There’s a bit more info over at AskUNE and if you have questions or need a bit of advice get in touch with Student Central on 02 6773 4444. And just in case you need it, if you do need to withdraw after this date on the grounds of special circumstances, here’s the official info.
Source: Ed, Student Support Team]]>
Study of regional university students and examination of help-seeking and online help sources:
We are looking for PARTICIPANTS AGED 18 – 24 YEARS who are STUDYING INTERNALLY AT THE UNIVERSITY OF NEW ENGLAND to participate in research examining the relationship between the intent to seek help, psychological distress and online mental health services.
It will take approximately 15-45 minutes to complete an initial survey and a follow-up survey may be sent to you a month later which will take approximately 15-30 minutes to complete. First year Psychology students will be eligible to receive RPO points for taking part in this study.
Click the link for further information on the study and to take part – http://unebcss.co1.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_2h5OwpPWDt49PDv
This project has been approved by the Human Research Ethics Committee of the University of New England, (Approval No HE16-148, Valid to 08/06/17). Further questions about this research can be directed to email@example.com.
Source: Felicity Anicich (Hons student)]]>
I am pleased to announce that last week 251 students were notified that they had been identified as 2016 Vice-Chancellor’s Scholars. The Vice-Chancellor’s Scholar Program recognises and rewards outstanding academic achievement among our undergraduate students. It is our way of acknowledging both on-campus and off-campus students who have achieved a GPA of 6.7 or above after completing at least four units of study at UNE. A GPA of 6.7 is hard to achieve and difficult to maintain.
The 2016 Vice-Chancellor’s Scholars will be invited to attend a reception in their honour in November, and their distinction will be noted on their academic transcript. The students’ names will also be placed on an Honour Roll on the VC Scholar’s website. As part of the program, Vice-Chancellor’s Scholars will be able to apply for VC’s Scholar Engagement Awards worth up to $4000, and VC’s Scholar Academic Development Awards valued at up to $1000. Scholars will also be invited to a workshop designed specifically for them.
The Vice-Chancellor’s Scholar Program is now in its fourth year. The numbers of scholars have continued to increase each year from 161 in 2013 to 251 this year. These high-achievers are distributed across all disciplines where a GPA is calculated.
It is always uplifting to see students doing very well at UNE, and I am delighted to congratulate our Scholars who have dedicated so much effort to their studies.
Vice Chancellor and CEO, Annabelle Duncan.
CAFÉ LIFE: Located in the Northern Courtyard, Café Life has a range of take-away options as well as ready meals, snacks and sandwiches. Weekend breakfast options and take-home-and-heat options will be available.
THE STRO: Adjacent to Café Life, The ‘Stro is the on campus uni-bar and sells pub style meals for lunch and dinner.
THE BOOLOOMINBAH COLLECTION: The historic Booloominbah Homestead at the southern end of Graduate Walk, is home to the Booloominbah Collection, serving restaurant style meals as well as buffet breakfast daily.
SPORTUNE: In addition to being the on-campus gym and sporting facility, SportUNE offers a café with a range of light meals options and snacks. SportUNE is located below Mary White College, between the academic and residential campuses.
If you’re on campus today, you need to get along to this! 5.30pm at the Bistro (Monday August 15) courtesy of UNESSTA.]]>
You can download the Position Description here and for more information, contact Sue-Ellen Hogan (Tamworth Study Centre Coordinator) on 02 6766 3860 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Make sure you get your application in by August 26!
Source: Ed Campbell – Student Support Team]]>