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Luce de Builteir Andrews - The university of Western Sydney - Building a campus community
 

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Luce de Builteir Andrews delivered the presentation at 2014 Student Housing Forum. ...

Luce de Builteir Andrews delivered the presentation at 2014 Student Housing Forum.

The 5th annual Student Housing Forum brought together university planners and managers with designers and student accommodation experts to look at the ways in which universities can provide distinctive, affordable, secure, supportive and inclusive campus living. It examined the features that distinguish best practice, considers the challenges for supply and affordability and beyond that explores the ways in which student accommodation goes beyond a residence to an environment that offers the best campus experience.

For more information about the event, please visit: http://www.informa.com.au/studenthousing14

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    Luce de Builteir Andrews - The university of Western Sydney - Building a campus community Luce de Builteir Andrews - The university of Western Sydney - Building a campus community Presentation Transcript

    • Building Campus Communities Luce de Buitleir Andrews Developer & Program Manager
    • “We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act, but a habit”. Aristotle
    • Principles: 1. Deliberate community building within created environs 2. A community displays a shared ethos 3. Collective action leads to more cohesive change 4. Communities provide opportunities for connection, action, acknowledgement and reward Housing > Communities
    • Community Engagement Committed Supports/ Resources Purpose & Renewal Shared Basics: Organic or Constructed
    • Community Building Blocks Training/ Enculturation Governance Security Networking World View Members Communication Culture Financial Liability Administration / Business Processes Location Peer Leadership Virtualisation Capacity
    • Initial Motivation/ Issue Leadership Formal/Informal Visible/Invisible Group Identification Positive/Negative Member Identification In/Out/Open Community Engagement Sanctioned/Non • Social • Proximity • Institutional • Political • Cultural • Identity Feedback Unique & Cyclical Change Stage 1 WHY? Stage 3 WHAT? Stage 2 WHO? Promulgation & Growth
    • • Gathering point • Uncover similarities • Develop shared values • Develop shared ethos • Develop standards • Maintain standards • Act as a corpus Community Functions:
    • Initial Motivation/ Issue Social/Proximity Institutional Cultural /Identity • Happenstance • Laziness • Familiarity • Deeper sharing/joining • Drive selected change • Deliverables • Ongoing expectations • Building a network • Positive re-enforcement • Identity valuing
    • Leadership Formal / Informal Visible/ Invisible Organic/ Ordained • Hierarchy • Risk management • Locus of control • Within/External • Who must be seen? • Ligaments - stabilise • Tendons - move • Just in time-ism • Programmed • Resume building
    • Group Identity & Member Identification In Group Out Group Joining Vs Separating Professional Responsibility • John Turner’s work • F Scale • Social responsibility • Externalized focus • Exclusivity • Privilege • Inclusion • Relevance • Entrenched differences • Manipulated environs • Synergised futures
    • • Why engage? • What deliverables? • Guided or organic? • Outcome points? • Evaluations? • Cyclical development Activation
    • Community Engagement Deliberate Paradigm Shifting Enriching • Constructed for positive • Enables contribution • Activates increased #s • Social change • Issue spotlights • Feeds out to non- members • Novel experiences • Re-enforcing stoicism • Values openness
    • Outcomes & Feedback Unique Change Cyclical Change Promulgation • Impactful at local level • See ‘fruits of labour’ • Survivors of the change • Re-enforces futures • Supports stoicism • Encourages modernity • Building a network • Transferable expertise • Enriches campus
    • Community Ethos Via Aristole Phronesis: Practical wisdom Arete: Virtue Eunoia: Goodwill >, Beautiful thinking • Positive practical skills • Well developed process • Considered actions • Shared values • Agreed base beliefs • Seeking excellence • Product/deliverables • Open to others • Receptivity of others
    • • Transferability of models • Critical mass • Receptacle of interests • Resource base for novel events • Commercial Partnerships Outward Focus
    • Transferability Groups/Clubs Residential/ Colleges Campus • Operational knowledge • Technology • Widens participation • Social change • Students as activists • Communities of change • Differentiation • Re-invigoration • Silo rupturing • Positive joining • Recruitment
    • ResidentialCommunities Campus Enrichment Professional Skills Leader Cycles Cross Discipline Teams Cohort Specificity Targeted Issues Quantum CampusCommunities Operational Expertise
    • Building together... Day 1: Orientation & enculturation Flexibility Working across disciplines Inclusive culture - Q Shared experiences Working with faculty & alumni TRANSITION Building a safe culture - Q RETENTION
    • Schrödinger Superpositions (The Cat) Quantum decoherence
    • Your Leadership Skills Objectives Drivers • What do you need? • Do you embrace modernity? • How can you learn? • Who else needs to learn? • Highlight issues • Driver development • Differentiation • Retention • Boards/Exec/Families • Recognition • Social responsibility
    • First Steps - Do you: 1. Host Campus wide specific interest groups/clubs 2. Provide academic enrichment to non-residents 3. Share / Promote your spaces for non-resident or academic uses 4. Make your meal services available to non-residents 5. Use your resources to support campus entities 6. Lean in to all relevant committees 7. Attend the ‘serious’ ATAR /recruiting meetings 8. Are you acknowledged as a key retention driver by faculty/exec?
    • Questions? “I've learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.“ Maya Angelou
    • Connect with us… theacademy.edu.au facebook.com/theacademyuws @TheAcademyUWS luce.andrews@uws.edu.au