Higher Ed

Karen Hong

Karen Hong

Nurse Educator:

TAFE Queensland, Australia

Karen Hong is a nursing educator at a large and diverse TAFE institution in Queensland and from her perspective, nursing is one field where academic integrity should be taken very seriously.

Melanie Sullivan-Gunn

Melanie Sullivan-Gunn

Lecturer, College of Health and Biomedicine:

Victoria University, Australia

Melanie’s primary role as academic teaching scholar is to teach, and as such she feels very passionately about giving her students stellar feedback.

Palmerston North

Palmerston North Girls' High School

TIC Classical Studies / classroom teacher:

Palmerston North Girls' High School, New Zealand

Tania Bucic

Tania Bucic

Associate Professor & Deputy Head of School of Marketing:

University of New South Wales

As Associate Professor and Deputy Head of the School of Marketing at this top-tier Australian university, Tania regards feedback as key to improving her students’ academic writing and developing written communications skills - key in any discipline, but particularly so in Marketing. 

Ben Crockett

Ben Crockett

Senior Lecturer (Industry Fellow), School of Media and Communication (Advertising):

RMIT University, Australia

Ben is a senior lecturer and industry fellow in media and communications at RMIT University, where he specialises in the advertising programme. It is very important to Ben that his students learn to write and present their work to an industry-level standard, to help prepare them for the workplace.

Asia Pacific International College

Bobby Nourani

LMS Admin:

Asia Pacific International College, Australia

Omar Tamayo

Omar Tamayo

Teacher:

Sancta Maria College, New Zealand

Ann Rogerson

Ann Rogerson

Senior Lecturer, Faculty of Business:

University of Wollongong, Australia

Ann believes passionately in teaching and developing critical thinking and writing skills and deeply understands the importance of integrity and feedback in the “real” world.

Macquarie University

Macquarie University, Australia

Nominated by:

Janaki Amin, Director of the Masters of Public Health Programme

Kathie Ardzejewska

Kathie Ardzejewska

Manager of the Learning & Teaching Office & Academic Developer:

University of Notre Dame, Australia

Kathie, as Manager of the Learning and Teaching Office (LTO), helped to develop the guidelines around using Turnitin and embed positive academic practices into the learning culture at the University. 

Martin Soden

Martin Soden

Course Coordinator:

Griffith College, Australia

Alarna Priestley

Alarna Priestley

Head of Department (Acting) English:

Noosa District State High School, Australia