Griffith Awards for Excellence in Teaching
Nominations for Griffith Awards for Excellence in Teaching (GAET) close at 5.00 pm on Friday 13 July (Week 1, Trimester 2). You can nominate a colleague or self-nominate for a Griffith Award for Excellence in Teaching. It is important to note that a current nomination is one of the eligibility requirements for the GAET, so make sure you hold a current nomination if you would like to apply for a GAET this year.
Submission of applications for Griffith Awards for Excellence in Teaching (GAET) close at 5.00 pm on Monday 30 July (Week 4, Trimester 2). Applications are submitted online.
Eligibility requirements and mentors
To find out more about eligibility requirements, please visit the Learning and Teaching Awards website. This site has everything you need to know about applying for a GAET, including information about award categories, application and submission forms and how to make a connection with a mentor from your academic group who can provide feedback on your draft application. There is also a link to the guidelines, which contain the detailed requirements and instructions you’ll need when preparing your application.
This year we have also launched the online Learning and Teaching Award and Grant Writing Modules. These online modules can be accessed anytime via [email protected] The Griffith Awards for Excellence in Teaching Modules are now live and will guide you through the process of preparing your application, including:
- Planning your application
- Key application requirements
- The Written Statement – Choosing an Award category
- The Written Statement – Structure and Style
- Reviewing your application and final submission
Before you can access the content in the modules, you may need to self-enrol. This is really easy to do; just click on the self-enrol link on the homepage or in the sidebar navigation of the [email protected] Learning Futures Award and Grant Writing Modules organisation and follow the instructions.
We will be evolving these modules over time, so if you have any feedback or comments on the modules you would like to share, please email [email protected]. Learning Futures wishes you all the best in preparing your application.
Group Learning and Teaching Citations Applications
The applications for Group Learning and Teaching Citations Applications (GLTC) closed last Thursday 7 June. Thank you and best of luck to all applicants for the 2018 scheme. Recipients of 2018 GLTC will be announced to the University community by Week 2 of Trimester 2, and certificates will be presented at the Vice Chancellor’s Teaching Excellence Awards at the end of October.