business School lauded for promoting best practices of sustainability, ethics and social purpose for their impact with the Jindaola program.
2018 HERDSA Conference 2018, Jindaola mention in Closing Plenary Closing Plenary by Emeritus Professor Ronald Barnett (Institute of Education, University of London). Jindaola was the only conference presentation mentioned by the respectable Emeritus Professor Ronald Barnett in his Closing Plenary, who spoke about how Jindaola ‘has challenged his thinking in this space with relation to how universities across the world can focus on co-creation to authentically embody a knowledge ecology that represents and respects knowledge beyond that of the dominant culture’.