Through the three projects at the heart of this fellowship students are explicitly recognised as consumers and co-creators of knowledge and their expertise on the student experience, curriculum, pedagogy and assessment practices is actively recruited. It is envisaged that the dynamic partnerships with students, created through each of the fellowship projects, will support reform and renewal of curriculum, pedagogy and assessment, resulting in enhanced teaching and learning, and the creation of a culture of shared responsibility.

This project is funded by UQ’s Institute for Teaching and Learning Innovation.


This is a collaborative study with:

Mischel Luong - The University of Queensland

Project members

Dr Eimear Enright

Senior Lecturer
School of Human Movement and Nutrition Sciences

Ms Sue Monsen

Associate Lecturer Level A
School of Human Movement and Nutrition Sciences