Issue 16
Monday, 12 September 2016
Charles Darwin University

Experts on the Go

Australia and New Zealand Forensic Science Symposium
Who: Professor Martin Jarvis, Professor of Music
When: September 21
Where: Auckland
More: Professor Jarvis will present a paper in which he explains how forensic handwriting examination methods have been used to identify scribal authorship among Mozart family members in historical music manuscripts.
URL: International symposium

Changes and Challenges, Australian Colleges of Educators national conference
Who: Tracy Woodroffe, Lecturer in Indigenous Knowledges
When: September 26-27
Where: Sydney
More: Ms Woodroffe will present the paper “Creating the ideal classroom environment to ensure success for Indigenous students”.
URL: ACE National Conference

Society for the Provision of Education in Rural Australia / International Symposium for Innovation in Rural Education national conference
Who: James A. Smith, Associate Professor
When: September 28-30
Where: Mackay
More: Assoc Prof Smith will draw on various engagement processes and strategies that have been used in six remote Indigenous communities during the implementation phase of the Higher Education Participation and Partnership Program – Whole of Community Engagement (WCE) initiative.
URL: SPERA Conference