Type of Publication: NCSEHE publication
Lead Organisation: NCSEHE
Year Published: 2020
Lead Researcher: NCSEHE
On 26–30 October 2020, the NCSEHE hosted the Student Equity Snapshots Forum — a week of lightning talks and live discussions with the 2019/20 cohort of NCSEHE Equity Fellows.
The event was complemented by a series of #NCSEHE_Snapshots publications. Over 500 of the limited edition booklets were mailed to Forum participants and key stakeholders, and are available here on the NCSEHE website in flipbook and PDF formats.
Outreach strategies for indigenous students: increasing impact & university participation
Dr Katelyn Barney
Katelyn Barney’s Fellowship identifies success factors and highlights areas to strengthen outreach initiatives for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander school students.
Supporting students’ mental wellbeing: Teaching and learning makes such a difference!
Dr Nicole Crawford
Nicole Crawford’s Fellowship investigated proactive approaches to support the mental wellbeing of mature-aged university students in regional and remote Australia.
On footprints, the university experience and why we need to listen to regional students
Dr Janine Delahunty
Janine’s Fellowship explores how regional and remote people navigate into and through higher education and what challenges they face in realising their goals.
‘Nothing inevitable about exclusion’: Careers support for students with disability
Mr David Eckstein
David Eckstein’s Fellowship investigates the provision of targeted careers support for students with disability, as well as barriers to service provision.
Disability support in higher education: What our students are telling us
Associate Professor Tim Pitman
Tim Pitman’s Fellowship looks at how universities can best support people with disability, particularly regional, rural and remote students.
Pathways to allied health: Insights from Indigenous health professionals
Dr Andrea Simpson
Andrea Simpson’s Fellowship investigates pathways to higher degree allied health coursework programs for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.