• Submissions now open for 2016 STARS Conference

    There are five submission types available:

    • refereed papers,
    • good practice reports,
    • emerging initiatives,
    • collaborative workshops,
    • poster presentations.

    More information on how to submit, the submission types, quality requirements, review criteria and format requirements can be found on our website: http://unistars.org/submissions/

    Submissions close 1 February 2016.


    Our confirmed Keynote Speakers for 2016 are:

    • Associate Professor Brydie-Leigh Bartleet
      Director of the Queensland Conservatorium Research Centre
      Griffith University
      2014 Australian University Teacher of the Year
    • Professor Barney Glover
      Vice-Chancellor and President, University of Western Sydney
      Chair of Universities Australia

    More information on our Keynote Speakers is available on the conference website.

  • University Pathways: A Global Perspective

    Call for chapters!

    The book, titled University Pathways: A Global Perspective, will be published with Springer in 2016. It is a first of its kind in the world, in that it aims to shed light on the diverse provisions of university pathway/foundation year programs that provide an alternative entry to university – a fast-growing area of the Higher Education sector globally. Details can be found at:  http://www.universitypathways.net/

  • Journal re-launch to align with new STARS Conference

    The International Journal of the First Year in Higher Education is set to re-launched at the upcoming STARS Conference in Melbourne and will align future content to the Conference themes – more

  • National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Education Conference (NATSIEC)

    The National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Education Conference (NATSIEC) will be held November 10 – 13, 2015 at the Pullman & Mercure Hotel, Albert Park, Melbourne.

    The NATSIEC 2015 focus will be community empowerment, local ownership, quality of life and celebrating knowledge as power.

    VAEAI is now calling for abstracts, around the theme of Identity, Culture and Learning and the 21 goals of the National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Education Policy (AEP).

    For more information and details on how to submit an abstract please visit: natsiecvic.com.au  – or contact natsiec2015@vaeai.org.au for more information


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