Top 5 Academic Senate Updates for September 2018 - Approval of Future Academic Senate Composition, Grade Appeal Policy Review Update, Curriculum Architecture Update, Establishing 2019 projects and the Chair's report.
Meet Michael Donovan, the new Academic Director, Indigenous Learning and Teaching in Walanga Muru, who, through the new Curriculum Architecture, will be helping faculties embed Indigenous knowledges across all courses by 2020.
An interview with Gail White, Executive Director, Student Engagement and Registrar, on her role in Project Beacon, the difference between a CMS and an SMS and what will happen to AMIS.
A reminder there's one week left for Faculties to submit EOIs (the first stage of the submission process for 2020 course offerings); support portal and key resource links provided; and the new name for the Student Management Program is revealed.
As the Curriculum Architecture Policy has now been approved and the Principles endorsed, the work moves to the Faculties to commence the Coursework Suite Renewal. Here is an overview of key dates, activities and where to find support.
Updates this month include the Curriculum Architecture Policy and Principles endorsement, discussion on the purpose and composition of the Academic Senate, mid-year traffic light assessment of Senate Projects, academic GPA and English language requirements, and a welcome to incoming student...
An overview of this week's Curriculum Architecture Town Hall, with links to the revised principles, information on the naming competitions and questions posed at the Town Hall are answered here.
Mariella Herberstein shares how the Curriculum Architecture project came about, what feedback the principles have received so far and what comes next.
A brief history of the Macquarie Lighthouse and how its redesign in the 1880s relates to the suggested new approach to the curriculum architecture.