Snr Lecturer Medical Education (Selection)

Snr Lecturer Medical Education (Selection)

Job no: 0048406

University of Melbourne, Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry and Health Sciences

Salary: $126,128 – $145,431 (Level C) + 17% super

The Melbourne Medical School is seeking an experienced and innovative academic to lead the redevelopment of its selection processes to ensure that they achieve their goals each year.

The Senior Lecturer in Medical Education (Selection) will have a strong background in the design, development and delivery of high-stakes selection procedures, and bring a solid understanding of contemporary and emerging selection principles. The successful applicant will have demonstrated expertise in selection method design, and will be responsible for the development, implementation and delivery of selection processes for all Melbourne MD students.

Applications close: 30 Jun 2019 11:55 PM AUS Eastern Standard Time

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Senior Advisor, Industry – RMIT

Senior Advisor, Industry – RMIT

  • Job no: 578114
  • Full-time, fixed-term position until Dec 2020
  • Make a difference in improving the student experience at RMIT
  • Convenient CBD location
  • $113,878 + 17% super

The Role

Make an impact in leading and managing projects which progress initiatives aligned with the University’s industry area of focus and the related Industry initiatives across the Schools and College’s Annual Operating Plan. This is a key leadership role working in partnership across the University to execute on the SEH response to the industry engagement strategy, including playing a leading role in the delivery of consistent, quality and scalable outcomes aligned to strategy.

Applications close on Thursday 27th June 2019

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Evidencing entrepreneurial capabilities – webinar

Evidencing entrepreneurial capabilities – webinar

The Edge Project: Evidencing entrepreneurial capabilities through innovative WIL

There is increased industry demand for graduates with enterprise capabilities (FYA, 2017).   Innovative entrepreneurial WIL models are supporting students to develop these capabilities giving them an employability edge for an ever-evolving and complex future. These WIL models are also challenging the adequacy of traditional assessment approaches to generate credible evidence of students’ enterprise capabilities.

The ATN Edge Project is addressing such challenges through the co-design of scalable and sustainable WIL models, assessment approaches and online modules. Led by Associate Professor Judith Smith (QUT), the Edge Project team from Curtin University, QUT, RMIT University, University of South Australia, UTS and the Australian Industries Group, has partnered with entrepreneurs, employers, alumni and students in the co-design of these WIL models.

This webinar will provide an opportunity for participants to:

  • Hear directly from academics who have implemented entrepreneurial WIL approaches in course
  • Unpack assessment strategies and challenges around evidencing enterprise capabilities
  • Explore the online modules developed by the Edge Project which are assisting students to develop skills for these WIL experiences.

Delivered by

Associate Professor Judith Smith, Director, Next Gen Learning at Queensland University of Technology.

Judith Smith

Judith Smith Director, Next Gen Learning at Queensland University of Technology

In this role Judith provides strategic leadership to institutional initiatives and projects in emerging pedagogies and technologies that align to QUT’s real world learning vision and address wicked challenges in teaching and learning. Judith is a Board member of Australian Collaborative Education Network (ACEN) and is Chair of the ACEN  Research, Scholarship and Professional Learning Subcommittee.

Previously Judith was the Associate Director, Real World Learning where she provided QUT-wide leadership to Real World Learning and Work Integrated Learning (WIL) in strategy, policy, curriculum design and pedagogy. She has contributed to national teaching and learning research grants related to WIL, learning and assessment including an OLT Extension project, Developing strategies to maximize industry contribution and engagement with the WIL experience, an ATN Excellence in Learning and Teaching Project, Expanding Work Integrated Learning (WIL) possibilities: enhancing student employability through innovative WIL models and an ARC Discovery Project researching electronic portfolio assessment in the arts.

She is currently leading the Edge Project which is a multi-institutional research project focused on the development of enterprise and entrepreneurial capabilities through emerging models of Work Integrated Learning (WIL).

Be part of the discussion!

Wednesday 19 June 2019

12:00-1:30pm AEST, 11am WA, 11:30 SA/NT

Free for ACEN Members

Not able to make it?

Yes, it will be recorded and made available as an ACEN Resource.

Case studies QA session

Case studies QA session

Our case studies include material that will inspire, inform and assist WIL practitioners and you can share your experience and ideas.

Join this QA session with Anna Rowe, ACEN Board member responsible for case studies, and Ceri MacLeod, who deals directly with submissions, who will provide an opportunity you

  • discuss the criteria
  • understand what information is required and
  • the process of preparation and submission.

