April 2019 Issue
- Exploring new approaches to enrich learning experiences
- What will a UOW graduate look like in a world beyond 2030?
- UOW a global leader for social and economic impact
- Staff profile: Deb Nolan, Manager Client Experience at the Library
- Partnering with First in Family students to realise their university ambitions
- Student profile: Adi Holmes is on the pathway to creating positive humanitarian impact
- Library hosts first exhibition using Augmented Reality
- Jindaola program takes clean sweep of international academic awards
What will a UOW graduate look like in a world beyond 2030?
Following last year’s launch of ‘2030 Vision: A Purposeful Future’, University academic and professional services staff have been discussing the concept of a ‘T-shaped’ graduate.
Pro-Vice Chancellor, Students, Julia Coyle and Academic Program Director, Bachelor of Primary Education, Ken Cliff share how the idea of the T-shaped graduate came about, and what's required to successfully produce students who fit this vision.