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NCSEHE Fellows Reports

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Supporting persons with disabilities to succeed in higher education
NCSEHE Equity Fellow Tim Pitman (Curtin University) explores how students with disabilities are supported in their higher education studies
Indigenous students' journeys to and through allied healthcare programs
Research by Andrea Simpson recommends attracting more Indigenous students to healthcare professions to improve health outcomes for Indigenous Australians.
Meaningful jobs for students with disability: From luck to business as usual
Research by NCSEHE Equity Fellow David Eckstein highlights opportunities and barriers in career support for university students with disability.
Building a stronger evidence base to support effective outreach strategies for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students: Increasing impact and university participation
Indigenous school students value the opportunity to build connections with their peers through university outreach camps.
‘You going to uni?’ Exploring how people from regional, rural and remote areas navigate into and through higher education
NCSEHE Equity Fellowship by Janine Dehahunty (University of Wollongong) explores factors influencing uni completion for regional, rural and remote students.
2019–20 Equity Fellowship Snapshots
The NCSEHE Equity Fellows' reports are complemented by a series of print and digital publications, showcasing their research in unique, eye-catching formats
Proactively supporting students’ mental wellbeing: Guidelines and recommendations for staff and universities
Guidelines and recommendations for staff and universities to support students' mental wellbeing, informed by Nicole Crawford's NCSEHE Equity Fellowship.
On the radar: Supporting the mental wellbeing of mature-aged students in regional and remote Australia
NCSEHE Equity Fellowship report by Nicole Crawford identifies proactive approaches to support mature-age regional and remote students’ mental wellbeing.
#NCSEHE_Snapshots series
The NCSEHE hosted a series of lightning talks and online discussions presented by the 2019/20 Equity Fellows on 26–30 October 2020
Mind the Gap!’ Exploring the post-graduation outcomes and employment mobility of individuals who are first in their family to complete a university degree
Research Fellowship explores post-graduation outcomes and employment mobility of individuals who are first in their family to complete a university degree.