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You are reading: August issue of NCSEHE Equity Insights

The latest issue of NCSEHE Equity Insights eNews is out now!

Highlights include:

  • Progress bulletin and preliminary findings — NCSEHE Equity Fellow Tim Pitman
  • NCSEHE submission to the Job-ready Graduates Package draft legislation consultation
  • New article: Changes to career advice needed now more than ever
  • myfuture InsightsMaking career decisions: How influencers can help
  • New article: Helping your child make an informed decision about going to university
  • Webinar — Supporting students’ mental wellbeing during the pandemic
  • National Students as Partners Roundtable and 2020 ATEM Conference wrap-up
  • Spotlight on the 2020/21 NCSEHE Research Grants Program projects:
    • Re-imagining exams: How do assessment adjustments impact on inclusion?
    • Equity implications of non-ATAR pathways: Participation, academic outcomes and work-readiness
    • Supporting careers of LGBTQIA+ students in Australian universities
  • NCSEHE Student Equity Snapshots Forum update
  • Webinar — COVID-19 and beyond: Perspectives from university students
  • Higher education career advice for students from low SES backgrounds — August research update
  • And more national and international news, research, resources and events from the NCSEHE and our associates.

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