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Previous awards Teaching: Excellent!

Previous awards Teaching: Excellent!

Every year on the Day of Teaching, the Vice Rector for Studies and Teaching presents the awards together with the ÖH. The teaching award of the University of Graz aims to honour the commitment and efforts of enthusiastic teachers, to make innovative teaching concepts visible, to offer other teachers inspiration for their teaching and to initiate the discussion of findings and trends in higher education didactics.

Awards 2023/24

Teaching Award "Teaching: Excellent!"

"We learn for tomorrow. Being ready for the major challenges facing society" was the focus of the 2022/23 teaching awards, for which a total of 19 courses were nominated.

  • Susanne Kamsker and Elisabeth Riebenbauer (Department of Business Education and Development)
    Didactics and Professional Design in Business Classes
  • Jörg Feldmann, Torsten Mayr and Silvia Wehmeier (Institute of Chemistry) 
    Basics of Analytical Chemistry

Recognition awards

  • Sandra Grinschgl (Institute of Psychology)
    Advanced Course in Differential Psychology (Individual differences in a technology-enabled world)

  • Jennifer Möhrke, Dirk Raith, Philipp Wilfinger and Anna Wilhelm (Department of Environmental Systems Sciences)
    Interdisciplinary Practical Training

The award "Teaching: Excellent!" was given to Sandro Keller for his lecture "Physical Chemistry for Students of Molecular Biology" and to Christoph Romirer, who works at the Institute of Public Law and Political Science, for his course "Administrative Law and Administrative Theory".

In addition, the jury awarded two recognition prizes. These went to Christopher Pollin from the Centre for Information Modelling for the course "Introduction to Computer Science" and to Elena Stuhlpfarrer from the Institute of Education and Educational Science for the proseminar "Introduction to Academic Writing in Education".

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