The Carrick Institute for Learning and Teaching in Higher Education has honoured 29 UNSW staff members for their contribution to student learning.
The Institute has awarded a total of nine Citations for Outstanding Contributions to Student Learning to UNSW as part of the 2007 Australian Awards for University Teaching.
The Carrick Citations are part of the Australian Government's expanded programme of national awards designed to recognise and reward teaching excellence in the higher education sector.
"I am delighted to see the commitment to student learning by UNSW staff rewarded, both personally and across the board for UNSW, in such a public way," says Professor Richard Henry, Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Academic).
The citations went to the following UNSW academic and professional support staff members:
Each year the national teaching awards focus on a particular area of priority. In 2007 this area was team teaching.