Citations for Outstanding Contributions to Student Learning are a part of the suite of awards available for Australian university teaching. They recognise and reward the diverse contributions that individuals and teams make to the quality of student learning.
Citations are awarded to those who have made significant contributions to student learning in a specific area of responsibility over a sustained period of no less than three years. They may be awarded to academic, general staff, sessional staff and institutional associates.
Up to 150 national citations, including an Early Career category, with a prize value of $10,000 are awarded each year.
Initial applications are made through the Directorate of Learning, Teaching and Student Engagement. Institutions can make up to six (6) nominations.
JCU has a systematic and supportive application process for national citations, which begins with nominating for and successfully receiving a JCU Citation.
For further information and application guidelines, see JCU Citations for Outstanding Contributions to Student Learning.