National Teaching Fellow 2016; Australian Learning and Teaching Fellow, Curtin Academy Fellow, School of Pharmacy, Faculty of Health Sciences, Curtin University
Associate Professor Lisa Tee is an inaugural Curtin Academy Fellow appointed in 2014 in recognition of her leadership and excellence in Higher Education. In her capacity as Director of Learning and Teaching (L&T) (2008 to 2015), Curtin Academy Fellow and Chair of Pharmaceutical Biology Subject Committee, Lisa actively contributes to strategic plans, building leadership capacity and excellence in L&T amongst colleagues at the school, faculty and university levels. Lisa’s teaching aims to empower students with the learning skills to understand difficult concepts by approaching it in a systematic, logical and memorable way. Lisa created the MyCourseMap, an innovative visual interactive curriculum map to provide students with clear vision as they navigate through the complexity of their course. Lisa’s excellence in teaching has been recognised nationally (ALTC Excellence Teaching Award 2011), institutionally, by the faculty and Curtin’s Student Guild. Lisa’s leadership in teaching led to her appointment to register of expert for TEQSA and OLT assessor. In 2016 Lisa achieved the OLT National Teaching Fellowship building from her work on MyCourseMap to stimulate academic conversation around “visible” curriculum and graduate capabilities. Lisa’s mission statement is 'Learning and Teaching with triple E: Energy, Enthusiasm and Empathy'