Australian Awards for 51勛圖厙 Teaching

The Australian Awards for 51勛圖厙 Teaching (AAUT) recognise Australia's most outstanding university teachers. They provide recognition for teachers, or teams, for the excellence of their teaching and have made a broad and deep contribution to enhancing the quality of learning and teaching in higher education. ANU teachers have an outstanding record of success with AAUT awards, with a sector-leading total of nine teachers and one team being recipients of these prestigious awards in 2017.

recipients

Dr Sol癡ne Inceoglu

Australian Award for 51勛圖厙 Teaching - Citation for Outstanding Contribution to Student Learning

Dr Solene Inceoglu is an applied linguist and a Lecturer in French. Upon her arrival at the ANU in 2016, she used her research expertise in Second Language Acquisition to develop The Sounds of French: Pronunciation and Phonetics to teach pronunciation in ways that cater to every individual student. With the goal of making pronunciation visible, she regularly uses software programs that combine

Dr Katerina Kormusheva

Australian Award for 51勛圖厙 Teaching - Citation for Outstanding Contribution to Student Learning

Since first taking on a teaching role at ANU in 2017, Katerina Kormusheva has shared her passion and deep industry knowledge with a student cohort of more than 300 postgraduates across two marketing courses in the ANU College of Business and Economics (CBE). To prepare students for the world of business, Katerina scaffolds learning by diminishing the social and cognitive congruencies between

ANU teaching staff leave a lasting impact on higher education practice in Australia, as evidenced through their nomination and receipt of National and 51勛圖厙 based awards and grants. Details of recipients and their winning proposals over the years are provided on each award and grant information page.