CAUL Achievement Award Thursday, 26 October 2017

CAUL Achievement Award eligibility criteria updated

The criteria were updated 22 September 2014 to take into account the revised CAUL strategic directions. They will be updated for 2018 to reflect CAUL's renewed strategic priorities.

Criteria for CAUL Achievement Award

Dr Amberyn Thomas 2016 CAUL Achievement Awardee

Dr Amberyn Thomas 2016 CAUL Achievement Awardee Amberyn Thomas is the winner of the 2016 CAUL Achievement Award

The CAUL Achievement Award recognises outstanding contributions that support the achievement of the CAUL strategic agenda.  From 2018, the criteria will reflect CAUL's renewed strategic priorities.

See further information and selection criteria for the award.

Please use the attached form when making your nomination.

RECIPIENTS OF THE CAUL ACHIEVEMENT AWARD

2017

A call for nominations was circulated to CAUL 26 October 2017.

2016

Dr Amberyn Thomas, Associate Director, Scholarly Communication and Repository Services, The University of Queensland - Nomination and Presentation given at CAUL 2017/1 on 9-10 March 2017.

Dr Amberyn Thomas

2015

Stephen Cramond, Manager, Institutional Repository, The University of Melbourne - Nomination and Presentation to CAUL 2016/1, 17 March, 2016.

2014

Lyn Torres (Centre, Information Research Skills Manager) and Leanne McCann (Left, Learning Skills Manager), leaders of the Monash University Research and Learning Team - Nomination - with Heather Gordon (Right, CAUL President, 19 March 2015)

Accepting their award at the CAUL meeting, 19 March 2015.

2013

There was no award for 2013.

2012

Karen Tang, Associate Director Corporate Services, Curtin University - Nomination
Presentation to CAUL, March 2013

2011

Tom Ruthven, Digital Library Innovation And Development Manager, University of New South Wales - Nomination
Presentation to CAUL, March 2012

2010

Samantha (Sam) Searle, Data Management Coordinator, Monash University - Nomination
Presentation to CAUL, April 2011

CAUL Deputy President, Ainslie Dewe, presents the award to Sam Searle.

2009

There was no award in 2009.

2008

Paula Callan, eResearch Access Coordinator, Queensland University of Technology - Nomination
Presentation to CAUL, April 2009

2007

Ross Coleman, Director of Sydney eScholarship, The University of Sydney - Nomination
Presentation to CAUL, April 2008

2006

Jocelyn Priddey, Senior Manager, Information Resources, The University of Queensland - Nomination
Presentation to CAUL - Agenda item 779 of CAUL Meeting Minutes, May 2007

2005

Michele Sabto, Manager, Monash University ePress - Nomination
Presentation to CAUL, September 2006

2004

Judith Peacock, Information Literacy Coordinator, Queensland University of Technology - Nomination
Presentation to CAUL, April 2005

2003

Peter Green,  e-Library Development Librarian, Curtin University of Technology - Nomination
Presentation to CAUL, April 2004

2002

Margie Jantti,  Quality and Marketing Manager, University of Wollongong - Nomination
Paper & Presentation to CAUL, April 2003

CAUL President, Madeleine McPherson, presents the inaugural CAUL Achievement Award to UoW 

CAUL President, Madeleine McPherson, presents the inaugural CAUL Achievement Award to UoW's Margie Jantti

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CAUL Achievement Award for 2017 - call for nominations

26/10/2017

The call for nominations for the CAUL Achievement Award for 2017 was issued 26 October. Applications should be sent to caul@caul.edu.au by November 27 for consideration by the Executive at their December 4 meeting, and accompanied by the nomination form. The CAUL Achievement Award recognises outstanding contributions that support the achievement of the CAUL strategic agenda.

Stephen Cramond wins the 2015 CAUL Achievement Award

17/12/2015

Stephen Cramond, Manager, Institutional Repository, University of Melbourne is a member of CAUL's Research Advisory Committee.  He "has contributed significantly to both the local and national professional discourse on scholarly communication to increase understandings, dispel myths and work with organisations to improve and streamline scholarly communication support mechanisms to maximise dissemination and discovery. ... he is always exploring opportunities to integrate international best practice and translate and leverage his initiatives across the university sector.”

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