2022 Grant outcomes

We received a number of high-quality project applications and would like to thank all universities who applied for the Collaboration and Innovation Fund.

After the assessment process detailed in the application information, the following projects were selected for funding in round 2.

Title Lead university Partners Funding
Start @ Uni: Equity-focused student and staff toolkits University of New South Wales University of Sydney $350,000
Addressing the academic skills gap between high school and university among students from regional and remote areas, those who are culturally and linguistically diverse, and those who have a migrant/refugee background.
UNE Academy University of New England Dhiiyan Centre, six NSW public schools $402,802
Implementing a place-based, innovative education strategy to prepare First Nation learners for higher education.
Collaborative Teacher's Aide Pathway Charles Sturt University TAFE NSW, Regional Development Australia (RDA), Orana, NSW public schools $500,000
Delivering a teaching degree to upskill teachers’ aides who are currently employed in NSW schools and aspire to be teachers.
UTS Startup@Schools University of Technology Sydney University of Newcastle $500,000
Encouraging Year 9 and 10 students across NSW to pursue technology-enabled entrepreneurship.
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