WIL in Science: Leadership for WIL Final project report 2015 – 2016

John Rice, Elizabeth Johnston, Tina Acuna, Rowan Huia Brookes, Malcolm Campbell, Jo-Anne Chuck, Peter Meier, Susan Rowland, Peter Adams

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Abstract

WIL in Science: Leadership for WIL has successfully initiated a national movement to shift practice towards improved employability for science graduates. Conducted by the Australian Council of Deans of Science (ACDS) and funded by the Office of the Chief Scientist, the project has promoted sustainable work integrated learning (WIL) in science programs as a means to build graduate employability. This follows upon the 2015 ACER report Work Integrated Learning in STEM in Australian Universities, commissioned by the Office of the Chief Scientist, that showed higher education courses in the natural and physical sciences to have the least industry engagement among STEM disciplines.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherAustralian Council of Deans of Science
Commissioning bodyAustralian Council of Deans of Science (ACDS)
Number of pages52
Publication statusPublished - 2016

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Rice, J., Johnston, E., Acuna, T., Brookes, R. H., Campbell, M., Chuck, J-A., ... Adams, P. (2016). WIL in Science: Leadership for WIL Final project report 2015 – 2016. Australian Council of Deans of Science .
Rice, John ; Johnston, Elizabeth ; Acuna, Tina ; Brookes, Rowan Huia ; Campbell, Malcolm ; Chuck, Jo-Anne ; Meier, Peter ; Rowland, Susan ; Adams, Peter. / WIL in Science : Leadership for WIL Final project report 2015 – 2016. Australian Council of Deans of Science , 2016. 52 p.
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Rice, J, Johnston, E, Acuna, T, Brookes, RH, Campbell, M, Chuck, J-A, Meier, P, Rowland, S & Adams, P 2016, WIL in Science: Leadership for WIL Final project report 2015 – 2016. Australian Council of Deans of Science .

WIL in Science : Leadership for WIL Final project report 2015 – 2016. / Rice, John; Johnston, Elizabeth ; Acuna, Tina; Brookes, Rowan Huia; Campbell, Malcolm; Chuck, Jo-Anne; Meier, Peter; Rowland, Susan; Adams, Peter.

Australian Council of Deans of Science , 2016. 52 p.

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