If you are a 3rd-year undergraduate or a postgraduate you are encouraged to apply. Payment is $51.50 per hour for individual tutoring and $61.50 for groups.
Send a completed registration form plus a certified copy of your qualifications or academic transcript and your resume to email@example.com. Call Oorala’s Student Services team on 6773 3034 for more information or visit www.une.edu.au/oorala.
Source: Lisa Rice, Oorala.
Perth UNE Meet and Greet
To RSVP please email and let us know you are attending (including any dietary requirements).
We look forward to meeting you!
Ed, Lisa, Alicia & Sue-Ellen (aka the UNE Team heading west!)]]>
Download this flow chart to help you work out who you should be talking to for help and if you’re not sure, or you’d like to troubleshoot, get in touch with the Student Support Team here.
Source: The Student Support Team]]>
If you have a question about your grade or result (and that includes an ‘RU’, as in result unavailable), please contact your Unit Coordinator ASAP (as they provide the results to the Exams Team who process, record and then pass them on to students).
Here’s the official word on the process of Appeal:
How do I appeal a result (grade)?: If you wish to appeal an academic result, you should contact your Unit Coordinator in the first instance, as outlined in the both the Academic Assessment Appeals Policy and Academic Assessment Appeals Procedures documents.
If after contacting your Unit Coordinator you want to lodge a formal appeal, you will need to complete an Appeal Against Academic Assessment form to outline the grounds for your appeal. You will be required to provide a written statement, as well as any documentary evidence you have to support your appeal. Please note that deadlines apply when appealing an academic assessment.
Notice of election for Student representative member of UNE Council.
A call for nominations will soon be sent to eligible undergraduate and postgraduate students inviting them to nominate for election as a student representative member on the University Council. Students will receive an email via UNE’s election service provider BigPulse inviting them to nominate this evening (7 June 2016). The call for nominations will close 5pm AEST 27 June 2016. If there is more than one nomination, an election will be held and a notice regarding voting will be sent out to all students at end of June or early July.
Further details about the elections can be found on the UNE website at http://www.une.edu.au/about-une/governance/une-council/council-elections-2016.
Did you know that there are more insects than any other multicellular living thing on Earth? If you’d like to know more about the insect that rules the world in the company of other current students and UNE graduates, join us for pre-dinner drinks and a two course meal on Thursday, 16 June 2016. We’ll be dining in the Dehavilland Room at Royal on the Park, and trying not to think too much about what ants are up to across the road in the Botanical Gardens.
Venue: Dehavilland Room
Royal on the Park
152 Alice Street
Brisbane, QLD 4001
Time: 6:00-9:00 pm
Date: Thursday, 16 June 2016
Cost: $60/person includes drinks on arrival, canapes, main meal and dessert. Cash bar during dinner.
To RSVP and pay by 9 June 2016, please click here. We’d love to see you there.
For enquiries regarding the event, please contact the Office of Advancement.
Source: Jennifer Miller – Office of Advancement]]>
Teach.NSW offers a number of scholarships and internships for teacher education students in the following areas – special education (years K-12), mathematics, science (with physics), and selected technology and applied studies (TAS) for the Teacher Education Scholarship program and secondary subject area for the Great Teaching Inspired Learning, Internship.
Aboriginal teacher education students in any subject area are also eligible to apply for the Teacher Education Scholarship – Aboriginal.
Applications are now open, please check out the teach.NSW website for more information. Applications close 16 September, 2016
Source: Simon Knight – School of Education]]>
For staff and on-campus students:
Staff should expect intermittent outages as systems are restarted following maintenance updates. Network connections as well as internet access will be temporarily unavailable in different locations across campus during the day.
For off-campus students: Moodle and student email should NOT be affected.
This event is one of ITD’s scheduled maintenance windows, during which essential work is carried out to enhance and improve University systems.
Adobe Connect: Friday, 3rd June 2016
In addition, there will be an upgrade to the Adobe Connect virtual classroom system on Friday, 3rd June 2016. During the upgrade, there will be no access to run new Adobe Connect sessions or to access recordings of previous sessions.
The schedule of maintenance windows for 2016 can be found on the ITD website (http://www.une.edu.au/staff-current/staff-services/it-services/it-maintenance-dates ). Please check these dates before planning any events that may require IT services or support.
Please check the ITD service announcements web page regularly for information relating to ITD services interruptions and planned events. http://blog.une.edu.au/serviceannounce/category/itd-announcements/
Service Desk support will be available during the weekend – please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or http://une.service-now.com if you are experiencing problems after the maintenance outage.
Source: Robert Irving, Director, Information Technology]]>