Stewardship at ACUNews 25 November
ACU is developing a Stewardship Strategy. Find out what staff and students told us about what stewardship means at ACU.
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ACU continues to drive improvements to the safety and wellbeing of our working and learning spaces across our campuses. The WHS Action Plan provides new ways for everyone to contribute to reducing injuries, strengthening wellbeing, and applying the Work Health and Safety Management System (WHSMS or framework).
There are other simple ways we can all help to drive improvements to safety and wellbeing, such as:
Senior managers and nominated supervisors are encouraged to speak with their teams and students about the WHSMS and how all members of the ACU community contribute to its success.
ACU Members of the Executive advocate for safety and wellbeing and supporting supervisors to engage their teams. They also ensure that significant WHS risk is identified and managed and decisions are guided by an assessment of safety considerations, and improvements to safe systems of work are informed by your feedback.
A message from the Provost Professor Belinda Tynan: One week until the launch of ACU Online.
From January 2022 all advertised recruitment will be available from the new ‘Request to Fill’ form in Staff Connect. See when to use the ‘Request to Fill’ form and its key features.
The Service Central phone and live chat services will be unavailable on Thursday 2 December between 1-5pm AEDT due to team professional development and team planning activities.
ACU Disability Service invite you to mark International Day of People with Disability by attending Australia’s first free online Universal Design for Learning (UDL) in tertiary education eLearning tra...
Banner was recently configured to provide the students commencing in four courses with an easier enrolment experience in Student Connect. This successful trial will now be a rolled out more widely in ...
The ‘Credit, Where Credit’s Due’ Project team has been awarded the 2021 Vice-Chancellor’s Medal for Excellence in recognition of their work to develop a ground-breaking framework to map military train...
Read the Academic Board Digest for the meeting of 17 November 2021.
Associate Vice-Chancellor (Victoria) Dr John Ballard will leave ACU on 30 November after nine and a half years of service.
A message from Executive Dean of Theology and Philosophy Professor Dermot Nestor: Laudato si’ provides stimulus for thought, and action.
A message from Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Ethics) Professor Hayden Ramsay: Explore our new ‘one-stop shop’ expertly curated search engine database: EthicsFinder.
ACU continues to drive improvements to the safety and wellbeing of our working and learning spaces across our campuses. The WHS Action Plan provides new ways for everyone to contribute.
The number of commencing students using the Vygo mentoring app in Semester 2 has increased consistently each week, and early feedback is positive.
Service Central phone and chat support will be available between 9am and 5pm AEDT until Friday 11 February 2022.
From early January 2022, all recruitment will move to Staff Connect. Find out what this will mean for you as a hiring manager.
Students have recently reported receiving a burdensome number of ACU emails and communicated that LEO notification emails are a significant contributor to this problem. To help alleviate this, we’re m...
A message from Interim Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Research and Enterprise) Professor James McLaren: ACU is committed to ensuring excellence across the research lifecycle.
Join a special showcase on ACU Online’s new Learning Management System on Tuesday 16 November at 11am.
Ongoing concerns with ACU's survey platform Qualtrics has caused ACU to reassess the relationship. As a result, ACU’s arrangement with Qualtrics will end in November 2022.
We're introducing our Alumni Awards 2021 winners and sharing how they’re making a difference in their communities across the world. View Shane and Malaika’s achievements.