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  • Marketing and Communicating for Student Recruitment and the Australian Higher Education Sector
  • The 4th Annual National Safety Psychology Conference 2014
  • Deregulation in Higher Education
  • Project 2061 Workshop: Understanding and Using Next Generation Science Learning Goals
  • 2015 Science and Innovation Awards

Education, Teaching and Training Conferences and Events

Marketing and Communicating for Student Recruitment and the Australian Higher Education Sector



Going beyond the act of plastering a generic message?

Marketing and Communicating for
Student Recruitment and the Australian Higher Education Sector
One-day connected forum with two half day workshops
3-4 December 2014, Rydges Sydney Central
http://www.arkgroupaustralia.com.au/Events-F014EduMkt.htm

Listen, network and learn from your peers:
Macquarie University
Australian National University
Charles Sturt University
University of Technology, Sydney
University of Southern Queensland
University of Melbourne
International College of Management Sydney
University of New England

2015 Science and Innovation Awards

2015 Science and Innovation Awards

Grant applications are now open for the 2015 Science and Innovation Awards for Young People in Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry. If you’re 18-35, this is your chance to apply for a grant of up to $22,000 to fund your project on an innovative or emerging scientific issue that will benefit Australia’s primary industries. 

The Hon. Barnaby Joyce, Minister for Agriculture launched the 2015 Awards.

The Science Awards encourage young scientists, researchers and innovators with original projects that aim to keep Australia’s rural industries sustainable and profitable. The Science Awards have already helped more than 190 young Australians make their ideas a reality and showcase their talent to the world.

Project 2061 Workshop: Understanding and Using Next Generation Science Learning Goals


Project 2061 Workshop: Understanding and Using Next Generation Science Learning Goals

 
20 Oct 2014 through 21 Oct 2014
8:30 am to 4:30 am
Washington, DC

Looking for help in implementingNext Generation Science Standards? Then be sure to join us for thisnew workshop that will provide you with essential tools, resources, and strategies for applying standards to improve curriculum, instruction, and assessment.  This is a practical and hands-on professional learning experience that you won’t want to miss!

Hosted by Project 2061 of the American Association for the Advancement of Science -a partner in the development of the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS) and publisher of key resources such as Science for All Americans, Benchmarks for Science Literacy, and the Atlas of Science Literacy -this workshop is a unique opportunity to tap into a set of tools, resources, and strategies that can help you meet the challenges of NGSS implementation. 

Presenters include Jo Ellen Roseman, director of Project 2061, AAAS's science literacy initiative; Joseph Krajcik, a Writing Team Leader for NGSS and professor of science education at Michigan State University; and Cari Herrmann Abell, senior research associate for assessment and curriculum.

Deregulation in Higher Education


Deregulation in Higher Education

30th September to 1st October 2014
Rydges Melbourne, 186 Exhibition Street, Melbourne



How to manage fee’s cost & quality

What does the future of higher education look like?

Are you prepared to compete in the new operating environment?

How will you prepare for 2016 and beyond?

This conference will equip you with strategies and mechanisms to successfully transition services into the new higher education market.

The 4th Annual National Safety Psychology Conference 2014

The 4th Annual National Safety Psychology Conference 2014

All organisations operating in high risk safety critical industries all share the common goal of total safety culture. Without adequately addressing human behaviour and underlying impacts of attitude, awareness and ability however, organisations are at risk of failing to understand the full suite of issues contributing to success and failure in the safety environment. This exciting concept to safety will delve deeper into the psychology behind the human dynamics of safety. By addressing human behavior, attitude and applying the psychology lens to improve health and safety, organisations will be better able to foster the culture of care necessary to achieve the goal of Zero Harm.



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