Citations recognise outstanding contributions to student learning

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Three UTS academics have received 2015 Citations for Outstanding Contributions to Student Learning awarded by the Australian Government’s Office for Learning and Teaching. Among them is Associate Professor Sarath Kodagoda, a leading member of the Activity 2 and Activity 4 team at UTS.

The details of the citation for Sarath were:
Associate Professor Sarath Kodagoda, Faculty of Engineering and IT – For leading curriculum innovations in mechatronics (robotics) education which inspire and motivate students inside and outside the classroom Sarath has built on his experience in teaching, research and industry to lead innovation in mechatronics education. He has worked to create more engaging learning experiences for students, including an innovative robotic remote lab rig, and has mentored students on community engagement projects including the development of a wheelchair mounted robotic cricket bat for a disability services agency.”

We congratulate Sarath on his achievement and well deserved recognition.

UTS 2015 citations

Associate Professor Sarath Kodagoda receives his citation from Federal Member for Berowra Philip Ruddock. Picture courtesy the Office for Learning and Teaching, UTS (24 Sep 2015)






Author: Derek