Bronwyn Clarke Higher Education Research and Development Society of Australasia 2015

Bronwyn Clarke

Bronwyn is Programs Director in the School of Media and Communication at RMIT University. Bronwyn’s research areas in her PhD are: best practice models of selection for rural and LSES applicants, and building students’ professional identities from first year. In addition to her role as an Academic Team Leader for the Belonging Project, Bronwyn has been an Academic Team Leader for the LTIF project for First things First: Transition and Transformation of the student cohort experience (2013) and is a currently an academic member of the OLT project Developing Graduate Employability (2014-15). Bronwyn won a Learning and Teaching Award with the Belonging Project team members in 2013 and has had her teaching with Mr Terry Johal documented as best practice as part of RMIT University’s Peer Partnership Program. Through the educational design consultancy at RMIT she has engaged in embedding professionally relevant pedagogy through “real world” projects with industry. She has taught onshore and offshore for the past fifteen years within a Creative Industries program at RMIT.

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