23 August, 2022
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

This is part of the SoTL seminar series featuring MQ staff presenting their experiences and approaches to undertaking SoTL. The format will be a half hour presentation followed by a half hour workshop.

Sponsored by the Teaching & Leadership Community of Practice and open to all interested MQ staff.

This will be a Zoom presentation.

Presenter: Emma Jackson (PhD Candidate, Academic Senate HDR Student Representative, Academic Tutor)

Topic: Positive and negative influences on mental health amongst HDR students during the Covid 19 pandemic

About this research:

  • Presents findings from an Australia-wide survey of HDR students during Covid
  • Uses mixed methods to investigate varied experiences of student wellbeing
  • Provides insight to personal and University influences on student wellbeing

The presenter:

Emma F. Jackson is a HDR student in the School of Psychological Sciences and Center for Emotional Health. She is currently the HDR Student Representative on the MQ Academic Senate and has interest in supporting the wellbeing of HDR students. Her thesis research examines gender diversity and gender development.


The discussion following Emma’s presentation will consider the experience of researching ‘your own kind’. What are the challenges and advantages to being close to the experience of your research participants?

Register to attend and you’ll be sent a calendar invitation with the Zoom link.


Bookings are closed for this event.

Posted by Kylie Coaldrake

Learning and Teaching Development Coordinator, Office of PVC (Education)