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CRADLE PhD Student Ameena Payne Wins Prestigious Alumni Award

Congratulations to Ameena Payne, CRADLE PhD candidate and strategic scholarship holder, who has been awarded the Outstanding Young Alumnus/Young Alumna Award for 2022 by the Illinois Institute of Technology (Illinois Tech) in Chicago.

European higher education students: contested constructions – CRADLE Seminar Series #2 2023

For our second seminar of 2023 we are pleased to welcome Professor Rachel Brooks in conjunction with the Research for Educational Impact (REDI) Strategic Research Centre. Professor Brooks is a Professor of Sociology and Associate Dean of Research and Innovation at the University of Surrey in the UK. The seminar will unpack the differing conceptualisations of the role of the student in European higher education.

Congratulations to Dr Bianka Malecka on her graduation!

Congratulations to Dr Bianka Malecka - one of CRADLE’s recent PhD graduates! Bianka describes the focus of her research and provides some reflections and highlights of her study experience.

Data Paradoxes: The Politics of Intensified Data Sourcing in Contemporary Healthcare – CRADLE Seminar Series #1 2023

For our first seminar of 2023 we are pleased to announce that in conjunction with Deakin’s Science and Society Network and Monash University’s Associate Professor Mark Davis, Professor Klaus Hoeyer of the Centre for Medical Science and Technology Studies, University of Copenhagen, will present an analysis of the politics of intensified data sourcing in healthcare as it unfolds in Denmark.

1,300 years is long enough: it’s pens down for the exam hall

In this post the use of the exam hall and its relationship to authentic assessment in a digital world is put to the test by Alfred Deakin Professor Liz Johnson, Deputy Vice Chancellor Academic Portfolio, Professor Helen Partridge, Pro-Vice Chancellor Teaching and Learning and Professor Phillip Dawson, Co-Director Centre for Research in Assessment and Digital Learning.

CRADLE’s New Leadership Structure

We are pleased to announce that CRADLE is moving to a new leadership structure in 2023. Our current Director, Alfred Deakin Professor David Boud, and Associate Director, Professor Phillip Dawson, will now be Co-Directors.

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