The Faculty is delighted to publish recipients of the Faculty of Arts Dean’s Sessional Commendations for Semester 2, 2012.
The Dean’s Sessional Commendations recognize innovation & excellence in pedagogy and outstanding support for students during the semester. The recipients have been nominated by their schools.
- Eugene Chua – for outstanding contribution to teaching of ATS2498 Contemporary Fiction – (SASS)
- Bridget Harris – for outstanding contribution to teaching of ATS1294 The Criminal Justice Process & ATS2/3472 Crime & Violence: Rural, Regional and Urban Communities (SAMSS)
- Courtney Leigh – for outstanding contribution to teaching of Australian Physical Environments (GES)
- Fairleigh Gilmour – for outstanding contribution to teaching of ATS2457/ATS3457 Crime and the Media (PSI)
- Juan Sanin – for outstanding contribution to teaching of APG4400/5400 Issues in International Communication (JAIS)
- Luke Bancroft – for outstanding contribution to teaching of ATS1317 Renaissance Europe (SoPHIS)
- Ben Robertson – for outstanding contribution to teaching of Chief Music Study (Music)
The Faculty congratulates the recipients on their fine achievement and thanks them for their contribution to the Faculty.
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