The Minister for Innovation, Industry, Science and Research and Minister for Higher Education, Senator The Hon Kim Carr, has officially announced this week the recipients for the Office for Learning and Teaching, 2013 Citations for Outstanding Contributions to Student Learning. These awards recognise and reward the diverse and significant contributions made by individuals and teams to the quality of student learning in a specific area of responsibility over a sustained period.
We are very proud to announce that Mr Stephen Guinea, Faculty of Health Sciences, Melbourne was a recipient of the award. He was awarded for his citation on sustained leadership in transforming the student learning experience in the Health Sciences through the advancement of simulation-based learning in curriculum design and implementation. Stephen’s continued and strategic approach to simulation-based learning aims not only to enhance the student learning experience within the Faculty of Health Sciences, but to develop a simulation program that is sustainable, innovative and is aligned with the Mission of ACU.
Mr Stephen Guinea will receive his award at the NSW & ACT Presentation Ceremony in Sydney on 17 September 2013.