The session’s focus is ‘Partnering with social enterprise’, and it will be facilitated by Dr Jennifer Ruskin and the team from Faculty of Business and Economics.
Partnering with social enterprise: Challenges of developing successful partnerships and rewarding student placements
In this session, we will provide an overview of the FBE team’s PACE development grant-funded project to develop new social enterprise partnerships. We will discuss project activities and successful outcomes. Drawing on cases, we will discuss examples that highlight our experience of the challenges associated with engaging social enterprise partners and placing students. The session will conclude with a facilitated discussion about how these challenges can be addressed.
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Andrea Chareunsy, convenor of ECON381 (Current issues in Economics) and winner of the Faculty of Business and Economics Dean’s Awards for Curriculum Innovation joins us in Episode 3 of the 4 part series. Previous posts on Program Leadership: Lawrence Ang and Curriculum Innovation: Steve Erichsen can be found here too.
Continue reading Dean’s Awards – Andrea Chareunsy
The Macquarie University Faculty of Business and Economics PACE team is seeking one or more casual Senior Research Assistants to support internal projects including the co-creation of curriculum for work-integrated learning in international business and the integration of generic skills in the business curriculum.
Continue reading Seeking Senior Research Assistants for PACE
We are seeking expressions of interest from appropriately qualified academic staff currently working at Macquarie University to undertake a curriculum development project arising from objectives in the Learning and Teaching Strategic Framework.
Continue reading Secondment opportunity: PACE curriculum development project
You are invited to a research presentation by Dr Jayde Cahir and David Bartolo on the Matchmaking Project Study, designing a bridging framework for cross-institutional collaboration in professional practice and work-based learning. This presentation is the first of a new PACE Research Seminar Series designed to promote research, scholarship and networking within the Macquarie community.
Continue reading Seminar: Designing a Bridging Framework to Span Work and Learning
You are invited to attend a presentation session that will showcase the ten best entries in the PSY399 Outstanding Placement Competition for 2015 students.
Continue reading Invitation: PSY399 Outstanding Placement Competition for 2015 students
Our undergraduate students enrolled in the PACE unit “Internships in Social Research” frequently conduct evaluation studies for different community partners. However, we noticed that the time-frame of a single semester is too short for developing a sophisticated evaluation plan, as well as implementing it…
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Catherine Ennis, Faculty PACE Manager in Faculty of Science and Engineering, has been awarded a PACE Development Grant, entitled, Modelling Partnerships: Exploring a Whole of Region Approach to Partnership Development and Management.
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It’s an exciting time to be a Macquarie student, say Joseph Park and Divij Mehra from the Asia-Pacific Student Entrepreneurship Society (ASES). They have just launched a new entrepreneurial space on campus called The Garage. But that’s just the beginning, and they want Macquarie staff along for the ride.
Continue reading “We want Macquarie staff to embrace their inner entrepreneur”
Lindie Clark talks about what the new Learning and Teaching Strategic Framework might mean for the PACE program at Macquarie, and how we know that experiential learning really works.
Continue reading The PACE of Change