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About this workshop

This session will showcase examples of UQ development activities in the Indo-Pacific and the opportunities and benefits available to academics, researchers and students to participate in future projects. There will also be discussions around the creation of ways for global communities to access UQ expertise and support available to foster inclusive growth. The discussion will include prospects for engaging students in development activities to support diversity and inclusion both within and outside of UQ.


  • Dr Paul Rogers, Sustainable Minerals Institute 
  • Rebecca McIntosh, UQ Business School
  • Akanksha Phukan, recent graduate, Master in Peace and Conflict Studies

Who should attend?

  • Course coordinators
  • Lecturers
  • Tutors
  • Students
  • Academic staff
  • Professional staff
  • Teaching support staff
  • Industry    

Benefits of attending

  • Increase awareness of global development opportunities available to UQ staff and students including the types of projects delivered and the breadth of countries impacted.
  • Understand the benefits of applying academic and research expertise to development programs.
  • Learn about the opportunities to incorporate student involvement in development projects to enrich teaching and learning activities.
  • Discuss the contribution of global development in fostering UQ values of inclusion and diversity.

About Teaching and Learning Week (T&L) 2021

1–5 November 2021. Celebrate inclusive teaching and learning practices designed to enhance student learning and facilitate a sense of belonging at UQ.

A copy of the program (PDF, 588 KB) is available for your records.

Video recordings and other resources are now available via the Past events resources page (UQ staff login required).

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Learning Innovation Building (17), St Lucia campus
202/202a + online (Zoom)