ANU Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Academic) Professor Marnie Hughes-Warrington has been awarded Principal Fellowship of the Higher Education Academy through the ANU Educational Fellowship Scheme.
The award recognises Professor Hughes-Warrington's sustained record of effective strategic leadership in academic practice and academic development as a key contribution to high quality student learning.
Vice-Chancellor Professor Brian Schmidt congratulated Professor Hughes-Warrington on the award.
"Marnie has played an important role in enhancing teaching and the learning experience of students throughout her career," Professor Schmidt said.
"This recognition is a reflection of her effectiveness and leadership as a teacher and champion of teaching excellence, which she has brought to her role at ANU."
Principal Fellowships are awarded to highly experienced staff with a sustained and effective record of impact at a strategic level in relation to learning and teaching, within and beyond their institution.
The Fellowship is an internationally recognised badge of professional competency for those who teach and support learning in higher education.