Strengthening inclusive education in Bhutan

Strengthening inclusive education in Bhutan

Armidale and Bhutan may be separated by thousands of kilometres, but soon-to-be UNE education PhD graduate, Karma Jigyel, doesn’t think they’re so different. “Armidale is a very beautiful place which reminds of some places in Bhutan,” he says. “I’ve enjoyed the...
Juggling theatre and science

Juggling theatre and science

“For pretty much my entire life I have been surrounded by theatre: both my mother and father were involved in the local theatre company. I have participated in several theatre performances, both on stage and from behind the lighting desk. From when I was in year nine,...
A mythical journey

A mythical journey

A fascination with myths and legends around the world has led UNE Associate Professor Liz Hale on an adventure from New Zealand, to the USA, to Armidale, in pursuit of stories. “As a child in New Zealand I loved reading myths, legends, and fairy tales,” Liz says. “I...
Ecuador embraces inclusive education

Ecuador embraces inclusive education

UNE Associate Professor Jeanette Berman expected her collaborative research in inclusive education to be a useful resource on her home turf of Australia and New Zealand. But she and her co-authors couldn’t anticipate the extraordinary impact it would have further...