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Bond Business School Teaching Award winners announced

Outstanding teachers were recently acknowledged in the Bond Business School Teacher of the Year Awards. These awards recognise the dedication of staff members who have made an exceptional contribution to the Faculty and have created relevant, innovative and challenging opportunities that help students learn.

As always, the standards were exceptionally high which made for a very close contest. The Bond Business School would like to congratulate the following academic staff:

  • Overall winner: Assistant Professor of Management Dr George Hrivnak
  • First runner up: Assistant Professor of Computer Science Dr Phil Stocks
  • Second runner up: Associate Professor of Mathematics and Computation Dr Steve Sugden

Each of the awards winners will receive a grant to be used to fund activities related to research and/or teaching, a framed plaque and their name on the Faculty Honour Board for Teaching and Learning.

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