A roundtable on TAFE's contribution to Australia's National Innovation and Science Agenda. Guest speakers include public college leaders from Canada, NZ and the UK, who will share their countries' experience with applied research. Read more or register on our website.
Single subjects - a taster of our postgraduate courses or an opportunity to learn something new
The LH Martin Institute's single subjects are online subjects that are normally offered as part of our Master or Graduate Certificate courses. Participants can choose to undertake their single subject in assessed or non-assessed mode. Those who successfully complete the assessed mode can use the credit points earned towards our Master or Graduate Certificate courses.
Below is a list of subjects offered in the first half of 2016. Please refer to our website for the complete list of subjects offered in 2016.
Jointly presented by the EU Centre on Shared Complex Challenges, University of Melbourne, this practical workshop will explore key actions needed to lead and build an entrepreneurial institution. Read more or register.
In this talk, University College London (UCL) Vice Provost Prof. Anthony Smith will explain the UCL 20-year strategy, UCL 2034, and what it aims to achieve for this research-intensive university. Read more.
Durban University of Technology Director for Research and Postgraduate Support, and another alumnus of our Master of Tertiary Education Management, Professor Sibusiso (Sibu) Moyo was featured on her institution's website after scoring first class honours for her Masters. Read article.
We welcome your feedback on this newsletter and invite you to pitch your idea(s) for an opinion piece on tertiary education leadership and management. Cleared articles will be published on our blog Insights and featured in an upcoming edition of the newsletter, which goes out to senior managers, leaders and policy makers in tertiary education in Australia, New Zealand and around the world. Please contact Marisa Simanjuntak Saeter for more information.
The banner image in this edition is of our honorary Fellows, who gathered in Melbourne earlier this month to discuss issues affecting tertiary education that the LH Martin Institute is or should be focusing on in 2016 and beyond. More photos available on our Facebook page.