2021 AAUT Video Series
2 June, 2021
One of the recommendations from assessors each year is for nominees to seek information from past recipients to improve their own application. We have interviewed past recipients and captured their advice. You can hear from the past Early Career and Neville Bonner award recipients at these links.
- 2018 Early Career Teaching Award Recipient – Associate Professor Christian Moro Read the Transcript
- 2019 Early Career Teaching Award Recipient – Dr Demelze Ireland Read the Transcript
- 2018 Neville Bonner Award Recipient – Professor Susan Page Read the Transcript
2021 AAUT Briefing Sessions
27 May, 2021
From May to July, we are delivering a series of online briefing sessions to create awareness of the awards as well as to support potential applicants. These sessions provide valuable information and sharing of insights from previous award recipients as well as from those who assess the awards.
We encourage all nominees applying for a Citation, Teaching Award or Program Award to attend the session briefings that are a best fit for their own application, regardless of discipline. They are a unique source of information and will help applicants craft a concise and focused submission. For more information click here.
Watch Briefing Session Recordings at AAUT Channel.
The Australian Article on the 19th May
19 May, 2021
As reported in The Australian on the 19th May, Universities Australia (UA) deputy vice-chancellors (academic) committee chairman David Sadler, who is also DVC (education) at the University of Western Australia, is committed to finding a way of continuing these awards. Professor Angela Carbone, AAUT Awards Director, views that this is not a good decision and gives the perception that the Australian government doesn’t really value excellent teaching or the quality of education we give our students, or doesn’t value innovations in the higher education landscape.
2021 AAUT is going ahead
13 May, 2021
In response to the short article in the Campus Morning Mail (13 May 2021). we assure you that the 2021 round of Australian Awards for University Teaching is definitely going ahead as planned.
Please continue to encourage your brightest and best teaching academics and teaching teams to apply. We are anticipating an increase in applications across all award categories after the many novel, innovative and creative pedagogical practices during the 2020 COVID year.
We will continue to keep you updated and support you through this process this year.
Professor Angela Carbone
AAUT Awards Team Director
2020 AAUT Awards Announcement
24 February, 2021
On Wednesday 24 February 2021, 4pm AEDT, Universities Australia (UA) has made a formal announcement regarding the 2020 Australian Awards for University Teaching on the AAUT-UA webpage. The announcement was presented by UA Chair, Professor Deborah Terry and Awards Director Professor Angela Carbone.
- 1:58 Overview of AAUT Assessment Process
- 4:34 Announcement of Citations recipients
- 5:42 Announcement of Program Awards recipients
- 7:30 Announcement of Teaching Awards recipients
- 9:35 Announcement of Teacher of the Year recipient
- 9:57 Teacher of the Year video
- 12:13 Announcement of Career Achievement Award recipient
- 13:21 Thank you
Thank you for your attendance at the virtual event where the formal announcement of award recipients was made.
AAUT Awards Team New Contact at RMIT
25 January, 2021
Happy New Year for 2021!
AAUT Awards Team have officially started in RMIT. Our new contact is
2020 AAUT Christmast Break
21 December, 2020
The AAUT Awards team will be on leave from Thursday 24th December 2020 to Monday 11th January 2021. The awards team will remain at Swinburne University until 22nd January 2021 and will transition to RMIT on Monday 25th January 2021.
Enjoy your well-deserved end of year break and see you all in 2021!
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2020 AAUT Assessor Evaluation
1 December, 2020
Assessor EvaluationSurvey is now open till Monday 21 Dec. Your feedback helps us to improve on the systems and processes for future rounds.
2020 AAUT UA Announcement
23 November, 2020
On Wednesday, 24th February 2021, 4pm AEDT, Universities Australia (UA) will formally announce this round AAUT recipients.
More details to come