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CRLI student recieves stipend to study university-entrpreneurial collaboration

Congratulations to CRLI PhD student, Dwayne Ripley, who has received a Research Training Program (RTP) stipend for his studies. RTP's Stipend Scholarships are Commonwealth Government scholarships awarded to students of exceptional research potential to undertake a higher degree by research at an Australian university. Dwayne's proposal was focused on knowledge co-creation and learning models for university-entrpreneurial collaboration and his supervisor is Lina Markauskaite.

Dwayne comes from a background working in edtech startups. He recently finished his Masters dissertation in the Masters of Learning Sciences and Technology program, where he studied how learning sciences research gets applied in industry.r His research has been motivated by his personal experiences in edtech startups as well as a practical desire to help inform strategies for making research in the learning sciences accessible to a larger demographic.




Submitted byNatasha Arthars on Tue, 03/12/2019, 22:51

Congratulations Dwayne!

Submitted byLina (not verified) on Sun, 03/17/2019, 03:28

Congratulations Dwayne. So well deserved.

Submitted byAnonymous (not verified) on Tue, 03/26/2019, 21:34

Congratulations Dwayne. Well deserved and I look forward to your further research in this area.

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