Studium is a privately owned Australian company, helping students into employment
The team at Studium, headed by Stuart Scott (CEO) have spent the last 6 years developing a platform to better profile students to employers.
Studium is committed to changing lives and helping reduce the staggering 75% unemployment rate of students one year after graduation.
To do so, Studium has built strong connections with schools and institutions in Western Australia and in the forthcoming months will expand across Australia.
The key to success is solving business talent issues, such as lengthy recruitment processes, onboarding, retention and performance issues.
Studium provides employers insights to students, talent management and effective onboarding tools to make student employment a viable solution to growing their businesses.
Dawn Bennett is John Curtin Distinguished Professor of Higher Education and Director of the EmployABILITY and Creative Workforce Initiatives with Curtin University, Australia. She is acknowledged internationally as an expert on the development of graduate employability within higher education. A National Senior Australian Learning and Teaching Fellow and Principal Fellow of the Higher Education Academy in the UK, Dawn is an Adjunct Professor with Griffith and Monash Universities, a Visiting Fellow with the University of the Arts, Helsinki, and a Research Fellow with the Australian National Centre for Student Equity in Higher Education. Dawn has led or contributed to over AUD$6 million in research grants from which she has published over 220 academic articles and 10 books. She is currently editor-in-chief for two Routledge series in Higher Music Education. Publications appear at Researchgate.
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Professor David Gibson, is Curtin University’s Director of Learning Futures, Education Theme Leader of the Curtin Institute for Computation and the UNESCO Chair of Data Science in Higher Education Learning and Teaching. David’s research focuses on leadership and policy studies, games and simulations in education, learning analytics, complex systems analysis and the use of technology to personalize learning via cognitive modeling, design and implementation. He has over 90 publications on these topics. He is the creator of simSchool, a classroom flight simulator for preparing educators, and eFolio an online performance-based assessment system and provides vision and sponsorship for Curtin University’s Challenge, a mobile, game-based learning platform. He received his doctorate from the University of Vermont in 1999 based on a study of complex systems modeling of educational change.
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As CEO of Scitech, Kalien brings a wealth of strategy, transformation and operations experience to propel the implementation of the New Scitech Strategy, a bold plan to affect a positive STEM-enabled future for all Western Australians. An influential leader and collaborator, Kalien’s experience in developing big picture, progressive strategies and ability to shape executive teams to excel, brings a dynamic edge to the leadership of Scitech and culture of the organisation.
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