Award for Teaching Excellence and the annual Award for Teaching Excellence (Early Career)

08 Jun 2020

Members are encouraged to nominate for the Australian Mathematical Society’s Teaching Excellence Awards.

The AustMS annual Award for Teaching Excellence and the annual Award for Teaching Excellence (Early Career) have been established to encourage excellence in mathematics teaching in higher education.

The AustMS Award for Teaching Excellence and Award for Teaching Excellence (Early Career) aim to recognise and reward outstanding contribution to teaching and student learning in the mathematical sciences at the tertiary level.

With these awards the AustMS recognises the importance of quality of mathematics teaching and the impact it has on the training of a future mathematics workforce. Progressive teaching is essential to maintaining high standards across service courses for other disciplines, where high-quality mathematics teaching is of key importance.

Each year a Teaching Excellence Award and a Teaching Excellence Award (Early Career) will be presented at the Annual Meeting, with the prize money for each award set at $1000 per annum. Awardees will be invited to give a presentation on their work at the Annual Meeting and write a short classroom note for the Gazette.

For more details see https://www.austms.org.au/awards-grants/ or email dmd@maths.uq.edu.au for clarification.

Nominations for these awards will close on 31 August 2020.

Diane Donovan
University of Queensland
T: +61 7 33651354
E: dmd@maths.uq.edu.au

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