Panel Discussion

Universities have a crucial role in training the next generation of professionals engaged in education, health and social services in Australia and beyond, to think in creative and expansive ways to mediate social change.

Art Talk previously on at Ian Potter Museum of Art in Victoria, Australia.
From Thursday 22 October 2015 to Thursday 22 October 2015

Panel Discussion image

Published by Ian Potter Museum of Art on Wednesday 21 October 2015.
Contact the publisher.

What resources can universities exploit, particularly via a multi-disciplinary approach, to ensure that current tertiary students understand and benefit from the role of thinking in their own current learning, and their future roles?

The panel will be led by Dr Heather Gaunt, Curator of Academic Programs (Research) at the Ian Potter Museum of Art; panel members include Lena Gan, Program Director, Master of Ageing, Melbourne School of Population & Global Health; Prof Shaun Ewen, Foundation Director of the Melbourne Poche Centre for Indigenous Health in the Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry and Health Sciences; Dr Maurizio Toscano, Lecturer in Science Education, Melbourne Graduate School of Education; and Dr Chi Baik, Senior Lecturer in Higher Education, Melbourne Centre for the Study of Higher Education .

This event is part of Melbourne Knowledge Week 19 – 25 October 2015, proudly presented by the City of Melbourne.