2022 Employability Excellence Awards

Welcome to the celebration of the students, staff and industry partners that have been named 2022’s Employability Excellence Awards’ achievers.

We received over 110 outstanding nominations for this year’s event. The variety and strength of these shared stories are indicative of our University community’s commitment to preparing our graduates for their future careers. In addition to a world-class curriculum we are proud to provide our students with the opportunity to broaden their networks and employability skills through connection beyond the traditional classroom.

Professor Mark Hoffman
Professor Mark Hoffman

Congratulations to all students, staff and industry partners nominated for these awards. To this year’s award recipients, it is wonderful to share your achievements with our learning community. The development of skills and connections represented here enriches the student learning experience and has a profound impact on our communities.

Professor Mark Hoffman
Deputy Vice Chancellor (Academic) and Vice-President
Office of the Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Academic)
Student Awards

Student Awards

We are proud to announce the student achievers who have excelled in developing their employability beyond the traditional classroom. These awards showcase outstanding student achievements in industry placement, community engagement, and courageous entrepreneurship.

Industry Awards

Industry Awards

Our industry, business and community partners are integral to helping our students become life-ready, professionally engaged, and excited about their future beyond University. Congratulations to all the organisations recognised in these awards for your contribution to the preparation of our graduates.

Staff Awards

Staff Awards

Congratulations to our staff achievers who have enabled our students to experience meaningful and consequential workplace activity. Their dedication to building the employability of our students is critical in achieving the goal of producing Life-Ready Graduates.

The University of Newcastle acknowledges the traditional custodians of the lands within our footprint areas: Awabakal, Darkinjung, Biripai, Worimi, Wonnarua, and Eora Nations. We also pay respect to the wisdom of our Elders past and present.