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Don’t Forget: CRADLE PhD Scholarships are open – Apply Now!
March 20, 2023
Don't forget applications for CRADLE’s PhD Scholarship Scheme for 2023 are still open and will remain open until a suitable candidate is found. Don't miss your chance to come and study with us at CRADLE!
Assessment and student identity formation – CRADLE Seminar Series #4 2023
March 17, 2023
For our fourth seminar of 2023 we are pleased to welcome CRADLE Honorary Research Fellow Dr Juuso Nieminen from the University of Hong Kong. The seminar will set an agenda for understanding assessment from the viewpoint of student identities. Join us on Wednesday 5 April at 2pm.
Catch up on the TEQSA & CRADLE ChatGPT Webinars
March 6, 2023
Are you enjoying our Implications of generative artificial intelligence (AI) for higher education webinars with TEQSA? Did you want to join us but got stuck in a dreaded meeting? Well, now you catch up and watch the recordings of the previous two webinars on our dedicated blog page.
Career Achievement Award Honour for CRADLE Co-Director Professor David Boud
March 1, 2023
CRADLE Co-Director Alfred Deakin Professor David Boud has been honoured at the Australian Awards for University Teaching (AAUT) with the 2022 Career Achievement Award. Congratulations David!
Closing Soon – Apply for a CRADLE Fellowship Now! Deadline Extended!
February 27, 2023
Applications for CRADLE’s Fellowship Scheme for 2023 close soon! Apply now to be part of CRADLE’s research agenda and enjoy the benefits of developing your academic profile with a CRADLE Fellowship. Don't miss out and apply by 5pm Monday 6 March 2023.
Assessment for Inclusion in Higher Education: CRADLE Book Launch – CRADLE Seminar Series #3 2023
February 24, 2023
Join us for the launch of our latest CRADLE Book: Assessment for Inclusion in Higher Education: Promoting Social Justice and Equity in Assessment. Edited by Rola Ajjawi, Joanna Tai, David Boud, and Trina Jorre de St Jorre. Alfred Deakin Professor Liz Johnson will launch the seminar and Professor Sally Kift will discuss the Higher Education landscape and diversity.