Launch Date: 1pm, Wednesday, 15 March at Whitlam Library, Parramatta South campus. Exhibition runs 15 – 24 March.
Are you ready to stand out from the crowd as a graduate? The Whitlam Library at Parramatta South campus is proud to be hosting an exciting exhibition called Curriculum Reimagined, in collaboration with the Student-Staff Partnership team at Western.
This exhibition showcases new transdisciplinary curriculum that will help you stand out as a graduate. It's an excellent opportunity for you to learn about the “Challenge Minors” and “Curiosity Pods” and how you can design your degree to develop skills that are highly valued by employers in an uncertain future of work and society.
Don't miss this opportunity to discover how you can transform your degree and stand out as a graduate.
The Challenge Minors are unique, in that they are made up of subjects from different schools of discipline (science, humanities, business etc). This means you can choose a minor in an area that complements your degree or explore something completely new. This program is transdisciplinary, so you'll have the opportunity to work with peers from different disciplines and collaborate on projects that require a broad range of skills and disciplinary knowledges.
Meet the Makers on Wednesday afternoon for the exhibition launch, or chat with a student peer from the Student-Staff Partnership team to discuss the exhibition and Challenge Minors program. View the times when the Student team will be available to discuss the exhibition and Challenge Minors with you on the Western Life event page.
Don't miss out on this fantastic opportunity to take your degree to the next level and stand out from the crowd as a graduate. We look forward to seeing you at the exhibition!
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