2013 Vice-Chancellor's Awards
The Vice-Chancellor’s Awards are awarded to acknowledge excellence in teaching/research/performance by Monash staff. The Vice-Chancellor’s Award winners or Citation recipients will be approached to apply for a National Award/Citation in the following year or two by the Promoting Excellence Team. Guidelines and procedures can be found at the bottom of this page.
Please note that all nominees must have sought endorsement from their Faculty before applying to the Promoting Excellence Team. Faculty nominations are due by 5 August 2013, with full applications due 16 September 2013.
The Vice-Chancellor’s Awards for Teaching Excellence, Excellence in Honours Supervision, Citations and Programs that Enhance Learning Awards
1. Vice-Chancellor’s Awards for Teaching Excellence
Up to three awards are available for teaching excellence by individuals or teams. Each award consists of a medallion, a permanent citation on the Awards Gallery and Records and Archives website, and a grant of $5,000 to be used at the discretion of the award winner to further their teaching interests.
2. Vice-Chancellor’s Awards for Programs that Enhance Learning
One award of $2,000 value may be awarded. In line with the National Program Awards, this award recognises learning and teaching support programs and services that make an outstanding contribution to the quality of student learning and the quality of the student experience. The programs and services that receive this Award must have demonstrated their effectiveness through rigorous evaluation and will set benchmarks for similar activities at Monash University.
3. Vice-Chancellor’s Citations for Outstanding Contribution to Student Learning
Up to five citations of value $1,000 may be awarded to nominees who demonstrate superior performance on the basis of their responses to one of the selection criteria, and citation winners are encouraged to apply for National citations.
4. Vice-Chancellor’s Awards for Excellence in Honours Supervision
One award consists of a medallion, a permanent citation on the Records and Archives website, and a grant of $5,000 to be used at the discretion of the award winner to benefit his or her honours supervision. Certificates of Special Commendation may be awarded to other nominated supervisors who demonstrate superior performance in supervision but who are not award winners.
5. Vice-Chancellor's Award for Excellence in Postgraduate Supervision
6. Vice-Chancellor’s Awards for Exceptional Performance by Professional Staff
Information about this award can be found at the Staff Development website.
7. Vice-Chancellor’s Occupational Health & Safety Award for Contributions to OHS (Just announced)
The Vice-Chancellor has introduced an inaugural Occupational Health & Safety award for contributions to OHS by individuals and/or workgroups. This award will be presented at the 2012 OHS Conference on 24 October 2012
Information about this award can be found here.