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Bond Academics awarded Citations for Outstanding Contributions to Student Learning

Four Bond University academics are to be awarded Citations for their outstanding contribution to student learning by the Australian Office for Learning and Teaching.

Dr Jeffrey Brand, Dr Jane Johnston and Ms Michele Clark from the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences and Dr George Hrivnak from the Bond Business School were all recognised for their valuable contributions, specifically:

Dr Jeffrey Brand (Professor, Computer Games) for applying and refining use of learning technologies to support students of creative media to engage, collaborate and contribute to learning on and off campus.

Ms Michele Clark (Senior Teaching Fellow, Public Relations) for sustained industry and community engagement bringing real examples, current events, industry experts and authentic projects to shape students into public relations professionals.

Dr George Hrivnak: (Assistant Professor, Management) for enhancing student learning and engagement in undergraduate management curricula through the sustained development of authentic, systematic and developmental assessment.

Dr Jane Johnston (Associate Professor, Public Relations) for responding to a curriculum need and enhancing learning in public relations education by developing Australian resources and using them to teach theory and practice.

Bond University Deputy Vice-Chancellor Professor Nicholas Saunders congratulated the successful nominees on their prestigious awards.

“It is great to see not just one or two, but four of our academics recognised for such an important and valuable contribution,” Professor Saunders said.

“At Bond we pride ourselves on the quality and calibre of our academic staff and on providing a personalised learning experience for our students,” he said.

“This recognition of our academics at a national level is a very well-deserved accolade for them and reinforces the fact that Bond is delivering on its mission.”

The ‘awesome foursome’ from Bond will be officially awarded their Citations at the Queensland Citations Presentation Ceremony next month.


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