Brydie-Leigh Bartleet named Australian University Teacher of the Year

Chris Bowen
| December 12, 2014

Brydie-Leigh BartleetWe’re thrilled that Brydie-Leigh Bartleet,  researcher, educator and  member of our Board has been named the Australian University Teacher of the Year, as reported in The Australian. She’s also received a promotion to Associate Professor and continues as Deputy Director – Research Centre at Queensland Conservatorium Griffith University.

She was awarded the prize by Scott Ryan, the parliamentary secretary on behalf of education minister Christopher Pyne. Minister Pyne’s statement said “Dr Bartleet’s innovative approach to music learning and teaching brings together universities and community partners and has had a significant and lasting impact on her students. These awards celebrate the best and most innovative teaching in the nation.”

Brydie-Leigh recently wrote for our Music Journal, Musical collaborations from the East Coast to Desert Country.

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