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RMIT's Guide to Diverse & Inclusive Student Recruitment
"Are you recruiting the best talent by attracting and assessing culturally diverse students?" ask Lisa Williams and Katie Adler in their guide.
Informing Policy and Practice V
The fifth volume in the 'Informing Policy & Practice' series collates 21 reports from the NCSEHE Student Equity Research Grants & Equity Fellows programs.
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.
Fostering High University and Vocational Expectations during Adolescence through Discussions
This article summarises a recent study by NCSEHE Fellows Catherine Drane and Lynette Vernon (Edith Cowan University)
Thriving through COVID-19: Reflections from Tertiary Students with Disability at a National Online Forum 
Findings from the 2020 ADCET student forum, supported by the NCSEHE, entitled 'Thriving through COVID-19'.
#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
NCSEHE Impact Report: Improving student outcomes in online learning
Tracing the impact of Opportunity Through Online Learning by Dr Cathy Stone (2017) written by Dr Kitty Drok for the NCSEHE.
Discussion Paper on the 2020 Review of the Disability Standards for Education 2005
This discussion paper expands on the NCSEHE’s submission to The 2020 Review of the Disability Standards for Education 2005.
myfuture Insights — Making career decisions: How influencers can help
How influencers can support young people to make informed career choices by seeking out an independent career information website