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Natasha Shaw
Queensland University of Technology
Australia

Natasha Shaw is the Coordinator- Students as Partners at QUT. Her background is is community cultural development and education. She is particularly interested in pedagogies that facilitate transformational learning.

Caroline Rueckert
Queensland University of Technology
Australia

Caroline Rueckert is Director, Student Success at QUT. Prior to commencing at QUT, Caroline was Program Director for First Year Student Initiatives at the University of British Columbia in Canada. Her interests are in building partnerships to enhance employability, student learning, cross-cultural issues in higher education, and facilitating student resilience and well-being through coordinated approaches to learner support. 

Judith Smith
Queensland University of Technology

Judith Smith as Associate Director, Academic - Real World Learning at QUT is responsible for providing university-wide leadership to curriculum transformation and real world learning in strategy, policy, curriculum design and pedagogy. Judith is also a Board member of Australian Collaborative Education Network and chair of their Research Subcommittee.  

Jennifer Tredinnick
Queensland University of Technology
Australia

Jennifer Tredinnick is Coordinator- Volunteer Development and Management at QUT. Jennifer is experienced in supporting partnerships in both the UK and Australia in community, school and university contexts. Particularly, Jennifer is interested in the participatory and collaborative inquiry processes that underpin successful partnerships.

Maddison Lee
Queensland University of Technology
Australia

Maddison Lee is a 4th Year Law and Justice Student who  has recently joined the Student Success and Retention team to develop resources for QUTs SaP initiative. Maddi has previously worked in student engagement and mentoring and is passionate about developing a new culture that encourages students to take advantage of opportunities in shaping their own learning environment.