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Call for submissions: Student Success Journal Special Issue

Student Success Special Issue — Psychological Wellbeing and Distress in Higher Education

The Student Success Journal is an international, open-access, peer-reviewed, scholarly publication exploring the experiences of students in tertiary education. The Journal provides the opportunity to disseminate current research and innovative good practice about students’ tertiary learning experiences, which are supported by evidence.

The 2019 Special Issue will focus on the critical issue of Psychological Wellbeing in Higher Education. Psychological wellbeing is a state of optimal functioning, in which a person’s personal, social and academic performance is at its best. As such, high levels of psychological wellbeing are conducive to optimal learning experiences for tertiary students. Diminished wellbeing can limit students’ capacity to reach their full academic potential. This Special Issue will draw together not only current insights on these issues, but also significant advances in how educators can and are improving the situation across the sector.

Submissions

Full submission details can be found on the Student Success website.

Submissions should be emailed directly to Guest Editors Dr Abi Brooker brookera@unimelb.edu.au and Dr Lydia Woodyatt lydia.woodyatt@flinders.edu.au

For all enquiries email journal@unistars.org


STARS Conference 2019

2019 STARS Conference

The annual Students, Transitions, Achievement, Retention and Success (STARS) Conference provides the opportunity to disseminate and discuss current research, good practice, emerging initiatives and leading-edge ideas that are aimed at enhancing students’ tertiary learning experiences.

Registrations and the call for submissions are still open for the 2019 Conference being held in Melbourne Australia 7–10 July.

For all details please visit http://unistars.org/.

Posted 16 April 2019 Posted in Disability, First in Family, General, Indigenous, International, Low SES, Regional

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