Adjunct Professor Mark Harrison, a Principal Consultant to the Centre, has been awarded a Citation by the University for his teaching in the Centre’s Graduate programs. Mark was awarded a 2012 UC CItation for Outstanding Contribution to Student Learning. The Selection Committee for the award was impressed by Mark’s ability to take professional knowledge into an academic environment in a way that motivates and inspires other professionals. Mark teaches International Customs Law, GATT/WTO Law and International Air Law and has recently worked with staff from both Iraq Customs and Timor Leste Customs on capacity building projects. He has been teaching in the Centre since its inception. Mark will receive the award at a ceremony to be hosted by the Vice Chancellor on 20 November.