UCA Value Proposition & Communications Plan for Colleges - document
UCA Respectful Relations Response & Resources - document
The Alcohol Harm Minimisation Practices of UCA Member Colleges - e-publication now online
UCA Graduate Residences Network - Report
Request: College life & student wellbeing research - take part in the project
UCA Forum Report
We were pleased to welcome over 60 members and associate members to our Sydney Forum last month. For those that were unable to attend, or those that may want a re-cap, please find a Forum Report including notes & distributed documents from the individual sessions here See also the Forum photo gallery here
UCA Initiatives & Research as referenced at the Forum
UCA Value Proposition & Communications Plan for Colleges
Adam Connelly, Apollo Communications, demonstrated the importance of succinctly communicating the college's value in a way their competitors cannot and provided Forum attendees with a Value Proposition & Communications Plan - see the document
UCA Respectful Relations Response & Resources
The UCA's Respectful Relations Response & Resources Advisory Group document, as presented at the Hobart Forum, was referenced in discussion with The Hon. Tanya Plibersek MP - see the document
The Alcohol Harm Minimisation Practices of UCA Member Colleges
This e-publication was referenced in Assoc. Prof. Tim Corney's address on Alcohol Harm Minimisation and Gendered Violence Prevention - see the document
UCA Graduate Residences Network
Dr Ian Walker referred to the Graduate Residences Network Report as part of his presentation - see the report
Request from Dr Hester Wilson:
Student wellbeing research - would you be interested in taking part?
Dear UCA members,
I am sending this follow up email to all those who attended the UCA forum in Sydney recently and attended the very brief talk I gave on the wellbeing research piloted at St Andrew’s College in Sydney. As discussed, this research indicated that engagement in college life was beneficial to student wellbeing. As a pilot study at one college the numbers are small and as a result I’m interested in potentially involving more colleges in this research to see if larger numbers of students from a number of colleges support the above finding. A number of people approached me after the talk to express interest in taking part (I’ll email you individually).
I wanted to put the word out there to everyone to see if there was any additional interest.