Lecturer of the year (LOTY) is an established tradition (since 2005) on our campus and our way of recognising teaching excellence and supporting academic quality. 

It's about YOU telling us who has contributed most to YOUR individual learning.

Each nominee is invited to our end of year awards ceremony/luncheon and is presented with certificates showing all of your positive comments.

Trophies are awarded to each college winner and then the Lecturer of the Year is announced. 

 Advocacy Accolades are presented to lecturers who ASA have recognised during the year for going the extra mile. 

Although there can only be one overall winner, it is important to acknowledge and reward all teaching staff that provide excellence of teaching. Too often there is little recognition for such dedicated and committed individuals.

LOTY is just one way of saying thank you.


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A word from Dr Patrick Bowman the 2022 Lecturer of the Year


Photo: 2022 Lecturer of the Year, ASA President, Jake Law, Engagement Officer, Michaela Futter,  Lecturer of the Year 2022, Dr Patrick Bowman, ASA Advocacy Manager, Penny Lyall

This was a really nice surprise!  I will particularly value the certificate with the students' comments, not only because it's nice to get positive feedback, but as a reminder of some of this year's more "distinctive personalities." Students are right to demand excellent teaching, and this sort of acknowledgement helps achieve that.  Thanks to ASA for running this fine tradition: I know it's something that is widely appreciated.

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Past Year's winners