Below are some of the speaker presentations from the 2016 conference. For more information, see the conference program.
Professor John Germov, University of NewcastleBeyond "Two Cultures"; ASSH Engagement with the Innovation and Impact Agenda
Plenary One - Engaging with Business
Professor Stuart Cunningham, Queensland University of Technology/Chair, Expert Working Group, ACOLASkills and Capabilities for Australian Enterprise Innovation Securing Australia's Future - Project 10
Professor Richard Shaw, Massey UniversityEngaging with employers/Supping with the devil
Plenary Two - Promoting Arts Degrees in an Era of Engagement
Professor Mark Considine, The University of MelbourneBachelor of Arts and Engagement
Professor Robert Greenberg, The University of AucklandPromoting Arts Degrees in an Era of Engagement
Plenary Three - Guest Speaker
Senator the Honourable Kim Carr, Shadow Minister for Innovation and ResearchIn Defence of Basic Research
Plenary Four - Collaborating in Research for Impact
Professor Alan McKee, University of Technology SydneyCollaborating in Research for Impact
Plenary Five - Collaborating with Community
Professor Adam Shoemaker, Southern Cross UniversityCommunities of Praxis
Professor Martina Mollering, Macquarie UniversityEngagement with Community
Breakout session 2A - Educational Equity and Outreach
Professor Denise Kirkpatrick, Western Sydney UniversityEducational Equity and Outreach
Breakout session 3A - Developments in the BA - Standards and Substance
Associate Professor Shelley Kinash, Bond UniversityDevelopments in the BA: Standards and Substance - An employability perspective
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The 2019 DASSH conference and AGM will be hosted by ACU in Sydney, on 25-27 September. Registrations will open mid-year.
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