The 2019 round of the SEIF (Scientia Education Investment Funding Scheme) grants have been announced.
These competitive grants highlight the serious commitment that UNSW invests in educational excellence by supporting school and faculty-initiated projects and initiatives aimed at enhancing the overall student experience and their educational outcomes. These grants are strategically aligned with the 2025 Strategy and their outcomes will enhance the educational experience of our students.
Congratulations to the 2019 recipients who were awarded these grants:
|Faculty||SEIF #||Project Leader||Project Title|
|Art & Design||1||A/Prof Tomasz Bednarz, A/Prof Simon McIntyre||Creative short courses for future focussed industries – Computer Graphics, Interactive Techniques, Simulation, and Social Robotics|
|Arts & Social Sciences||1||A/Prof Mira Kim||Elevating the Scalability, Availability and Sustainability of Personalised English Language Enhancement (PELE)|
|Science||1||A/Prof. Janelle Wheat||Science Continuing Education and Lifelong Learning Project|
|Engineering||1||David Kellermann||An analytics-driven Tailored Learning Platform for STEM modules|
|Law||1||Sharmaine Gewohn||CPD Direct - Legal Content Delivered Monthly|
|Business||2||Prof Michael Walpole||eBooks the Next Frontier: Enhancing and advancing the delivery and online learning platform for the Master of Taxation|
|Built Environment||2||Prof Chris Pettit||Developing new GIS micro-credentials courses to support the planning and design of rapidly urbanising cities|
|Business||2||Dr Louise Fitzgerald||Ethics for Finance: Online self-access learning resources to address building-block concepts|
|Science||2||Dr. Scott Sulway||Bridging the Gap in Science between High School and Undergraduate Education|
|Law||2||Olivia Williams||The Design of an Innovative, Industry-Led Legal Practice Management Course|
For more information, visit the Grants for Learning and Teaching page.