It’s a chance to ask questions, check your understanding of the criteria and explore the possibilities.

June 26, 2019 12 noon AEST by Zoom

Also remember that at the ACEN Conference an Excellence in WIL case study is recognised with an award.

More about the award

See 2018 award winning case studies.

See previous case studies

 

Graduate Research Policy and Impact Officer

Graduate Research Policy and Impact Officer

University of South Australia, Adelaide

Seeking an outstanding and dynamic individual to join the Graduate Research Development team based in the Research and Innovation Services (Mawson Lakes campus)

Accelerate your strategic experience in an innovative research-connected environment

Salary range: $85,467 – $96,150 per annum + 17% super + leave loading

For the full position description and to apply please visit the website.

‘Service Learning and the Sciences’

‘Service Learning and the Sciences’

Service Learning and the Sciences

In person or by livestream!

You are invited to be part of a special event examining what Service Learning and the Sciences looks like in Australia.

Featuring a Keynote presentation by Professor Deborah Boege-Tobin of the University of Alaska, and joined by video link by colleagues from Cornell University in the US, this session involves a transdisciplinary panel of science experts. Researchers from Cornell University, Griffith University and the University of Queensland will delve into discussions on the rapidly expanding area of Service Learning and the Sciences within Australia.

Attendees will have a chance to engage in interactive conversations between specialists in Chemistry and Molecular Biosciences, Marine Biology, Biomedicine, Environmental Science, and Aviation and Engineering, highlighting how Service Learning provides disparate science disciplines with the opportunity to engage in impactful community engagement and research.

Keynote presentation by Professor Deborah Boege-Tobin

Prof Boege-Tobin will talk about the importance and impact of community engagement and share her experience delivering a Service Learning Program at the University of Alaska. In The Semester by the Bay program students not only engage with partners to thoroughly learn the techniques and equipment required for undertaking real scientific research, but also hone their scientific communication skills by presenting their projects to the greater community. Prof Boege-Tobin’s experiential education framework with trained critical examination, the building of skill sets, and reflection will be discussed as a meaningful way to enhance pedagogy.

Presented by Griffith University Service Learning

Tuesday 28 May, 2019 10.00 am – 1.00 pm AEST

Nathan campus, Central Theatres, Lecture Theatre 2 1.02 (N18), Nathan campus

Includes morning tea and tea/coffee on arrival.

Speakers

Professor Deborah Boege-Tobin

Professor Deborah Boege-Tobin

University of Alaska

Deborah Boege-Tobin’s work as a professor of biological sciences focuses on undergraduate research and experiential education primarily in marine biology, training students and citizen scientists to record and analyse key aspects of animal behaviour, using tools of the trade, to better understand marine mammals.

Associate Professor Chris Schaffer

Associate Professor Chris Schaffer

Meinig School of Biomedical Engineering, Cornell University

Chris B. Schaffer is an associate professor in the Meinig School of Biomedical Engineering at Cornell University. He received his undergraduate degree in physics from the University of Florida and his Ph.D. in physics from Harvard University, where he worked with Eric Mazur.

Dr Richard Kiely

Dr Richard Kiely

Senior Fellow, Office of Engagement Initiatives, Cornell University

In 2002, Richard received his Ph.D. from Cornell University. In 2005, he was recognised nationally as a John Glenn Scholar in Service-Learning for his longitudinal research that led to the development of a transformative service-learning model (See Kiely, 2004, 2005, 2011).

Panel

Professor Fran Sheldon

Professor Fran Sheldon

Griffith University

Professor Fran Sheldon is currently the Dean (Learning & Teaching) in Griffith Sciences and a member of the Australian Rivers Institute.

Professor Susan Rowland

Professor Susan Rowland

University of Queensland

Susan is a teaching-focused academic in the School of Chemistry and Molecular Biosciences at the University of Queensland and is Deputy Associate Dean Academic (Future Students and Employability) for the Faculty of Science.

Dr Deanne Skelly

Dr Deanne Skelly

Griffith University

Dr Deanne Skelly is currently the Deputy Dean (Learning & Teaching) in Griffith Sciences.

 Associate Professor Niru Nirthanan

Associate Professor Niru Nirthanan

Griffith University

Associate Professor Niru Nirthanan is Program Director, Biomedical Science in Griffith Health.