Mr Luce Andrews

Mr Luce Andrews

Lecturer Academy,
Office of the PVC, Engagement & Advancement

Biography

Co-convener:  The ALLY Network supporting supporting GLBTIQA students and staff

Principal Advisor: Golden Key International Honours Society, Western Sydney University Chapter

 

Luce brings many years of experience as an educator to his current role of Director of the Academy at the Western Sydney University. He has previously held several roles including Head of tertiary residential communities,leader of education programs and Director of Residential and Campus Communities at the Australian National University.

Luce has a passion for education as a vehicle for positive life and societal change. He has worked in Australia for twenty years, both professionally and as a community advocate, supporting the development and enrichment of many student and minority communities. He developed and refined the world's first non-residential Virtual Collegiate Community and has taught across several program areas including critical thinking, innovation and creativity, leadership, diversity and equity, human communications and sexuality.  Luce is also co-convener of the University's ALLY Network which works to support and advocate for GLBTIQA staff and students.  Over the previous 17 years Luce has developed, convened and delivered institution wide programs focusing on the appreciation of diversity within both adult learning environs and the wider community.

His current research interests include: the student leadership paradigm, the development of Citizen Scholars,   the impacts of community-engaged service learning and the disruption of traditional teaching and learning pedagogies via adaptive and unitised learning strategies.

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Qualifications

  • GDipAppPsych University of Canberra
  • BA University of Western Sydney, Macarthur

Professional Memberships

  • Australasian Association for Philosophy (2017 - 2020)

Organisational Unit (School / Division)

  • Office of the PVC, Engagement & Advancement

Contact

Email: Luce.Andrews@westernsydney.edu.au
Phone: (02) 9678 7062
Mobile: 0418398738
Location: AD.LG.31
Penrith (Werrington North)

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Teaching

Previous Teaching Areas

  • 102211 Creativity, Innovation and Design Thinking, 2015
  • 102211 Creativity, Innovation and Design Thinking, 2016
  • 102212 Internship and Community Engagement, 2015
  • 102212 Internship and Community Engagement, 2016
  • 102212 Internship and Community Engagement, 2017
  • 200855 Leadership in a Complex World, 2015
  • 200855 Leadership in a Complex World, 2016
  • 200855 Leadership in a Complex World, 2017
  • 301069 Research Stories, 2017
  • 301070 Logic, Rhetoric and Argumentation, 2015
  • 301070 Logic, Rhetoric and Argumentation, 2016
  • 301071 Introduction to Critical Thinking, 2017
  • 301072 Innovation Lab, 2017

H11424 Developing Citizen Scholars: Education, Engagement and Activation

This study  examines the relationships between student expectations, their holistic educational experiences and performance, their levels of engagement and their levels of activation within the university environment. The study explores curricular and co-curricular experiences. For our study we are defining:· `Curricular' as activities relating directly to academic studies, and· `Co-curricular' as programs, experiences and activities that compliment  academic studies. Study outcomes will be framed within the concept of the development of the Citizen Scholar. A Citizen Scholar is an individual who aspires to both scholarship and being an active engaged citizen.

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