TEQSA Conference & HEQ Forum

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Students, Quality, Success

The 2017 TEQSA conference in conjunction with our Higher Education Quality Forum from 29 November to 1 December 2017 was an outstanding success with around 800 delegates attending across the three days.  

Publication of presentations

More than 150 speakers delivered keynote presentations, took part in panel discussions and hosted concurrent sessions. Just click on the title to view or download.

Publication of conference proceedings

Publication of full papers stemming from the concurrent sessions will be published on the Higher Ed Services website in early 2018.

Keynote Presentations

Students, Quality, Success: Sector Overview 2017 
Professor Nicholas Saunders AO, Chief Commissioner, TEQSA

Universities, hostility, engagement 
Professor Glyn Davis AC, Vice-Chancellor, The University of Melbourne

Student Partnerships for Quality 
Professor Marnie Hughes-Warrington, Deputy Vice-Chancellor, Academic, Australian National University 

Teaching Excellence and Student Outcomes Framework 
Ian Kimber, Director of Universities, Quality Enhancement and Standards, Quality Assurance Agency UK

Working with students for students: creating a culture of partnership towards enhancement 
Professor Sally Varnham, Professor of Law, University of Technology Sydney
Natasha Abrahams, General Secretary, Council of Australian Postgraduate Associations, Sadie Heckenberg, President, National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Postgraduate Association, Sophie Johnston, President, National Union of Students, Lauchlan Wyks, incoming President of the, University of Technology Sydney Student Association

Concurrent streamed session presentations

Over 50 presentations were delivered in concurrent sessions on Friday 1 December across the themes of Quality, Students, Success. Click on the stream or area of interest to view or download presentations.

Students | Quality  |  Success

For further information please contact Jacqui Elson-Green, Program Director, Higher Education Quality Network (HEQN) on 0417 086 691 or email jacqui@hes.edu.au.