L&T symposium, support for next session, an update on the online exams project. All that and more in my final update as Sub Dean L&T.
Are you doing something innovative or interesting in your teaching, research supervision, or work practice? We need to hear about it!
The Office of Research Services and Graduate Studies has just launched a new Grant Writing Toolkit for Charles Sturt academics.
Thriving in higher education’s new normal is the theme for our L&T Symposium on 2-3 September. Meet our keynote speakers .
EngFest is an annual festival organised to showcase projects completed by student/cadet engineers from Charles Sturt Engineering to the region and the profession. The 6th annual EngFest took place recently on the Bathurst campus.
Are you doing something innovative or interesting in your teaching, research supervision, or work practice? We want to hear about it!
Thanks to your feedback, we’ve made further improvements to QUASAR that will be in place for 202130 end of session processes.
The end of my time as Sub Dean L&T is fast approaching but the L&T Symposium, scholarly activity, updates to moderation guidance, changes to QUASAR all continue.
Updated guidance on moderation (including guidance on sampling method, applying moderation adjustments, and on evidencing moderation and evidencing any moderation adjustments is now applicable to all BJBS moderation.
Nicole Sugden, in the School of Psychology, has been awarded a Citation for Outstanding Contribution to Student Learning as part of the Australian Awards for University Teaching (AAUT) program. The award recognises Nicole as one of Australia’s exceptional university teachers!