Month: August 2022
Researching best practice to prevent workplace sexual harassment
Every day, practitioners encounter similar problems across the University and research sector. Alicia Pearce asks: what if we could harness the collective knowledge of practitioners to inform research-based solutions?
SAGE subscribers on the front foot of tackling gender inequity
On the occasion of Equal Pay Day, SAGE highlights why organisations must not lose sight of gender equity, and how SAGE subscribers continue to put this issue front and centre, despite challenging circumstances.
Introduction to ethical data collection
In the second session of the Intersectionality Series, we outline some guiding principles for the types of data we collect and how.
Adding pronouns and pronunciation to Faculty staff listings
The University of Wollongong shares its proof-of-concept initiative of adding pronouns and pronunciation to staff listings on the Faculty of Business and Law’s website.
Edith Cowan University achieves their first Cygnet Award
Their application—which reports on their actions, outcomes and impact in improving access to flexible work—is now publicly available on the SAGE website.
Cygnet Award application (flexible work) – Edith Cowan University
Read Edith Cowan University’s first Cygnet Award application, which focuses on improving access to flexible working arrangements.
Cygnet Reviewer Training – Deep Dive – Further Information Requests
In this training video, we’ll take a deep dive into making further information requests in the SAGE Cygnet Award assessment process.
Addressing workplace sexual harassment in the Australian university sector
How developed are the strategies used by Australian universities to tackle workplace sexual harassment? Let’s examine their Athena Swan applications to find out.
Cygnet Reviewer Training – Deep Dive – Assessment Criteria
In this training video, we’ll take a deep dive into the Assessment criteria for the SAGE Cygnet Award.
A sustainable program to support early academic careers
Learn about Curtin University’s program to fast-track the careers of junior academics through mentorship, peer networking and executive support.
Challenges and strategies from the perspective of a culturally diverse staff network
The Mosaic network aims to increase the visibility and inclusion of culturally and linguistically diverse staff at the University of Sydney.