The ANU College of Asia and the Pacific Teaching Awards were initiated in 2007 to recognise and encourage excellence in both coursework teaching and research supervision within the ANU College of Asia and the Pacific. In 2012, the following awards were offered by the College:
To see general information and/or eligibility and selection criteria for each award please click on the relevant award link above.
A $1,000 prize is awarded in each category.
Nominations- Staff are nominated by students, colleagues or by self-nomination.
Applications- Nominated staff are invited to prepare a portfolio and apply for the award(s) for which they are nominated.
Deliberation- A CAP Teaching Awards Committee meets to consider the applications for each award and to determine the awardees.
Notification- Applicants are notified of the award outcomes after the Committee finalises its decisions.
Enquiries - Any enquiries regarding the CAP Teaching Awards can be directed to email@example.com
The Vice-Chancellor's Awards for Excellence in Education give recognition to ANU academic and general staff for teaching, supervision and program excellence, and for their contribution to student learning. Recipients of the College Teaching Awards will be nominated for these awards by the College.
The Australian Awards for University Teaching are administered by the Office for Learning and Teaching (OLT). Recipients and nominees of the ANU Vice-Chancellor's Awards for Excellence in Education will be eligible to be nominated by the University for these National Awards. For further details on these awards, please go to the CHELT website, or the OLT Website.