Teaching Award

2012 ANU Award for Excellence in Tutoring or Demonstrating

Teaching Award

2012 ANU Award for Excellence in Tutoring or Demonstrating

On June 18th I was awarded the 2012 ANU Award for Excellence in Tutoring or Demonstrating.

The award was presented by DVC (Academic) Professor Marnie Hughes-Warrington at a celebration during ResearchFest. I was one of three joint winners to receive the award, from a pool of 38 nominees and hundreds of ANU tutors and demonstrators.

Photo by Erin Walsh: DVC (Academic) Professor Marnie Hughes-Warrington presents Brenda with her award certificate.

Description of the award from the ANU ResearchFest website:

Much of the small group teaching done at ANU is by HDR students as tutors and demonstrators. Many tutors and demonstrators are the ‘face’ of the university for their students, and hence their role as teachers is vitally important. The Award for Excellence in Tutoring or Demonstrating recognises outstanding contributions to teaching and learning at ANU.

I am tutor and sessional lecturer for SCOM1001 Science and Public Awareness and SCOM8012 Science Communication and the Web.

Other reports about the award:

My earlier message on Twitter:

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Brenda Moon
Data Scientist

My primary research interest is using interdisciplinary approaches to apply and develop digital methods.