Javed Anwar’s PhD Research interview

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One of our PhD students, Javed Anwar, was interviewed for Gidaan TV, a Baloch language news channel in Pakistan last week. The interview was regarding Javed’s PhD research, entitled Persistent gender disparity in the schools of rural Balochistan: Problematizing education policy. Javed’s research looks at the barriers to girl’s education in the rural and remote regions of Balochistan province in Pakistan. … Read More

GRAD WEEK :- 14 – 17 December 2020

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The Belonging and Ngulu leads have passed on the following information about Grad Week: Details of grad week events will be provided when the campaign officially kick starts in mid-November via the Grad Week website. ALL 3rd year/capstone coordinators please be aware and start communicating with your students. The New Alumni Pass will be available to all graduating students in … Read More

ATSIMA 2020 Online Conference Series ‘Nhe waŋana’ ‘Nhe djämamirriyaŋana’ ‘You Speak It’ ‘You Create It’

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You are invited to participate in the second session of the ATSIMA free conference series. The second session, which will be a Zoom webinar, will be held on Tuesday, 27 October The session will open at 3:30 pm (AEDT) with a countdown clock, and the presentations will begin at 3.45 pm. In this session, we will be hearing from Di Siemon who will present … Read More

Library Click and Post for staff email

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The Libraries Click and Post has been extended to Staff as well as HDR students. You can now use the Library Click and Post service to access items from the Library’s physical collection. Access the Library’s physical collection with Library Click and Post During the current restrictions in Melbourne, staff and research students can now use the Library Click and Post service … Read More

Last chance: nominations for RMIT Leadership and Council awards close this Friday

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Nominations for the annual RMIT Leadership and Council Awards close this Friday 16 October, so you still have time to nominate outstanding people and teams for the following awards:  One of six Vice-Chancellor’s Leadership Awards, for Inclusion, Imagination, Agility, Courage, Passion and Impact. Any current staff member or team can be nominated. Two Council Awards: The Ralph McIntosh Award – for outstanding … Read More

Victorian Council of Deans Symposium (VCDE) – Hon. Minister James Merlino Presenting

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Partnerships to sustain and support the teaching profession You are invited to attend a symposium hosted by the Victorian Council of Deans of Education (VCDE) to examine the role of partnerships across all education systems, governments and higher education providers to sustain, support and transform the teaching profession.  At this symposium, the Deputy Premier and Minister of Education, the Honourable … Read More

Linda Knight a candidate and voice for Education on Academic Board

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Hi colleagues You will have received an email about the nominations for Academic Board. I have put my name forward for the board, with a view to acting on the board in the best interests of Education, and speaking for Education. I am hopeful you will vote for me! I have experience of Academic Board service, having completed two full … Read More

Study Success

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It’s hard to believe we’re nearly at the end of the academic year! Congrats on your amazing work! As the assessment period approaches, it is a great time to remind students about the amazing services Library (and others) offer. Students will be emailed today, read the email here. It drives students to the Study Success page which brings together Study Support, … Read More

International Open Access Week

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International Open Access Week – only 7 days to go (19th – 25th October) Openness can be a powerful tool for building more equitable systems of sharing knowledge. (Open Access Week Nick Shockey) Open with Purpose – taking action to build structural equity and inclusion is the theme for 2020, a bumper program of events is being organised internationally and across … Read More

‘Arts Based Pathways into Thinking’

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Michael Crowhurst and Michael Emslie have been interviewed about their book ‘Arts Based Pathways into Thinking’ (2020, Springer) by ABC Radio Perth (12th October 2020). Key themes ‘creativity’ and ‘standardization’. If you’d like a listen, please email Michael Crowhurst for an audio copy. Please note ‘Arts Based Pathways‘ is available to read and use as an ebook via the RMIT library too.