Diverse and inclusive awards celebrating excellence across our Faculty, Schools, Departments, Centres and Institutes
Our annual staff excellence awards recognise excellence demonstrated by continuing, fixed-term and sessional academic and professional teams and staff at all levels across our Faculty, Schools, Departments, Centres and Institutes.
Awards are available in the following categories:
MDHS Award for Excellence in Indigenous Education
MDHS Award for Excellence in Indigenous Health
MDHS Award for Excellence in Diversity and Inclusion
MDHS Award for Excellence in Mentoring
MDHS Award for Leadership Excellence
MDHS Award for Excellence in Internationalisation
Learning and Teaching
MHDS Award for Learning and Teaching Achievement
MDHS Award for Sustained Excellence in Learning and Teaching
MDHS Award for Program Innovation
Research and Research Training
MDHS Award for Outstanding Graduate Researcher Supervision
MDHS Award for Excellence in Team-Based Research Programs
MDHS Award for Excellence in Industry-Engaged Research
MDHS Award for Excellence in Research by an Early-Career Researcher
MDHS Award for Excellence in Engagement—Partnerships Award
MDHS Award for Excellence in Engagement—Public Value Award
MDHS Award for Professional Excellence and Innovation
MDHS Award for Outstanding Student Services
Celebrating and supporting award recipients
Our Faculty is investing in award funding to support our great people to do their best work.
A pool of $85,000 in award funding has been allocated to be fairly and equitably distributed to 2020 award recipients, based on the number of recipients and the size of teams receiving awards.
Award funding is to support a project or activity related to the recipient’s career development or work which benefits recipients and our Faculty.
Award recipients are also invited to attend an event with the Dean and the Faculty's senior leadership, incorporating the formal award ceremony, which will be held on:
Monday 23 November 2020
12.00pm to 2.00pm
Venue TBC (online or outdoors, subject to physical distancing restrictions)