Vice-Chancellor launches new Work Integrated Learning website – WIL@ACUVice-Chancellor launches new Work Integrated Learning website – WIL@ACU
ACU Vice-Chancellor and President, Professor Greg Craven launched ACU’s national Work Integrated Learning website on Monday 27 February at the National Portrait Gallery in Canberra.
ACU students have explored themes of xenophobia and community tensions in a new play created in collaboration with ACU academic Dr Gillian Schroeter.
Indonesian Educational Reform Delegation Visits ACU CanberraIndonesian Educational Reform Delegation Visits ACU Canberra
During the first week of October, ACU Canberra hosted a delegation of senior and emerging education reform leaders from Indonesia’s largest Islamic tertiary education institution, Universitas Islam Negeri, (UIN).
ACU is excited to announce the launch of the Diploma in Languages. Initially the languages available will be Italian and Spanish at the Melbourne and North Sydney campuses.
Jenny Walker, Principal of Kellyville Public School, and currently, Relieving Director Aboriginal Education and Community Engagement came to ACU to engage with the 5th Year students in our Bachelor of Education (Primary) (Indigenous Education) program.
Dr Catherine Bishop’s research has been recognised with a significant national prize.
Dr Rhonda Faragher wins staff award for Mission Excellence Dr Rhonda Faragher wins staff award for Mission Excellence
Dr Rhonda Faragher has won a Vice-Chancellor Staff Excellence Award for her life-changing work for people with Down syndrome in Australia and around the world.
The Faculty of Education and Arts is pleased to announce that Ms Judith Norris, Deputy Head of School Education NSW/ACT Canberra has been appointed as a member of the ACT Board of Senior Secondary Studies (BSSS) until the end of 2019.
The Faculty of Education and Arts Art Exhibitions are becoming something of a cultural hub in Ballarat.
Annual high school photography competition is now openAnnual high school photography competition is now open
The 2016 Pixel Prize competition is now open for this years' entries. The competition is open to high school students in years 7 -12 from NSW, ACT, Vic and Qld who have a passion for photography.
If there’s one thing that outstanding educators agree on, it’s this: teaching is fundamentally about people. Whether they are in the classroom, leading a school or heading an educational sector, the educator’s goal is invariably what’s best for the people involved.
Literacy and Numeracy Testing for Initial Teacher Education Students Literacy and Numeracy Testing for Initial Teacher Education Students
From 1 July, Education students across Australia will be expected to sit and pass a national literacy and numeracy test prior to completing their course.
3 Arts students recently learnt how to be measured in their approach and restrained in order to produce technically sophisticated artwork.
The Faculty of Education and Arts would like to announce the opening of our new media building located on Brunswick Street in Fitzroy which features a radio production complex, a state-of-the art television studio, as well as student break-out areas, editing suites, and a Mac lab in Semester 1, 2016.
Helping Hannah to make a difference in young people’s livesHelping Hannah to make a difference in young people’s lives
Studying education at university was continuing a family tradition for Hannah Bruty, as three of her seven siblings are qualified teachers. Winning a scholarship to study at Australian Catholic University has helped make that goal come alive.
The Faculty of Education and Arts is offerings two new undergraduate courses and two new masters’ programs commencing 2016. These student-centered innovative and contemporary courses are an exciting addition to our existing degree programs.
2015 was an exceptionally strong year for our two National Schools, School of Education and School of Arts, with academics receiving significant funding and recognition for their work.
Final graduation for educational leadership students in Mauritius Final graduation for educational leadership students in Mauritius
Held on the 17th of August, 16 graduands gathered with family, friends and colleagues to be awarded their much anticipated Masters’ degrees.
ACU academics Associate Professor Nerida Blair, Ms Leanne King attended MATSITI 2015 Conference with two of ACU’s Bachelor of Education (Primary) (Away from base) students based at our Strathfield campus.
The National School of Arts is pleased to offer two 10 credit point undergraduate units at the Rome Centre in June 2016. The School invites eligible students to register their interest in either of the units.
