CQUni academics present at Bangkok conference on international education
Published on 19 April, 2012
CQUniversity academics recently presented papers at the 7th annual APAIE Conference & Exhibition hosted by Mahidol University in Bangkok, Thailand....
The Asia Pacific Association for International Education event featured Melbourne Campus lecturer Liz Sidiropoulos, with a research paper about Navigating the sustainability journey of tertiary international students in Australia: engaging and scaffolding their progress in a distributed learning environment.
Ms Sidiropoulos also gave a workshop on Creating synergies in sustainability initiatives across a tertiary institution - building momentum for institutional transformation.
Associate Professor Alison Owens and her paper co-author Susan Loomes addressed Trading Places: a case study of a cultural exchange and social integration initiative for international and domestic students. Alison is Director of CQUniversity's International Education Research Centre and Susan is the Campus Director for Sydney.
Sydney-based Program Head Dr Clive Graham spoke on Teaching Creativity Across Cultures.