Recognition and reward opportunities for educators
This page provides an overview of the fellowship, award and grant opportunities available to you as an educator at Griffith.
Practising reflection, evaluation and scholarly inquiry are essential capabilities for attaining recognition and reward of your learning and teaching practice. The fact sheet below explains these capabilities and provides an overview of the types of evaluation data available.
Senior Deputy Vice Chancellor Commendations
Senior Deputy Vice Chancellor Commendations are awarded to staff members who have achieved outstanding SETs for their courses. Staff members must have evaluations with a mean of greater than 4.8 for all items, a minimum response rate of 40%, and a minimum class size of 25 for undergraduate courses and 15 for postgraduate courses.
Applications are not required, Commendations are conferred at the end of each trimester following analysis of student evaluations.
There are also opportunities for recognition of your teaching practice through Group-based schemes. See your Group and School websites for more information about these schemes.
Recommended Awards Pathways
Please review the Griffith Citations and Awards for Excellence in Teaching websites, Applicant Instructions and Checklist and complete the relevant Online Writing Modules to plan your application. Connect with a mentor or colleague who can provide feedback on a draft application. These resources and further information are available on the Citations and Awards website.
Celebrating Remarkable Teachers
Visit the Celebrating Remarkable Teachers website to read interviews with Griffith University's award winning teachers. Our colleagues share genuine accounts of what motivates and inspires their practice, and the rewards and challenges of innovating in learning and teaching. Take a few minutes to read some of these great practice stories from a cross section of our vibrant Griffith learning and teaching community.