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The UNSW Touch Club is "Roaring Success"! The Club has built a formidable record at an intervarsity level and has established a strong social competition held at the David Phillips Fields. Since its inception, the UNSW Touch Club has developed a dynamic a...
Dr Ann Jardine Director, Student Equity and Disabilities Unit, ASPIRE Project Director
Jardine, A. (2005).
How student services can influence the factors that relate to student persistence Journal of the Australian and New Zealand Student Services Association, 26, 20-32.
Jardine, A., & Krause, K.L. (2005, April).
Jardine, A. & Cooper, J. (2008, June).
What do universities mean by the 'student experience'Roundtable presentation at 21st International Conference on the First Year Experience.
Jardine, A. (2011, April).
Indicators of persistence and their influence on the first year experience of university students from low socio-economic backgrounds.Poster presented at the Widening Participation Conference. 'Discourses of Inclusion', Northampton, UK
Other invited presentations
Jardine, A (2009, December). 'Low socio-economic status: How it is measured and implications for the sector'.
Paper presented at the EOPHEA conference 'Excellence for all.
Social inclusion in higher education', Sydney, Australia
Jardine, A. (2010, May).
The ASPIRE program.
Seminar presentation to Aimhigher Northern region, Open University, Manchester, UK
Jardine, A. (2010, October). 'Widening participation within Higher Education: What can we learn from the UK experience?' Presentation to the Council of Australian Directors of Academic Development
Jardine, A. (2012, May) Evaluation of the ASPIRE program.Seminar presentation to the Aimhigher Research Network, Manchester Metropolitan University, UK
Jardine, A. (2012, September) 'Global education; An equity practitioner's perspective'.
Spotlight session at Assessing for Inclusivity: A Global education at UNSW.
UNSW Learning and Teaching Forum