Have you heard about ICBRG?
The Inclusive Community Based Research Group (ICBRG) is a network of researchers with a shared passion for collaborative and inclusive research that benefits the community. The group supports staff and postgraduate research students from the faculty to work with community partners to conduct research that is accessible, inclusive, empowering and works to return research results in an accessible form. Find out more.
UOW installation highlights importance of respect
Interactive cube invites staff, students to share their messages of respect as part of ongoing campaign.
Speaking at the launch was fourth-year Bachelor of Social Work student Josh Cleaver who started his degree in 2015 in hopes of working toward improving social justice within the community.
Read the article published by UOW The Stand.
SOC 3 Minute Thesis
A 80,000 word thesis would take 9 hours to present, their time limit… 3 minutes! The SOC 3 Minute Thesis heat was held on Friday 8 June with a high calibre of presenters who successfully engaged the audience and made choosing a winner a difficult decision for the judges.
The overall competition winner was Johanna Meyer (Psychology), Peoples’ Choice was awarded to Jenny Norman (Health & Society) and Tashi Dendup (Health & Society) received the Encouragement Award. Congratulations to all that presented. It was clear to all that we have some amazing students in Social Science.
The Stevenson Family Scholarship Recipients
On Wednesday 9 May our Executive Dean Glenn Salkeld attended a morning tea to celebrate the Stevenson Family Scholarship. The event was held as an official thank you and recognition of the Stevenson family for their generous support as long term donors of the university and was a great opportunity to bring these students and their families together to highlight that they are part of something bigger than themselves, they are part of a community of giving that will continue to have an impact for generations to come.
Congratulations to our Bachelor of Social Work students, Andrew Jagot, Duncan Wilson and Katie-Louise Morgan on being the 2018 Stevenson Family Scholarship Recipients.