AAEE Awards Information
The AAEE Annual Awards
The AAEE Annual Awards recognise outstanding contributions to engineering education in Australasia. Awards are presented each year at the AAEE Annual Conference. They include the Technical Society Awards, Citations for Outstanding Early Career Contributions to Engineering Education, and the Distinguished Member Award.
Technical Society Awards
There are three awards that are presented through the Technical Society association with Engineers Australia. These are:
- Australian Council of Engineering Deans National Award for Engineering Education Excellence for demonstrated excellence in Engineering Education
- Engineering Education Research Design Award for rigorous, innovative and transferable research design in the field of Engineering Education
- Engineering Education Engagement Award for fostering an excellent standard of successful engagement with stakeholders in Australasian Engineering Education
These awards are judged by a panel of experts drawn from across Australasia. For more details about these awards and to apply, please visit Engineers Australia’s Technical Society Awards page (refer to the AAEE section). Nominations close September 1, 2021. We encourage you to share this flyer to promote the awards within your networks.
Citations for Outstanding Early Career Contributions to Engineering Education
AAEE awards Citations for Outstanding Early Career Contribution to Engineering Education. These citations recognise and reward the diverse contributions made by individuals to the quality of engineering student learning and teaching at the early stages of their career, are judged by a panel of experts drawn from across Australasia.
For further details about the citations, please see the Applicant Guidance. Applications will close on September 1, 2021.
Distinguished Member Award
The Distinguished Member Award is awarded by the AAEE Executive Committee to recognize an outstanding member who has tirelessly contributed to the AAEE community over the course of many years.