UQ Business School's Professor Julie Walker will be recognised as the UniJobs 2008 Lecturer of the Year at the University of Queensland on Thursday.
UniJobs executive Director, Jarrod Kanizay will host the 11am prize-giving which will see Julie receive a certificate and a trip to Fiji, after beating 2,500 lecturers from universities around Australia.
Mr Kanizay said more than 60,000 votes had been cast by students and staff from around the nation.
"It is the only teaching excellence award in Australia which encourages students to actively acknowledge their lecturers," he said.
"Only 20 nominations separated the top three academics with The University of Newcastle's Dr Wendy Amosa and Australian Catholic University's Murray Bardwell placing a close second and third."
Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Teaching and Learning) Professor Debbie Terry will deliver a brief speech before introducing Mr Kanizay to present the award.
To register or for more information regarding Australia's only academic excellence award promoting student participation, please phone Nelson Hall on 03 9596 0008 or 0439356176
Thursday 5 February
The University of Queensland
St Lucia campus
UQ Centre Boardroom
Julie Walker (Winner 2008 Lecturer of the Year)
Jarrod Kanizay (Executive Director UniJobs)
Nelson Hall (PR Manager Lecturer of the Year)
Professor Debbie Terry (Deputy Vice-Chancellor Teaching and Learning)
More Information: Nelson Hall 03 9596 0008