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UONnews 14h
Women, weight, social class and aging: beyond a metabolic approach to health. Don't miss this free public lecture:
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UONnews 15h
Free legal advice from the talented Legal Centre Team on our campus today.
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UONnews May 27
Thanks for following and joining in the conversation at our tonight. We'll be sharing Prof Penny Jane Burke's video soon.
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UONnews May 27
At UON has a range of projects and programs to improve equity in Read about them here:
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CEEHE May 27
CEEHE has the opportunity to learn from and build on the diverse communities of Newcastle and UON says Prof Burke
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UONnews May 27
we are very proud of this innovative Centre and are looking forward to the work that the team and Prof Burke will undertake.
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UONnews May 27
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UONnews May 27
UON is a model by setting up the Centre of Excellence for Equity in Education - to explicitly address inequities in
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UONnews May 27
it does doesn't it? A powerful, yet simple point.
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UONnews May 27
Strategies for moving forward with equity in : 1. We need to reflect deeply and powerfully on the notion of power.
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UONnews May 27
has a role to play in paying attention to gender and how it impacts both women and men.
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UONnews May 27
Stark difference between men and women's narratives for failure: women cite 'not good enough' whereas men say they're 'lazy'.
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UONengage May 27
Research reveals intense forms of anxiety by students even after receiving admission to out of fear to being shamed.
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UONnews May 27
This is why equity is vital in
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UONnews May 27
should be available to all who have the potential to benefit from university study, regardless of social background.
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UONnews May 27
Individual determination, potential and hard work is simply not enough. Access to higher ed requires mentors, high quality teaching and more
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UONnews May 27
Through the experience of navigating and helping others inspired Prof Burke to teach and do a masters program then PhD.
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UONnews May 27
Making a transition from an access program to an undergraduate program at university was difficult for Prof Penny Jane Burke.
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UONnews May 27
Higher education and schools have a responsibility to address the underlying problems with gender & sexuality that impact domestic violence.
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UONnews May 27
The personal is the political - this feminist motto helped Prof Penny Jane Burke speak up about domestic violence.
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