Applications are now closed for the U21 Health Sciences Group Teaching Excellence Award 2019.
The Teaching Excellence Award was set up in 2014 by Deans of Medicine as a way to celebrate and reward exceptional educational scholarship, particularly amongst research intensive universities, across the U21 HSG network. The Award is our way to recognise leaders in this area and share their areas of good practice across the network.
The Award also helps us to nurture international cooperation, one of U21’s key objectives, by offering faculty from different universities, and regions, to work together on exciting, interdisciplinary projects.
What does the Award offer?
As well as the prestige of winning the award, the award offers two nominees from different universities, and ideally, from different disciplines, funding to attend the U21 HSG Annual Meeting 2020.
The two winners will be required to work together to facilitate an educational workshop that will be delivered at the U21 HSG Annual Meeting.
Who is it aimed at?
The award is principally aimed at early to mid-career academics across the U21 HSG. It offers applicants a fantastic opportunity to develop new collaborations, to work internationally and to share their joint expertise with others.
Nominees must be faculty or instructors in one of the U21 HSG member universities and hold a position with a significant component of teaching. They are expected to have had 5-10 years of teaching experience.
How will the winners be selected?
Each member institution has their own Teaching Excellence Award representative to manage the internal Expressions of Interest and selection process and to meet the final submission deadline.
The representative is to submit the final (one) application on behalf of the applicant by Monday 17th June 2019, via email to firstname.lastname@example.org
This will then be reviewed by the Selection committee who will announce the winners at the Annual Meeting in September 2019, hosted by the University of Glasgow.
The selection committee will include the following:
Members from the U21 Educational Innovation Steering Group
April: Award is open for applications
17 June: Deadline for universities to submit their nominee
August: Winners designated by selection committee
September: Winners announced at U21 HSG Annual Meeting at the University of Glasgow
September: Winners to facilitate workshop at the U21 HSG meeting (University College Dublin)
Please contact Corrina Greenwood, U21 HSG Secretariat for further details.
Teaching Excellence Award Workshop and Winners 2017, U21 HSG Annual Meeting, University of Melbourne