After 23 years at Charles Sturt in a number of leadership roles, most recently as…
A special message to Professor Tracey Green, from the Centre for Customs and Excise Studies…
It is time to reflect on successes achieved in 2021 and goals for 2022
As you prepare for the 202190 session, please feel very welcome to book an Academic Skills workshop for your students.
A huge congratulations to Ramudu Bhanugopan, Dawn Tukuniu, Sandra Savocchia, Karen Bell, Valerie Ingham, Quazi Mamun, Anna Corbo Crehan, Anthony Saliba, and all involved (sorry if I have missed some names) for organising the Tri-Faculty HDR Conference.
Did you know the School of Computing, Maths and Engineering update their recent success and achievement regarding research on their DSRU webpage
The Library will implement a trial to turn on the “Citation” function within Primo Search throughout session 202190.
At the most recent CoP the group discussed making sense of feedback. During this session it was reaffirmed that teaching and learning is about relationships and that we teach students not subjects. The three (3) key takeaways synthesised from the discussion included handling feedback – both giving and receiving; filtering out the noise, and framing, or contextualising the feedback.
Dr Karthika Krishna Pillai, did a fantastic promotion of Leganto readings and resources lists at the recent BJBS L&T Symposium. Here is a direct link to the podcast that runs for about 5 minutes.
A massive thank you is required for the continuous effort everyone is putting in to make a positive difference for our students, colleagues and communities