Two academics from the School of Agriculture, Food and Wine at the University of Adelaide’s Waite campus have been awarded Australian University Agriculture Education Awards for Excellence in Teaching for 2018.
Associate Professor Kerry Wilkinson was recognised with the Australian University Excellence in Teaching Award (sponsored by the Australian Council of Deans of Agriculture) for her development and contribution to online learning approaches.
Dr Ashlea Doolette was awarded the Early Career Award (sponsored by the Poultry Hub).
The Awards were presented at Ayers House at the conference dinner of the recent national Ag Ed Symposium (21-22 June). The inaugural Ag Ed Symposium was hosted by the University of Adelaide and had 85 delegates from 20 different organisations from across Australia and New Zealand. The 2019 Symposium will be held at UNE in Armidale, NSW.
Kerry Wilkinson (right), Sarita Bennett (Curtin University’s representative on the ACDA) (left) and convenor of the national University Agriculture Education Awards committee Janelle Wilkes from UNE (middle).
Ashlea Doolette (middle), Tamsyn Crowley, Director of the Poultry Hub (left) with convenor of the national University Agriculture Education Awards committee Janelle Wilkes from UNE (right).