Number 16 - 14 May 2004
Student and Administrative Services Weekly
ITEMS STILL CURRENT (62)
New staff appointments (15-04, 56)
Carole Tate will be commencing work as Senior
Administrative Officer (Policy) on
Andrea Martin will be replacing Linda Mclean, Administration Assistant,
Student and Administrative Services Division, up until
Semester 2, 2004 timetable (15-04, 57)
draft timetable is now available for staff to view via mySI-net. Staff will be required to log on to mySI-net, then from the menu bar select 'General Info'
and 'Timetable Preview'. Requests for
changes must be finalised by
Erickson - email@example.com
(changes to the
Southey - firstname.lastname@example.org
(changes to the Gatton and
The timetable will be
available for students to view on
BEL hecs-based postgraduate scholarships (15-04, 58)
The Faculty of Business Economics & Law offers HECS-based Postgraduate Scholarships in each semester to members of the general staff who have been in a full-time continuing appointment/s within the University for a period of at least two years and who gain admission to a postgraduate coursework program within the Faculty. Applicants must apply separately for admission to the relevant program.
Applications for a Scholarship with a Semester 2, 2004
start should be submitted to the BEL HECS Scholarship Officer by
The general staff self development prize 2004 (15- 04, 59)
The General Staff Self Development Prize is available to a member of the general staff with a period of service totalling at least 3 years who, in the opinion of the President of the General Staff Association has demonstrated the most outstanding achievement in self-development, whether of an academic or non-academic nature.
The value of the prize for 2004 is $150.
Eligible members of the general staff are invited to apply for the prize, by forwarding appropriate details in writing to:
Ms Kay Whitfield
Secretary, General Staff Association
Please mark the envelope “PERSONAL AND CONFIDENTIAL”.
Applications must be received no
Handbook of university policies and procedures (15-04, 60)
The policy has been amended to incorporate new procedures for the reporting to the Department of Immigration and Indigenous Affairs of incidents of a critical nature affecting international students.
Higher education reforms in 2005 (Nelson Reforms) (13-04, 53)
The passage of the Higher Education Supply Act in late 2004 will result in significant change in all Australian Universities over the coming year.
An important part of the project will be keeping members of the University community, both staff and students, informed of progress and you can expect to hear more about the reforms over the coming months via a number of avenues including open forums for staff, web newsletters, items in SASD Weekly and UQ Staff Update, FAQs for students etc.
Information on the Nelson Reforms can be obtained on the following web sites:
Awards For Excellence In Teaching (10-04, 40)
Nominations are now being invited for the 2004 Awards for Excellence in Teaching.
Information regarding these awards may be obtained from the web at http://www.uq.edu.au/teaching_learning Teaching Excellence/Selection Process 2004
or by contacting
Nominations, completed on the appropriate form, should be submitted by
Awards For The Enhancement Of Student Learning (10-04, 41)
The Awards for the Enhancement of Student Learning were established in
2001 by the Academic Board to recognise and promote excellence in the
provision of service that support student learning. Information concerning eligibility, the
selection criteria and procedure, and preparation of applications can be
found in the award guidelines, copies of which are also available on the web
at: http://www.uq.edu.au/teaching_learning Teaching Excellence/Selection Process 2004
or by contacting
Applicants are required to submit the completed application form with
appropriate endorsement and a two-page synopsis of the nominated project by
The John Fox Memorial Bursary 2004 (7-04, 29)
Applications are invited for the 2004 Bursary which is valued at $550. It is expected that this will be the last occasion on which this Bursary is awarded as the funds from the trust will then have been exhausted.
Application forms are available from: The Student Centre, Level 1, JD Story Building.
The Thomas Morrow Prize 2004 (4-04, 19)
For further information, contact the Faculty of Biological and Chemical Sciences or the Faculty of Engineering, Physical Sciences and Architecture.
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