Outstanding teachers in mathematics and physics are among the cream of The University of Queensland’s teaching crop recognised at the annual UQ Awards for Excellence in Teaching and Learning.

Mathematician Dr Barbara Maenhaut and physicist Associate Professor Tim McIntyre of the School of Mathematics and Physics won awards for teaching excellence at a Customs House ceremony during UQ’s Teaching and Learning Week which concludes tomorrow, November 3.

Faculty of Science staff also won a commendation for outstanding contributions to student learning for the development and implementation of “immersive visualisation” tools for teaching in the Earth and Biological Sciences.

Team members are: Dr Kevin Welsh; Dr Gilbert Price; Dr Charles Verdel; and Dr Vera Weisbecker, of the Schools of Earth and Environmental Sciences and Biological Sciences.

Read about the winners, and watch their videos in the UQ News story or peruse the full award synopses.

 

Dr Maenhaut and Associate Profesor McIntyre with their awards

Dr Kevin Welsh, leader of the immersive visualisation team.

 

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