Title: Career Construction in the 21st Century: The interplay between future work and the perceived risks of going to university for young people from low socioeconomic backgrounds
Presenter: Associate Professor Maria Raciti
When: Monday 26 November from 9-10am
Where: Building E, 1.04
About: This research seminar is connected to A/Prof Raciti's 2018 National Centre for Student Equity in Higher Education (NCSEHE) Research Fellowship project.
The project aims to:
- Explore the types of perceived risks that people from low socioeconomic status (SES) backgrounds associate with the decision to go to university.
- Develop an evidence base about the role of perceived risks in participation decision making.
- Develop and test a model of the influence of perceived risks on the decision to go to university by people from low SES backgrounds.
- Seed new thinking and rethinking of widening participation in an era of increasing occupational uncertainty brought about by the Fourth Industrial Revolution.
Please be aware that you can attend this seminar via Zoom if you are unable to attend in person. Details on connecting via Zoom are provided below.
Presenter Bio: Associate Professor Maria Raciti (PFHEA) is the 2018 NCSEHE Research Fellow, co-leader of the USC Indigenous Studies Research Theme and co-leader of the USC Transcultural and Indigenous Pedagogies Research Group. Maria's academic pursuits centre on social justice and she uses social marketing and services marketing tools and techniques to bring about the greater good—being the active pursuit of equity, (e)quality of life and betterment.
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