11 October 2019
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2019 TEFMA Clever Campus Awards
Last week Adelaide hosted the TEM Conference at the Adelaide Convention Centre with a record number of registrations totalling 918. This year's theme, 'Distilling Ideas, Transforming Futures' was based on sharing ideas to discover how we can distill the brilliance in everyone to transform higher education through exploring alternative visions of the future. The event was a great success and we hope those who attended have taken some new skills and knowledge back to their workplace.
As part of the TEMC celebrations, TEFMA hosted their annual Clever Campus Awards Dinner at the Adelaide Town Hall.
The MC for the night was performer, writer and producer, Brian Nankervis (commonly known for his role on music trivia game show, RocKwiz).
Full of energy and enthusiasm, Brian had everyone in laughter all evening whilst having attendees join him for a sing-a-long, stepping it out for the nutbush or showing off their best Mick Jagger moves.
The evening finished with the handover of presidency from Garry Bradley to Wayne Millar. Keep an eye out for Wayne's President Welcome which will be sent out to members in the coming week.
The purpose for the evening is to recognise those playing an important role in the FM sector and we would like to thank those who submitted applications for the 2019 TEFMA Clever Campus Awards and Scholarships. As mentioned throughout, there were a lot of high quality submissions received and we encourage members to keep an eye out for the opening of the 2020 Clever Campus Awards.
TEFMA would like to congratulate the following Scholarship Recipients:
TEFMA Schneider Electric Maurie Pawsey Scholarship
Winner: Bibiana Uzabeaga, University of Canberra
Sponsored by: Schneider Electric
Pictured: Bibiana Uzabeaga (University of Canberra) and Glen Scott (Schneider Electric)
TEFMA Conference Scholarship
Winner: Kerri-Anne Downes, Charles Sturt University
Sponsored by: GJK Facility Services
Pictured: Stephen Butt (Charles Sturt University) and Steve Taylor (GJK Facility Services)
TEFMA Travel/Research Scholarship
Winner: Lilly Rodger, University of Newcastle
Pictured: Lilly Rodger (University of Newcastle) and Garry Bradley (TEFMA President)
TEFMA would like to congratulate the following Clever Campus Award Recipients:
TEFMA Emerging Professional of the Year Award
Winner: Emma Samuel, Queensland University of Technology
Pictured: Geoff Dennis (Queensland University of Technology) and Andrew Frowd (TEFMA Ex-President)
TEFMA Practitioner of the Year Award
Winner: Dennis Frost, University of the Sunshine Coast
Pictured: Dennis Frost (University of the Sunshine Coast) and Andrew Frowd (TEFMA Ex-President)
TEFMA Institution of the Year Award
Winner: Toi Ohomai Institute of Technology
Sponsored by: SPM Assets
Pictured: Lizzie Reinecke (Toi Ohomai Institute of Technology) and Russell Caird (SPM Assets)
TEFMA Continuous Improvement Award
TEFMA Bestowed - in recognition of their consistent and demonstrated improvements in the energy and carbon sector over a 5 year reporting period (2013 - 2018)
Winner: University of Technology Sydney
Pictured: Garry Bradley (TEFMA President) and Natalie Lau (University of Technology Sydney)
TEFMA AECOM Innovation Award
Winner: University of Newcastle
Sponsored by: AECOM
Pictured: Nick Bamford (AECOM) and University of Newcastle Team: Daan Schiebaan, Lilly Rodger
and Meredith Butler
TEFMA Member Recognition Awards
TEFMA would like to thank all members who have have taken part in a Local Organising Committee (LOC) over the past 12 months. It takes a lot of time and effort to put the workshops together and it couldn't be done without the assistance of the LOCs. For a full list of member recognition awards, please click here>>.
The Awards Dinner also saw TEFMA say goodbye to Glen Scott who is retiring from Schneider Electric at the end of the year. Glen has been a major player behind the sponsorship of the TEFMA Maurie Pawsey Scholarship over the past 18 years and never misses the Awards Dinner. Glen, we wish you all the best.
Pictured: Garry Bradley (TEFMA President) and Glen Scott, Schneider Electric
We would also like to thank our Award Sponsors: Schneider Electric, AECOM, GJK Facility Services and SPM Assets.
If your organisation is interested in sponsoring an Award or Scholarship, please email the TEFMA Secretariat for further information on this.
Finally, a special thank you to our Awards Dinner sponsor for the evening, Wilson Security.
Their support of this event has been appreciated and we look forward to continuing our relationship into the future.
Congratulations again to all of our Scholarship and Award Winners for 2019. The TEFMA Clever Campus Awards will open in April 2020, we look forward to seeing continuing growth in the number of high quality applications received.
Please click here to view photos from the evening.
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