Teaching excellence recognised by international Higher Education Academy

5 Jul 2019

Twelve staff members from The University of Queensland's Faculty of Business, Economics and Law are being celebrated for their commitment to teaching after gaining Higher Education Academy (HEA) fellowships last week.

UQ Business School

Dr Karen Hughes, Senior Fellow

Dr Cle-Anne Gabriel, Senior Fellow

Dr Scott McCarthy, Senior Fellow

Associate Professor Yunxia Zhu, Senior Fellow

Miss Leonie Bowles, Fellow

Dr Janet Ferguson, Fellow

Mrs Chelsea Gill, Fellow

Dr Kate Power, Fellow

Dr Raymond Rastegar, Fellow

Mrs Ann Wallin, Fellow

UQ Economics

Associate Professor Begoña Dominguez, Senior Fellow

UQ Law

Associate Professor Peter Billings, Fellow

About HEA Fellowship

HEA Fellowship is aligned to the UK Professional Standards Framework, an internationally recognised system for benchmarking success in higher education, and rewards an individual’s ongoing commitment to learning and teaching.

UQ HEA recipients join a community of more than 90,000 Fellows worldwide, which enables the sharing of best practice across the world, benefiting the academic experience of students globally.

UQ’s Institute for Teaching and Learning Innovation (ITaLI) supports teachers to apply for the HEA Fellowship.