2013 Projects

2013 Widening Participation Grants awarded

The Social Inclusion Unit is pleased to announce the successful applicants for the Widening Participation Grants 2013. Grants were awarded in the following categories:

  1. Flagship projects
    These grants support faculties or divisions to engage in partnership activities with schools or communities aimed at widening participation.
  2. Implementation grants
    These grants support implementation and integration of inclusive teaching strategies into curricula and teaching, especially in first-year units.

All Widening Participation Grants applicants have received an invitation to join the Widening Participation Network. The Network provides support for the professional development and collaborative learning of the project teams, and supports the development and implementation of Widening Participation projects.

All interested staff from the University are welcome to become members of the Widening Participation Network. For information about meetings and agendas please contact Amani Bell or Mary Teague.

$50,000 Flagship Projects

Title of application Faculty/Division Project leader/contact
Inclusive teaching for university success: building capacity in health literacy and intercultural understanding between students and academics Faculty of Health Sciences Debra Shirley
Developing Creative Arts career pathways through tertiary study Division of Architecture and Creative Arts Jennifer Rowley
A Home at University: Residential Colleges and Student Access Saint Pauls College and Womens College Alan Atkinson

$20,000 Implementation Projects

Title of application Faculty/Division Project leader/contact
Kickstart on the Road 2014 Division of Natural Sciences Tom Gordon
Undergraduate Study Hall: Division of Humanities and Social Sciences Faculty of Arts Jennifer Barrett
The Belong@FHS Journey: Peer Mentoring Across the Undergraduate Lifecycle Faculty of Health Sciences Sarah Lewis
Building Sustainable Rural Engagement in Literature Faculty of Arts Huw Griffiths
Social Inclusion in History Faculty of Arts Michael McDonnell
Bridging Sociocultural Incongruity in the Undergraduate Education Curriculum (BIEC) Faculty of Education and Social Work Marie Stevenson
Increasing Engagement with Secondary School Students and Teachers in Mathematics and Science Division of Natural Sciences Vanda Northwood and Jessica Morris