HERDSA Notices 22 June 2016

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* Deadline for online course
* IEAA Mid-Winter Researchers' Seminar 2016
* Higher Education in the Headlines

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Deadline for online course:www.ucc.ie/en/teachlearn/cirtl/

The Centre for the Integration of Research, Teaching and Learning at University College Cork, Ireland is currently accepting applications for its online accredited programme ""Teaching and Learning in Higher Education"". The programme will be of interest to staff who teach or support student learning in third level institutions and who wish to gain a formal qualification in the area. 

The deadline for applications for the upcoming academic year is July 15th.

Please see http://www.ucc.ie/en/media/support/ovptl/cirtl/UCC_PGCert_2016.pdf for further details.

IEAA Mid-Winter Researchers' Seminar 2016

At this year’s IEAA Mid-Winter Researchers’ Seminar, Dr Bernhard Streitwieser (George Washington University) and Dr Anthony Ogden (Michigan State University) will draw on key ideas in their latest book to examine the rise of scholar-practitioners in international education.

The seminar will also focus on the community impact of international education, career pathways in international research and, of course, our annual three-minute thesis showcase.

It will bring together emerging and experienced researchers – and others interested in international education – to share new ideas, explore opportunities and enhance collaboration. 

Register your place online at http://www.ieaa.org.au/professional-development/event/ieaa-mid-winter-re...

Kind regards,

IEAA Secretariat


Higher Education in the Headlines

Government money calls shots | JULIE HARE  | Australian Higher Eduction | 22 June, 2016
The introduction of the demand-driven system has increased universities’ dependence on govern­ment for revenue.

EU referendum: nine out of 10 university staff back Remain
THE survey finds 40 per cent of respondents say they are more likely to depart UK if Leave wins | John Morgan | Times Higher Education | 16 June, 2016