ACSME 2019 – It’s a wrap
What a wonderful conference this was! Over 230 academics, professional staff and students came to share their experiences and to connect with colleagues who are dealing with similar challenges. The central theme was the student experience. We heard powerful stories from students. We had deep discussions about educational environments we should strive to create to place all of our students, whatever their background and experiences, at the centre of our endeavours; data driven research is key to understanding the student experience and informing the creation of such environments. Individual presentations ranged over a large number of topics and challenges and showcased the breadth and depth of the work that goes into making the experience of science students and graduates meaningful and of the highest quality.
Discipline day at UTS Central followed with meetings for the discipline networks in mathematics, physics, chemistry, biomedical sciences and environmental sciences, for discussions on topics of current interest. In the afternoon, this was followed by workshops on theoretical research frameworks, distributed leadership to embed scholarship in STEM teaching teams, and several tools for better learning of electromagnetism, scientific processes and chemistry labs. This was followed by a tour of the new UTS “Hive” Superlab!
Thank you again to our hosts, University of Sydney and UTS, and sponsors UNSW, 3M Australia and Cengage Learning, the conference committees and volunteers, and all the delegates who presented at the conference.
Professor Pauline Ross
ACSME 2019 Conference Chair
ACSME 2019 Anniversary Dinner – Photo Gallery now available at: https://salavaphotography.shootproof.com/gallery/10535795/home
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Please note: This photo gallery will be available online until 10 January 2020 only.
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