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Development

In conjunction with LI’s Research and Scholarship Committee, LEAD functions as the professional development arm of LI by organising workshops on disciple-specific topics, as well as innovations in higher education learning and teaching. There are opportunities for permanent academic staff to receive competitive grants to undertake further studies. In the 2022 Quality Indicators for Learning and Teaching (QILT) results, LI received a 99.3% rating for positive overall student experience and a 100% positive rating for skills development, well above the national average. This demonstrates LI’s outstanding track record in higher education learning and teaching.

Development

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Professor Denise Austin's most recent co-edited book, Interfaith Engagement Beyond the Divide: Approaches, Experiences, and Practices, was released in 2023: https://link.springer.com/book/10.1007/978-981-99-3862-9. This work arose out of an online interinstitutional conference that Professor Austin co-convened with State Islamic University in Indonesia. There were 155 attendees from across 16 countries: Australia, Botswana, China, Fiji, Finland, Egypt, Germany, Indonesia, Malaysia, Mongolia, Netherlands, New Zealand, Pakistan, Philippines, Thailand, and USA.

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We are pleased to announce that on 20 March 2024, Leaders Institute Postgraduate Program Director, Professor Harvinder Singh, achieved a patent in the United States of America: AUTOMATED GUIDED SCHEDULE AGRICULTURE SPRAYING MACHINE – (Publication Number: US 2024/0074341 A1)

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Congratulations to Associate Professor Anoma Ariyawardana who was guest speaker at an international conference on ‘Promoting Value Chain Improvements, Market Integration and Trade in Agribusiness Short Course (Sri Lanka)’ on 24 and 25 January 2023. This group photo taken after the awards ceremony with H.E. Paul Stephens, Australian Head of Mission, DEFAT representatives.

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