Innovations in Criminology Teaching and Learning Workshop
The study of criminology within higher education has grown significantly in recent times, producing large numbers of graduates. Australian criminology students have varied career trajectories which include government organisation, private companies, non-governmental organisations/third sector employers and academia.
However, how are Criminology teaching staff tackling increased student numbers, varied career trajectories of graduates and different expectations of students? Are we are providing graduates with the skills to tackle the most pressing criminological issues?Are students still engaged in class? Can we utilise new technologies in our teaching? This workshop aims to bring together a variety of Criminology scholars for a workshop to discuss the latest innovations in teaching Criminology. The workshop will involve short presentations or current teaching and learning research and an opportunity for feedback, questions and collaboration. The event will result in an edited collection addressing innovations in teaching and learning in Australia.
Postgraduates and Early Career Researchers will be particularly encouraged to contribute to the workshop. Where possible, more experienced scholars will be matched up with PGs/ECRs to collaborate and advise on possible chapters for the edited collection.
Swinburne University of Technology
9 October 2019
Contact person: Kate.Burns@monash.edu
Human Trafficking and Forced Marriage in South Australia Forum
This one-day forum offers an opportunity for addressing knowledge and experience on human trafficking and modern-day slavery in South Australia (SA) with particular emphasis on forced marriage.
The event is organised by Flinders University with the help of Red Cross and Australian Catholic Religious Against Trafficking in Humans (ACRATH).
This will be the first ever event in this field organised in Adelaide that is open to a diverse cohort of participants.
Flinders University, South Australia
12 September 2019
Contact person: Marinella.Marmo@flinders.edu.au
This event will be held during the Social Sciences Week, 9-15 September 2019.
Rural Crime in Australia
Dr Alistair Harkness will present a key-note address on his work on rural crime in the Australian context. Followed by an industry focused talk given by Inspector Cameron Whiteside, co-ordinator of the NSW Rural Crime Police Force. A community representative (to be determined) will conclude the discussion,
University of New England/Centre for Rural Criminology
This event will be held during the Social Sciences Week, 9-15 September 2019. More details to follow soon.
2019 ANZSOC Conference
Tuesday 10 – Friday 13 December 2019
PERTH CONVENTION AND EXHIBITION CENTRE