Ed Talks

Ed Talks are a series of small focus groups, designed by PARSA, ANUSA and the Vice-Chancellor, to include students in the discussion around the future direction of ANU.

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Last year, a series of Ed Talks took place throughout the academic colleges of the University. These focus group-styled Talks were designed by PARSA and ANUSA as an opportunity for students to sit down and participate in a conversation with members of the ANU Executive the about the future of their education.

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Some of the important issues that were raised at the Talks included why students chose ANU, what barriers they faced, what a quality education meant to them and what they would like to see from ANU in a deregulated system of university fees. Topics that were raised included the University’s participation in higher education conversation, scholarships, on- and off-campus living, teaching standards, exams and overseas opportunities.

This year we hope to broach similar subjects and many more in a new series of talks.

Past Ed Talks

Residential Experience on Campus

Notes from this Ed Talk.

Stress & Assessment

Notes from this Ed Talk.

Safety & harassment

Notes from this Ed Talk.

Health, wellbeing & safety on campus

Notes from this Ed Talk.

Updated:  12 October 2015/ Responsible Officer:  Executive Director Administration & Planning/ Page Contact:  SCAPA