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2014 BHERT Awards Winners

2014 BHERT Award Winners (677KB pdf)

B/HERT Awards Winners 2014
From L to R: Thomas Kuen (Melb Water), Dr Dean Moss (Uniquest), Bill Capati (City Gold Coast), Ken Boal (BHERT President), Prof Peter Høj VC UQ, Prof Zhiguo Yuan (AWMC), Dr Anne Jobling (UQ), Terry Anderson (South East Water), David Halliwell (WRA)

More photos follow below.

Congratulations to the following winners of collaborative awards:

  • Best Research & Development and Award for Outstanding Excellence in Collaboration – UQ, Barwon Water, CH2MHILL, City of Gold Coast, Curtin University, Hunter Water, Melbourne Water, SA Water, South East Water, Sydney Water, UNSW, UoN, University of Sydney, Veolia ANZ, Water Corporation, Water RA
  • Best Higher Education & Training – Minerals Council of Australia, Minerals Geoscience Honours Program Consortium, The University of Adelaide and Western Australia School of Mines, Curtin University
  • Best Community Engagement – The University of Newcastle, Hunter Medical Research Institute and Coal & Allied, Rio Tinto
  • Excellence in Accounting Teaching – Macquarie University, Deloitte Aus, KPMG Aus, CPA Australia, PricewaterhouseCoopers, Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (UK), Pfizer Australia, Cochlear Ltd, Commonwealth Bank of Australia, Regus Group Plc, EFS Strategic, The Whiddon Group, Performance Education and Lane Cove Council
  • Best Entrepreneurial Educator of the Year – Dr Jochen Schweitzer and Dr Joanne Jakovich, University of Technology, Sydney
  • Outstanding Philanthropic Support for Higher Education – The Origin Foundation in support of the Queensland University of Technology NEDTS program
  • Ashley Goldsworthy Award for Sustained Collaboration – Griffith University: the Griffith Centre for Coast Management

Photos from the 2014 BHERT Awards Dinner

Winners of Award for Best Research & Development and Award for Outstanding Excellence in Collaboration: (l to r) David Halliwell (Water Research Australia), Prof Peter Høj (Vice-Chancellor UQ), Bill Capati (City of Gold Coast) , Thomas Kuen (Melbourne WatKen Boal with winners of Awards for Best Research & Development Collaboration and for Outstanding Excellence in Collaboration: (l to r) Terry Anderson (South East Water), Thomas Kuen (Melbourne Water), Prof Zhiguo Yuan (AWMC), Prof Peter Høj (Vice-ChancelBill Scales AO (Immed. Past President B/HERT)Ken Boal, President B/HERT
Prof Peter Høj (Vice-Chancellor UQ), Bill Scales AO (Immed Past President B/HERT)Winner of the Higher Education and Training Award, Dr Gavin Lind (Minerals Council of Australia), Prof Stewart Leech (ICAANZ), Ken Boal (B/HERT President)Winners of the Best Community Engagement Award - Travis Bates (Coal & Allied, Rio Tinto) and Prof Philip Morgan (University of Newcastle) - with Dr Adi Paterson (ANSTO) and Ken Boal (B/HERT)Winners of Honourable Mention for Collaboration in Community Engagement (centre:   Stewart Koplick (The Endeavour Foundation), Dr Anne Jobling University of Qld), Dr Dean Moss (Uniquest)
Mary Clarke and Anthony  Matis (CPA Australia) and Ken Boal (B/HERT) with Winners of the Award for Excellence in Accounting Teaching Collaboration (centre L to R): Kamlee Coorey (Deloitte), Dr Rahat Munir and Prof Philomena Leung (Macquarie University)Dr Jochen Schweitzer, UTS,  co-winner of the Best Entrepreneurial Educator of the Year Award, Ken Boal (President B/HERT)Dr Daniel McDiarmid (Global Philanthropic Pty Ltd), and Ken Boal (President B/HERT) with Sean Barrett of The Origin Foundation, winner of the Award for Outstanding Philanthropic Support for Higher EducationWinners of Ashley Goldsworthy Award:  Mark Ash (Gold Coast City Council), Hon Prof Warren Day and Prof Rodger Tomlinson (Griffith University), Ken Boal.
Dr Dean Moss (Uniquest) accepts Honourable Mention for Best Entrepreneurial Educator of the Year on behalf of Dr Judy HallidayProfessor Peter Høj (Vice-Chancellor, University of Queensland)Mary Clarke, CPA AustraliaProf Ashley Goldsworthy AO OBE KM FTSE FCIE (B/HERT Director), Shirley Goldsworthy, Jo Hind, David Hind
Prof Stewart Leech (ICAANZ), Dr Gavin Lind (Minerals Council of Australia), Ken Boal (President, B/HERT)David Hind, Bill Scales AO, Prof Ian Young AODr Michael Liffman (judge) and Dr Sharon Winocur (B/HERT)Dr Adi Paterson (ANSTO) and Professor Michael Barber (Flinders University)
Tim Mayfield (ANU) and Martin Stewart-Weeks (B/HERT Director)Ken Boal, President B/HERTWinners of the R and D Award and the Award for Outstanding Excellence, Bill Capati (City of Gold Coast) and Prof Zhiguo Yuan (UQ) with Prof Richard Head (UniSA) and Ken Boal (B/HERT)Paul Arthur (TelAri) accepting the Honourable Mention for Best Research & Development Collaboration from Ken Boal
Winners of Ashley Goldsworthy Award: Professor Martin Betts (Griffith University, Mark Ash (Gold Coast City Council) Prof Rodger Tomlinson and Hon Prof Warren Day (Griffith University)Paul Nicholls (Curtin University), Ken Boal (President B/HERT)John Grace, Prof Jennelle Kyd, Peter Laver AM FTSE, B/HERT Award judgesProfessor Peter Høj (Vice-Chancellor UQ), and Dr Sharon Winocur (Executive Director, B/HERT)
Dr Daniel McDiarmid (Global Philanthropic Pty Ltd, sponsor of Philanthropy Award), Ken Boal (President B/HERT)Dr Jochen Schweitzer, University of Technology, SydneyDr Jochen Schweitzer, UTS,  co-winner of the Best Entrepreneurial Educator of the Year Award with colleagues from UTSDr Jochen Schweitzer and colleagues
James Seaford and Dr Gavin Lind, Minerals Council of AustraliaAt the Registration tableProf Rodger Tomlinson (Griffith University)

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