CAUL Achievement Award
Wednesday, 26 November 2014
CAUL Achievement Award eligibility criteria updated
The criteria were updated 22 September 2014 to take into account the revised CAUL strategic directions.
Criteria for CAUL Achievement Award
The CAUL Achievement Award recognises outstanding contributions that support the achievement of the CAUL strategic agenda.
See further information and selection criteria for the award.
Please use the attached form when making your nomination.
RECIPIENTS OF THE CAUL ACHIEVEMENT AWARD
Lyn Torres (Information Research Skills Manager) and Leanne McCann (Learning Skills Manager), leaders of the Monash University Research and Learning Team - Nomination
There was no award for 2013.
Karen Tang, Associate Director Corporate Services, Curtin University - Nomination
Presentation to CAUL, March 2013
Tom Ruthven, Digital Library Innovation And Development Manager, University of New South Wales - Nomination
Presentation to CAUL, March 2012
Samantha (Sam) Searle, Data Management Coordinator, Monash University - Nomination
Presentation to CAUL, April 2011
There was no award in 2009.
Paula Callan, eResearch Access Coordinator, Queensland University of Technology - Nomination
Presentation to CAUL, April 2009
Ross Coleman, Director of Sydney eScholarship, The University of Sydney - Nomination
Presentation to CAUL, April 2008
Jocelyn Priddey, Senior Manager, Information Resources, The University of Queensland - Nomination
Presentation to CAUL - Agenda item 779 of CAUL Meeting Minutes, May 2007
Michele Sabto, Manager, Monash University ePress - Nomination
Presentation to CAUL, September 2006
Judith Peacock, Information Literacy Coordinator, Queensland University of Technology - Nomination
Presentation to CAUL, April 2005
Peter Green, e-Library Development Librarian, Curtin University of Technology - Nomination
Presentation to CAUL, April 2004
Margie Jantti, Quality and Marketing Manager, University of Wollongong - Nomination
Paper & Presentation to CAUL, April 2003