Category: Employability and Graduate Success

Here’s how to get the most out of your LinkedIn profile

In times of great turbulence and uncertainty in employment, how are you ensuring your strengths and experience shine online for employers?

/ 13 July, 2020
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“If only I had someone to help with …” If this is you, read on

PACE students are available to help, contributing to your work while applying their learning in the real world.

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Studio shots for MQ staff – December 2019

Book in your photo session for December 2019 - places are limited!

/ 12 December, 2019
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3 ways to look at job uncertainty differently

Given the general unease and negative lens often applied to large shifts in organisational direction, I'm compelled to share, and attempt to take, a more Stoic approach to the situation.

/ 13 November, 2019
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PACE Community of Practice: Social Networks and Early Graduate Careers

A. Prof. Kate Lloyd, Dr. Matalena Tofa, and Dr. Chris Bilsland share some of the findings from a multi-institutional study on how graduates in business and creative industries engage with social networks and networking early in their careers.

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PACE Community of Practice: Save the Date: Addressing child marriage in Nepal

María Amigó, a PACE academic, shares her findings and experience of conducting evaluation research for one of PACE’s international partners, Restless Development Nepal. This is an example of how the PACE program can be leveraged to create research opportunities for...

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Tell your students: Careers Week 2019

Don't let your students miss out on opportunities to connect with industry, and research their options and pathways beyond graduation.

/ 18 July, 2019
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PACE Community of Practice: Principles-based thinking to guide decision-making for research ethics & PACE

The updated National Statement and the Australian Code are guidance documents setting out principles for research ethics and integrity. How can we use these documents to guide ethical research practice and governance in the PACE program?