Celebrating teaching excellence

The Griffith Grants and Fellowships for Learning and Teaching have been established to support the University's strategic priorities in learning and teaching by providing funding for projects that improving educational practice and support services and promote innovation in learning and teaching.

Learning and Teaching Awards recognise our outstanding teachers by awarding those who excel in their teaching roles.

Learning and Teaching Grants

Amanda Daly

Student and staff readiness

Student and staff readiness for online learning and teaching

Dr Amanda Daly

Heather Stewart

So many roads and detours

Exploring students’ study mode choices

Dr Heather Stewart, Dr Harsha Sarvaiya and Dr Katrina Radford

Michelle Barker

Internationalisation at home

Embedding intercultural competence development in business and health curricula

Prof Michelle Barker and A/Prof Peter Woods

with

Prof Anita Mak University of Canberra (lead institution) and A/Prof Mark Freeman Sydney University

Yong Wu

Energising the classroom

Energising the purchasing and supply chain management classroom

Dr Yong Wu

Gloria Ge

Enriching the learning experience

Enriching the learning experience of students in the Griffith University Bachelor of Business (Hong Kong) program

Associate Professor Gloria Ge

Amanda Daly

Student retention in online courses

Exploring student retention in online courses in the Bachelor of Business

Dr Amanda Daly

with

A/Professor Ruth McPhail, Dr Kelli Bodey and Ms Vikki Ravaga (Griffith Business School)

Applying for a grant

Find out how to apply for a Learning and Teaching grant.

Learning and teaching awards

Learning and Teaching Citation

Professor Sara McGaughey

Julienne Senyard

Group Excellence in Teaching Award

Dr Julienne Senyard

(Highly Commended)

Excellence in Teaching Priority Area

Excellence in Teaching Priority Area

Dr Heather Stewart

Stephanie Schleimer

Learning and Teaching Citation

Associate Professor Stephanie Schleimer

Griffith Group Learning and Teaching Citations

Griffith Group Learning and Teaching Citations

Professor Anneke Fitzgerald

Dr Ryan Gould

Ms Lenka Boorer

Innovation Award

Innovation Award - Learning and Teaching

Associate Professor Peter Woods

Teaching Excellence Recognition Scheme

The Griffith Business School introduced the Teaching Excellence Recognition Scheme (TERS) in 2016 to reward our excellent teachers for their ongoing efforts to deliver high quality learning and teaching experiences to our students.

Points are awarded for a range of indicators including student evaluations, peer review of teaching – either being reviewed or reviewing others, scholarship of learning, and teaching innovation in active learning that are averaged over the preceding two years.

The success of BSI staff reflects the outstanding performance of the Department in the learning and teaching space over the years.

  • Dr Amanda Daly
  • Dr Bernard Gan
  • Professor Sara McGaughey
  • Agata Mouasher
  • Vishal Rana
  • Dr Stephanie Schleimer
  • Dr Heather Stewart
  • Dr Lucy West
  • Professor Michelle Barker
  • Dr Amanda Daly
  • Dr Luke Houghton
  • Professor Sara McGaughey
  • Dr Katrina Radford
  • Dr Tapan Sarker
  • Dr Heather Stewart
  • Dr Yong Wu
  • Professor Michelle Barker
  • Dr Amanda Daly
  • Mr Omid Hassanejad
  • Dr Katrina Radford
  • Dr Tapan Sarker
  • Dr Heather Stewart
  • Dr Yong Wu

Academic Provost Commendations

  • Mr Eric Masters
  • Professor Sara McGaughey
  • Dr Larry Crump
  • Mr Brett Doran
  • Dr Larry Crump
  • Dr Ryan Gould
  • Mr Sam Peng
  • Dr Marta Sinclair
  • Dr Larry Crump
  • Dr Yenny Tjoe
  • Dr Luke Houghton
  • Associate Professor Peter Woods

Award nominations

Nominate a colleague for a Griffith Award for Excellence in Teaching. Staff can also self nominate.