Bachelor of Teaching/ Bachelor of Exercise ScienceBachelor of Teaching/ Bachelor of Exercise Science
Australian Catholic University is introducing a Bachelor of Teaching/ Bachelor of Exercise Science to its Brisbane, Canberra and Melbourne campuses in Semester 1 2016.
ACU academic wins prestigious Australian Religious History Fellowship for 2016ACU academic wins prestigious Australian Religious History Fellowship for 2016
Dr Catherine Bishop has been awarded the prestigious Australian Religious History Fellowship.
This year's graduate exhibition entitled 'Current' is the culmination of the Bachelor of Visual Arts and Design degree for students at ACU Melbourne campus.
The phenomenon of the “young professor” may be more commonplace in today’s higher education scene than in the universities of the 18th and 19th centuries says ACU academics.
A festival of musical, theatrical and visual art displays A festival of musical, theatrical and visual art displays
Each year, the Brisbane Campus celebrates the end of Semester 2 with a festival of musical, theatrical and visual art displays hosted by the School of Arts.
Dr Joanna Barbousas' expertise in effective teaching practices has led to her involvement in two exciting ACU initiatives, which are designed to provide better workplace preparation for young teachers. The ACU National Mentoring in Education Hub (ACUMentoring) and the North West Teaching Academy in Victoria are examples of how ACU is making a difference in teacher education.
A touring exhibition of video, photography and visual art was on display at our Melbourne gallery this winter.
Associate Professor Lindsay Farrell invited to judge one of Australia's richest landscape prize. Associate Professor Lindsay Farrell invited to judge one of Australia's richest landscape prize.
Associate Professor Lindsay Farrell from the School of Arts was a judge at the recent annual Tattersall's Club Landscape Art Prize.
Lecturer Alasdair Macintyre from the School of Arts, Brisbane was a finalist in this year's Archibald Salon des Refuses Exhibition with his portrait,Self portrait in the studio. Each year an alternative selection of 30 portraits are selected from over 800 entries in the Archibald Prize competition.
Dr Catherine Bell wins prestigious fellowship to showcase Brisbane's cultural identityDr Catherine Bell wins prestigious fellowship to showcase Brisbane's cultural identity
Visual arts lecturer Dr Catherine Bell has won acclaim for her library display of sculptor Dianne Mayo's role in shaping Brisbane's cultural identity. The fellowship, by the Council of Australian University Librarians (CAUL) and the Australian Society of Authors, is designed to showcase the richness of special collections in Australian university libraries.
What are the attributes of a quality Catholic graduate teacher or nurse?What are the attributes of a quality Catholic graduate teacher or nurse?
Geraldine Doogue, award winning ABC host and journalist, chaired a panel of distinguished professional and academic individuals from the education and health sectors.
The Faculty of Education and Arts 25th Anniversary Seminar: Who will lead tomorrow's Catholic schools was held on 20th July in North Sydney.
Faculty of Education and Arts Academic speaks at UN headquartersFaculty of Education and Arts Academic speaks at UN headquarters
Senior Lecturer and expert on inclusive mathematics education for learners with Down syndrome, Dr Rhonda Faragher, recently addressed an audience at UN HQ alongside her daughter, Ruth.
Annual high school photography competition is now open.Annual high school photography competition is now open.
The Pixel Prize competition is open to high school students in years 7 -12 from New South Wales, Victoria and Queensland who have a passion for photography.
Historical fiction on TV is equally about the here and nowHistorical fiction on TV is equally about the here and now
Historical drama's currently popularity on the small screen has put the concept of historical authenticity in the spotlight. Banished, Game of Thrones and Wolf Hall diverge significantly in genre, tone, subject matter and the ways they engage with the past.
Introducing the National Head of the School of Arts, Associate Professor Michael Ondaatje. A historian well known for his work on African American history and politics.
Second and third year drama students showcased their talent and work of the past twelve weeks through an amazing play entitled 'The Cloud & Kokura'…
Page last updated: 2017-06-29
Short url: https://www.acu.edu.au/417657