HERDSA Notices 28 April 2021

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* Academic Development SIG Virtual Cafe Chat
* Future of Graduate Women: The gendered impacts of COVID-19 on women, education, work and gender-based violence
* When the internet knows all, is the humble testamur valuable?
* REES AAEE 2021 engineering education conference abstract deadline extended
* NCSEHE National Careers Week webinar — Careers and student equity
* New online first articles in Higher Education Research and Development

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Academic Development SIG Virtual Cafe Chat
May 21, 1:00 pm New Zealand time (11:00 am Australian Eastern)

The Academic Development SIG will hold a Virtual Café Chat on Getting Started and Becoming an Academic Developer. We are delighted that Celia Popovic from York University in Canada will guest host the session. Celia and her colleague Fiona Smart have recently launched an open-access initiative “Educational Developers Thinking Allowed” (https://edta.info.yorku.ca/), which contains a wealth of information on common issues we encounter as beginning and advanced academic developers. Celia will discuss this resource and other development opportunities for academic developers.
Join us On Friday, May 21, 1:00 pm New Zealand time (11:00 am Australian Eastern) on Zoom at https://canterbury.zoom.us/j/98313427576?pwd=Qmk1c1c2YWc3OXdQL1dRTUVPL0J...

Further information: erik.brogt@canterbury.ac.nz

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Future of Graduate Women: The gendered impacts of COVID-19 on women, education, work and gender-based violence
29th April 2021 (Thursday) 7pm (New Zealand time) Zoom ID: 342 959 4848

Professor Jaya Dantas is Dean International in the Faculty of Health Sciences and Professor in the Curtin School of Population Health at Curtin University and has worked for 34 years in India, Kenya, Uganda, Rwanda, Timor Leste and Australia. Professor Dantas, won an Australian National Award for University Teaching in 2010, and is a Fellow of the Public Health Association of Australia (PHAA). She is currently President of Australian Graduate Women, and has been a delegate to the Commission on the Status of Women (CSW) at the United Nations. Professor Dantas assists the Pro-Vice Chancellor in leading the Faculty of Health Sciences global positioning portfolio in expanding the One Curtin strategy, global demand for health courses, and growing international collaborations. She leads a research program in refugee and migrant health with a focus on the social determinants of health, mental health and health equity. Her work is with communities and draws on multidisciplinary approaches to inform health and social policy. In her presentation, she will share the impacts of COVID-19 on women globally with implications for women, education, work and gender based violence.

Contact Person: Convenor of Graduate Women Independent Members - Dr Kwong Nui Sim (kwongnui.sim@aut.ac.nz)

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When the internet knows all, is the humble testamur valuable?
29th April 2021 (Thursday) 3pm (New Zealand time) Zoom ID: 342 959 4848

Join us for the first ever exciting ASCILITE CMP (Community Mentoring Programme) Debate between alumni 2020 and new members 2021. Your vote will determine the winning team of the day.

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REES AAEE 2021 engineering education conference abstract deadline extended
14 May 2021

Research in Engineering Education Symposium - Australasian Association for Engineering Education Conference

Conference theme: Engineering Education Research Capability Development and all engineering education topics welcome

Abstract deadline extended to 14 May 2021

Conference will be in new EZONE at The University of Western Australia and online
Conference date: 5-8 Dec 2021

Further information: rees-aaee21.org

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NCSEHE National Careers Week webinar — Careers and student equity
:21 May 2021

As part of National Careers Week 2021, the National Centre for Student Equity in Higher Education (NCSEHE) will host a virtual event on Friday 21 May, showcasing major research on key influencers and careers advice for students from disadvantaged backgrounds.

Further information: https://www.ncsehe.edu.au/careers-week-webinar-careers-student-equity/

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New online first articles in Higher Education Research and Development

Let nine universities blossom: opportunities and constraints on the development of higher education in China, Kris Hartley & Darryl S. L. Jarvis, https://doi.org/10.1080/07294360.2021.1915963

‘The university doesn’t care about the impact it is having on us’: academic experiences of the institutionalisation of blended learning, Jasmine Huang, Kelly E. Matthews & Jason M. Lodge, https://doi.org/10.1080/07294360.2021.1915965

Models of transdisciplinary knowledge production at universities: a Romanian case study, Bianca Vienni Baptista & Ulli Vilsmaier, https://doi.org/10.1080/07294360.2021.1910208

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