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Applications Open: NCSEHE First Nations Fellowship Program

Posted on 29 August 2023

Applications for our inaugural First Nations Fellowship Program are now open. Up to three First Nations Fellowships will be awarded for 2024. The value of each Fellowship will be up to $230,000 for one year, commencing in March 2024.

First Nations Fellows will have the opportunity to engage with...

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Applications Open: Small Grants Research Program

Posted on 29 August 2023

Applications are now open for NCSEHE’s Small Grants Research Program. Between eight to 13 projects will be funded in the 2024 Round, with the value of funding per project ranging between $30,000 and $50,000 (excluding GST).


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Applications Open: 2024 Equity Fellowship Program

Posted on 29 August 2023

NCSEHE’s Equity Fellowship Program is back again in 2024. Up to three Equity Fellowships will be awarded, the value of each Fellowship being up to $230,000 for one year.

Since 2016, the NCSEHE Equity Fellows Program has supported 14 Fellows to undertake high-impact projects, specifically to...

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Research / Publications

Ameliorating disadvantage

Posted on 16 December 2022

Creating accessible, effective and equitable careers and study information for low SES students Prof. Dawn Bennett1, Dr. Jane Coffey2, Dr. Sherry Bawa2, Dr. David Carney3, Prof. Alfred M. ...

Best-practice career education

Posted on 14 December 2022

For students from low socioeconomic status backgrounds Kylie Austin1, Sarah O’Shea2, Olivia Groves2, Jodi Lamanna1 Executive Summary This report details the findings and recommendations from the ...

Informing key influencers

Posted on 9 December 2022

of low SES regional, rural and remote students’ education and career pathway choices: A whole community approach Prof. Sue Kilpatrick1, Dr. Sarah Fischer1, Dr. Subhash Koirala1, Dr. Jessica ...

A student-centred approach

Posted on 7 December 2022

Understanding higher education pathways through co-design Dr. Mollie Dollinger1,  Dr. Andrew Harvey1, Dr. Ryan Naylor2, Dr. Marian Mahat3,Dr. Belinda D’Angelo1  Executive Summary  Provision of ...


Equity @ ACU Symposium

EVENT DATE 25-26 Sep 2023

You are invited to attend Australian Catholic University’s Equity Symposium as part of Equity @ ACU Week. This two-day professional learning event on the 25th and 26th of September will explore ...

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Global Higher Education Forum 2023

EVENT DATE 15-17 Nov 2023

Equity Recovery – Higher Education in the Post-Pandemic Era The 8th Global Higher Education Forum 2023 (GHEF2023): “Equity Recovery – Higher Education in the Post-Pandemic Era” will ...

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EVENT DATE 3-6 Dec 2023

40th International Conference on Innovation, Practice and Research in the Use of Educational Technologies in Tertiary Education ASCILITE is an incorporated not-for-profit professional association ...

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The National Centre for Student Equity in Higher Education (NCSEHE) and Curtin University acknowledge the First Nations people of this country and pay our respects to Elders past, present and future. We deeply respect their cultural, spiritual and educational practices and aspire to learn from their ways of working. We acknowledge the Whadjuk Nyungar people as the Traditional Owners of the Land on which Curtin University's Bentley campus is built, from which NCSEHE operates.