Grants & Awards

2021

Faculty Research Support Scheme: ‘Mapping initiatives to support Vietnamese international students in online and blended learning delivered by Victoria-based universities and TAFEs’ from Faculty of Arts and Education, Deakin University (value AUD$9,826 notified in August)

The Business School Strategic Research Grant: ‘Co-creating Education Pathways: what do industry partners need from microcredentials?’ From University of Queensland (value AUD$10,000 notified in June)

Vice-Chancellor’s Award: Outstanding contributions to Education and Employability – Teaching Excellence, Transforming Digital Learning: The MOOC team (Deakin University)

Vice-Chancellor’s Award: Outstanding contributions to the Way We Work – Assignment Extension Tool Remediation Project (Deakin University)

Vice-Chancellor’s Award: Outstanding contributions to the Way We Work –Transition from a paper-based exam assessments model to computer-based assessments (Deakin University)

2020

The Best Online Courses of All Time 2020 award – the MOOC Transforming Digital Learning: Learning design meets service design by Class central

2019

Australasian Academic Development Good Practice Award finalist, Advancing Academic Development, CAULLT

Senior Fellow, Advance Higher Education (formally, Higher Education Academy)

2017

Vice-Chancellor’s Award: Outstanding contributions in teaching excellence – Teaching Team of the Year, as part of the FutureLearn project with the Graduate Certificate in Diabetes Education (with Faculty of Health, Deakin University)

Vice-Chancellor’s Award: Outstanding contributions in teaching excellence, as part of the FutureLearn project with the IT Leadership, ‘Career Smart’ MOOC, (with Faculty of Science, Engineering and Built Environment, Deakin University)

Vice-Chancellor’s Award: Highly Commended, as part of the SmartSparrow, Personalised Learning project (with Faculty of Business and Law, Deakin University)

2016

Central Research Grant : ‘Practising and assessing Digital Literacy (Deakin Graduate Learning Outcome 3) through the use of educational technology ‘ from Faculty of Arts and Education, Deakin University (value AUD$ 10,000 notified in October)

2014

Internal Research Grant: ‘Language Aspirations and Identity among Language Students at the Batchelor Institute’ from Batchelor Institute of Indegnous Tertiary Education (value AUS$ 5240 notified in March)

Documentation Navlipi grant from Foundation for Endangered Languages (with Dr Sue Stanton and Rena Stanton; value US$ 902 notified in February)

Research Support Grant (one interstate conference and one international conference attendance) from Batchelor Institute of Indegnous Tertiary Education (approx. value AUS$ 5000 notified in January)

2013

Research Support Grant (conference attendance support) from Batchelor Institute of Indigenous Tertiary Education (approx. value AUS$ 2000 notified in August)

Conference bursary grant from Western and Northern Aboriginal Language Alliance Wanala Conference (travel, accommodation and conference registration fee notified in June)

2010

The University of Edinburgh Research Support Grant (value GBP 500 notified June 10)

ESRC/RES810-21-0068 International Training and Networking Opportunities Grant: Summer School of Sociolinguistics 2010 (with Prof Miriam Meyerhoff and Anna Strycharz-Banaś) (approx. value GBP 40,000 notified in May 2009)

2008

The University of Edinburgh Research Support Grant (value GBP 500 notified in December)

Publication Aid Scholarship: The Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology, Japan (value JPY 300,000 notified in June)

IGALA: International Gender and Language Conference bursary (value NZ$ 350, notified in May)

IGALA: International Gender and Language Conference Cable Price New Zealand Ltd Registration bursary (value NZ$ 150, notified in March)

The University of Edinburgh Research Support Grant (value GBP 612.40 notified in May)

2007

PhD studentship scholarship: The Ministryof Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology, Japan. Three years tuition fees (GBP 10,000 annual), monthly stipend (GBP 1000 pm) and travel.

2005

Kumamoto University Studying Abroad Aid Scholarship (JPY 200,000 notified October)