About Us – new site http://doctoralteaching.org/

The Doctoral Teaching site was created following the launch of a special interest group on Developing Doctoral Students Teaching Capabilities at the 2014 Quality in Postgraduate Research (QPR) Conference in Adelaide, Australia.

The group is chaired by Associate Professor Abby Cathcart (Queensland University of Technology) and Dr Elizabeth Beckmann (Australian National University).

The new Doctoral teaching Website can be found here

 

Dr Abby Cathcart (SF HEA)Dr Abby Cathcart is an Associate Professor of Management in QUT Business School and teaches in management and cross cultural communication. Her research publications include articles on employee voice, flexible work, assessment, academic development, and cross cultural group work. She is a Senior Fellow of the UK Higher Education Academy and has received two national Australian Awards for University Teaching. She co-designed and directs the Teaching Advantage Program for doctoral candidates at QUT for which she won a Vice-Chancellor’s Award for Excellence in 2014. Abby leads the new QUT Educational Fellowship Scheme and is currently supporting more than 100 QUT staff members as they seek recognition as Associate, Fellow, Senior Fellow or Principal Fellows of the Higher Education Academy. In 2014 Abby received the inaugural David Gardiner Teacher of the Year Award Medal at Queensland University of Technology

abby.cathcart@qut.edu.au

Dr Beth Beckmann (PFHEA) is based in the Australian National University’s Centre for Higher Education Learning and Teaching. She co-chairs the ANU Educational Fellowship Scheme Committee and is an international accreditor for the UK Higher Education Academy

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