Scientia Education Academy Lecture Series - A/Prof Jacquelyn Cranney

2 May 2018 - 5:00pm – 2 May 2018 - 6:30pm  |  Tyree Room, John Niland Scientia Building

Join A/Prof Jacquelyn Cranney for the Scientia Academy Lecture for May 2018

Student wellbeing has traditionally been considered the domain of student support services.

In contrast, A/Prof Cranney argues that self-management, success and wellbeing are key aspects of the student experience of the formal curriculum, and so can and should be explicitly considered at the program level, supported by an integrated university-wide approach.

Relevant research logically leads to policy recommendations that should empower students to achieve meaningful personal and professional goals, with long-term ‘ripple effect’ benefits to wider communities.   

As always with the Scientia Lecture Series, the conversation will continue over drinks and nibbles.

Learn more about A/Prof Jacquelyn Cranney, School of Psychology, UNSW Science

Jacky's primary interests are (a) quality education in general, and quality undergraduate psychology outcomes in particular, (b) curricular opportunities for all students to further develop evidence-based strategies to achieve academic and professional goals, and (c) inclusive educational leadership. In pursuing these interests, Jacky has been the recipient of several UNSW and external Fellowships, grants and awards.

Event date: 2nd May 2018, 5:00pm to 6:30pm
Location: Tyree Room, John Niland Scientia Building
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