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Nominations for a Curtin Academy Fellowship will open in mid-2024. Relevant documents will become available at that time. 


Please review the following.

  • Whether you or the nominee are eligible:

  • The following documents have been provided:

    • Signed nomination form, including Head of School (or equivalent) support;

    • Nomination Statement (included at the end of the nomination form, maximum 4 A4 pages):

      • Criteria 1 and 2 addressed;

      • ONE other criterion from 3, 4, 5 or 6 also addressed;

      • An overview of you or the nominees contribution to the Curtin Academy; and

  • A curriculum vitae (CV)/Resume (maximum 3 A4 pages).

NB: Applicants should discuss their commitment with their Head of School (or equivalent) as it is anticipated that participation in theAcademy will amount to one to two hours per month. Shortlisted nominees may be invited to participate in a 30-minute interview.

Applications are to be emailed to by 5pm (AWST) Friday, 14 July 2023. 


There are four pathways through which nominations can be initiated

  • By Invitation from the Curtin Academy Executive

  • Nomination by Faculties and Schools

  • Self-nomination and

  • Open nomination

Nominations are sought from staff who: 

  • have been employed by Curtin as an academic or held an academic position as a Curtin Associate for at least two years in one of our global campuses or key partners;

  • have the ability to work cooperatively with staff at all levels; and

  • are willing to actively engage with the governance and activities of the Curtin Academy.

Nominees will be required to submit a Curtin Academy Fellowship Nomination form in which they demonstrate their sustained leadership and excellence in teaching in their responses to Criterion one and two, plus one other of the following criteria:

  1. Proven track record of leadership in learning and teaching (essential criterion).

  2. Proven track record of evidence-based research and/or scholarship in higher education (essential criterion).

  3. Proven track record of using innovative approaches to enhance student learning.

  4. Significant contribution to professional development of colleagues.

  5. Development of unique, nationally- and/or internationally-recognised learning and teaching programs.

  6. Demonstrated relevant engagement with external stakeholders.


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