Fellowship Pins and congratulations

11th January 2017

ALTF news

The impact that each Australian Learning and Teaching Fellow makes to improving our students’ learning and higher education experiences is greatly valued. Our Australian Learning and Teaching Fellowship lapel pins are a symbol of this and formally presenting them gives us, our university colleagues and others opportunities to show their appreciation.

The 2016 Citations for Outstanding Contributions to Student Learning ceremonies held across Australia in recent months provided opportunities to present Australian Learning and Teaching Fellowship lapel pins to a number of our fellows.

Professor Sally Kift, President and an Executive Committee member of the Australian Learning and Teaching Fellows network welcomed a new Australian Learning and Teaching Fellow, Dr Wendy Green and presented her with her Fellowship Pin at the Teaching Matters Conference, University of Tasmania, on 7th December 2017.  Congratulations Wendy!

For those Fellows that have not received a fellowship pin for their OLT National Senior Teaching Fellowship or OLT National Teaching Fellowship there will be opportunities to receive your pins at various events in 2017, such as at the ALTF 2017 Forum or a suitable event closer to you. Please get in contact with Pip at contact@altf.org

 

Dr Wendy Green receives her fellowship pin from Professor Sally Gift

Dr Wendy Green receives her fellowship pin from Professor Sally Gift