Future cities and urban challenges have long been part of the applied global research at Monash University In this clip, Monash experts from human geography, urban planning and design, social sciences, engineering and transport studies and software engineering talk about how future cities need to be designed for people and need to be cities for everyone. Be part of growing into an urban future Our search is now on for academic talent in urban design to join Monash Indonesia from 2021. Read on to learn more about how joining Monash Indonesia in the field of urban design will put academics…
Monash Indonesia is the next campus in the Monash University global network. Opening in 2021, we are now recruiting academic talent in the fields of business innovation, data science, public health innovation, public policy and urban design, as well as a dedicated team of enterprising professional staff. Contact us for more on how to join. Join BSD City locals Dr Ila Rosmilawati (Researcher, De Sailly Consulting) and Selvi Tanggara (Chief Representative, Monash Indonesia Representative Office) as they take our Indonesian Country Manager, Dr Santi Dharmaputra, on a tour of their hometown. Bumi Surpong Damai, commonly referred to as BSD City,…
Monash Indonesia is the next campus in the Monash University global network. Opening in 2021, we are now recruiting academic talent in the fields of business innovation, data science, public health innovation, public policy and urban design, as well as a dedicated team of enterprising professional staff. Contact my team for more on how to join. To learn more about how joining Monash Indonesia will put academics into an emerging tech ecosystem, with opportunities for applied research and education in all these fields and more, see below. By Rosalind De Sailly Indonesia’s economy To understand the booming tech scene in…
‘Regional universities are anchor institutions for which there is no substitute.’ Professor Todd Walker on how a university-led recovery could bolster regional economies hit by COVID-19. At the time of interview, Walker was Provost and Deputy Vice-Chancellor at the University of New England. He is Principal and Vice-Chancellor (Designate) at the University of Highlands and Islands (UHI). Navigating the New Normal with Professor Todd Walker from De Sailly Consulting on Vimeo.
‘Student well-being and safety needs to be embedded in strategy and curriculum’ – Dr Christie White on how COVID-19 drove sector learning regarding the student experience. Dr White is Executive Director (Student Success & Wellbeing) at the University of Southern Queensland. Navigating the New Normal with Dr Christie White from De Sailly Consulting on Vimeo.
How do you teach a class when 30% of your students are in different time zones? Dr Kevin House speaks with Rosalind about how the pandemic changed teaching and learning design. Dr House is the Director of the Institute for Learning and Research, Dulwich College International. Navigating the New Normal with Dr House, Director of Institute for Learning and Research, Dulwich College International from De Sailly Consulting on Vimeo.
Being able to work from country will benefit Indigenous staff and students who live away from their communities says Professor Susan Page, Associate Dean (Indigenous), UTS. Rosalind and Professor Page discuss changes in higher education that should be kept post-pandemic. Navigating the New Normal with Professor Susan Page, Dean (Indigenous), UTS from De Sailly Consulting on Vimeo.
Rosalind meets Rossie, Vice-Principal (Advancement) at Sydney University in our Navigating the New Normal series. Ogilvie discusses how donors are demonstrating the fundamental power of trust; that higher education is a vehicle for doing good.
‘Do you want to drive an hour just to get a prescription or check your symptoms? COVID has lessened restrictions on telehealth, giving more efficiencies and access to care’ says Professor Patricia Davidson. While this is a welcome innovation under COVID that should be kept up in the New Normal, at the same time, COVID has put a spotlight on healthcare disparities. ‘We have known for decades that your postcode contributes to your #health and well-being.’ Dean Davidson is Dean, The Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing, and in 2021 rejoins University of Wollongong as Vice-Chancellor.
Rosalind De Sailly speaks with Kim Tairi in our Navigating the New Normal leadership series (part 1). Kim talks about what has kept her going during lockdown, which kept her apart from her new grandchild: making and baking make Parāoa rewena 🍞 a traditional Māori potato bread. Kim is Kaitoha Puka | University Librarian, Auckland University of Technology Rosalind is Managing Director, De Sailly Search