The following research grants have been announced.

‘Using a near-peer clinical supervision model: Creating sustainability in WIL and developing students’ leadership skills’

A/Professor Thea van de Mortel, A/Professor Saras Henderson and Dr Judith Needham, Griifth University

‘Teaching millennials and promoting deep reflective learning on workplace experience: Does reflective writing on online forums provide an answer?’

Margaret Castles, University of Adelaide Law School and Matthew Atkinson, University of South Australia

‘Developing a framework to support assurance of institution-wide quality in work integrated learning’

Matthew Campbell, Queensland University of Technology, Professor Lindy McAllister, University of Sydney and Leoni Russell, RMIT

‘Story-care: An innovative WIL model for aged-care that builds students’ clinical confidence positive attitudes, and sense of community’

Professor Margaret McAllister, CQ University