NCSEHE Equity Insights eNews — Thank you for your support throughout 2020!
Welcome to our final newsletter for 2020. On behalf of the team at the NCSEHE, I would like to express my deepest gratitude to all of you who have supported the Centre throughout 2020.
This year has been like no other, presenting a myriad of challenges for us all, both personally and professionally. I feel the greatest admiration for the extraordinary efforts of everyone across the student equity sector who have gone above and beyond to support our students.
It has been a privilege to be a part of a community which has demonstrated, more than ever, their capacity for collaboration and innovation. I believe it is with this spirit that we will face the new challenges 2021 will bring for student equity in higher education.
One of my greatest inspirations in 2020 has been the resilience, determination and resourcefulness of our students. As such, it gives me great pleasure to present a final video from our student vlogging team, offering their personal reflections on some of the challenges and opportunities that 2020 has brought to each of them.
Professor Sarah O’Shea
Featured in this issue:
- New video release: My Story — Student Voice: Reflections on 2020
- Publication — Vulnerable learners in the age of COVID-19: A scoping review
- NCSEHE feature article — Australian university mental health framework launched by Education Minister
- NCSEHE feature article by Naomi Alberti and Maria Raciti — COVID-19 has cooled low SES parents’ access to ‘hot knowledge’ about supporting their university-bound children. But are ‘warm knowledge’ solutions up to the challenge?
- Event wrap-up — World Access to Higher Education Day Australasia
- WAHED 2020 ‘Champions for Change’ announced
- Webinar recording — Tips for outreach staff on how to evaluate outreach programs for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students
- New playlist — What’s university really like? Bite-sized insights from NCSEHE vlogger Monica Dinh
- ADCET student forum: Thriving through COVID
- Registrations open: 2021 NCRRRE Conference
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