ANU’s teaching gets accredited

johnboy 17 December 2013

ANU is making sure you all know they’ve gained accreditation through the UK-based Higher Education Academy:

ANU has become the first Australian university to achieve accreditation through the UK-based Higher Education Academy (HEA), with 11 academics recognised for teaching excellence.

The highest recognition went to Professor Michael Martin from the College of Business and Economics (CBE), who was appointed Principal Fellow. A further 10 academics were appointed as Senior Fellows.

Deputy Vice-Chancellor Academic, Professor Marnie Hughes-Warrington, says she’s delighted at the number of ANU staff recognised.

“These results are an indicator of there being a rich body of evidence about individual and team contributions to educational innovation at ANU,” she says.

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