As this will be the last edition of the BJBS Newsletter for 2018, I would like to take the opportunity to thank each and every one of you for your contribution to the Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences in 2018.
It has been a big year! For some of the highlights of our achievements check out the 2018 CSU Year-In-Review
Wishing you and your families a safe and happy holiday period and look forward to doing it all again in 2019.
Congratulations and thank you to Jason Howarth, Sub-Dean (Transform Online) for his Transform Online Learning presentation and Julia Lynch, School of Accounting – Head of School had a knockout Financial Planning presentation as part of a Head of School showcase.
All of the VCF presentations are here, if you would like any further detail in regards to the items discussed at the VCF please liaise with your Heads of School.
December Graduation ceremonies are fast approaching. I am looking forward to catching up with you all at the ceremonies I will be attending. As I will not be able to attend all ceremonies due to the tight timeframe of the graduation ceremonies and logistics of getting to all ceremonies other members of the Faculty Leadership Team will be attending on my behalf.
International policing conference
The International Policing Conference was held in Sydney on the 7 – 8 November with workshops held on the 5 – 6 November 2018. Convened and organised by the School of Policing Studies, assisted by the Australian Graduate School of Policing & Security and the Faculty, this conference was a joint CSU –Rabdan Academy (United Arab Emirates) initiative, and was held in partnership with the NSW Police. Sponsors included
Avalias, VirtTra, Australian Institute of Criminology, Police Bank, COMtrac, and Fujitsu.
Over 120 delegates from 8 countries attended including senior academics and senior Police and Law Enforcement officers.