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Learning la vida loca

Imagine a subject where you select your assignment topics, how you present them and the questions on your final exam. For Contemporary Latin(o) Americas students, this dream is a reality.
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Communication postgraduate info eve

Find out how to upgrade your qualifications and career at the UTS: Communication Postgraduate Information Evening Wednesday 21 April 2015 at 6pm.
Penny Stannard is a UTS PhD candidate who has commissioned a new piece of music on behalf of the Kokoda Track Memorial Walkway. The piece, called Meeting the Sun, incorporates poetry written by ‘regular’ soldiers, as well as a tribute from the first president of the republic of Turkey.
Imagine a subject where you select your assignment topics, how you present them and the questions on your final exam. For Contemporary Latin(o) Americas students, this dream is a reality. What’s more, subject coordinator Jeffrey Browitt is being applauded, and awarded, for his approach.
The Faculty is pleased to welcome world-leading education scholar Ruth Deakin-Crick to the School of Education as Professor of Learning Analytics and Educational Leadership. This appointment coincides with the growing reputation of UTS as a leader in the field of data, and an increased interest by the education sector in learning analytics.
After overcoming years of anorexia and orthorexia nervosa (a fixation on eating only healthy or ‘pure’ foods), Media Arts and Production and International Studies student Thomas Grainger is using his experience to raise awareness of mental illness on a world stage.