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Deakin University invites you to visit our Nursing and Midwifery School to hear about our innovative postgraduate degrees at an information session on 9 September 2014.
BURWOOD CAMPUS, 221 BURWOOD HIGHWAY, BURWOOD
Building BC, Level 2
Tuesday 9 September 5–6.30 pm
A short presentation will begin at 5.15 pm after light refreshments. There will be an opportunity to move to breakout rooms with course leaders to discuss specific courses and answer your questions.
We welcome prospective students, clinical educators associated with our programs or enquiring about potential collaborations, and current students (undergraduate and postgraduate) exploring further study opportunities.
To register your attendance at the information session, please email
email@example.com. If possible, an indication of which course interests you would assist us to plan an event that meets your needs.
For more information call 9244 6032.
Rhiannan Frusher, a first year Bachelor of Nursing student at Deakin's Warrnambool Campus, and Natalie Dowling, a first year Bachelor of Vision Science/Master of Optometry student at the Geelong Waurn Ponds Campus, have both been awarded the ‘Give Them Wings’ health scholarship for 2014. Both students are members of Deakin's Rural Health Club - NOMAD
‘Give Them Wings’ is a partnership between the Royal Flying Doctor Service Victoria and Rural Health Workforce Australia. The scholarships are awarded to rural and regional students in their first year of study and are valued at $2500 to put towards university living expenses. Award recipients also gain a Royal Flying Doctor experience.
A big congratulation to Rhiannon and Natalie who were two of the four recipients to receive the scholarship.
For more information on the 'Give Them Wings' scholarship recipients head to the RFDS website
A huge congratulations goes to Professor Ester Cerin from the School of Exercise and Nutrition Sciences and the Centre for Physical Activity and Nutrition Research (C-PAN) on being awarded an ARC Future Fellowship.
This prestigious and highly sought-after Fellowship will provide four years of funding to Professor Cerin to investigate how community designs shape the physical activity of those in mid-to-late adulthood. The project aims to inform public policy and aid activity-friendly design by identifying the optimal mix of spatial distribution of destinations for active ageing, while taking into account factors that define one’s ability and willingness to visit these destinations.
Deakin’s success rate of 33.3% in this round of ARC funding was well above the national average of 18% and was the highest success rate of any Victorian University.