The LX.lab are seeking casual tutors and teaching academics to participate in two co-design workshops. These workshops are an integral component of the UTS Mental Health and Inclusive Education project. If this sounds like you, save the date for Friday 25 November and Monday 28 November and keep reading!

About the project

The project is contributing to the UTS Student Mental Health Strategy, using the UTS Inclusive Education Principles framework. The project aims to enhance inclusion, access and belonging for academics and students by developing best practices in the teaching and learning space, and its implementation

To find out more about what’s already been happening in this space check out LX.lab blog post Supporting mental wellbeing for students and staff.

About you

We’re looking for tutors and academics from a range of different faculties to represent the diversity of our learning and teaching community. If you’re passionate about inclusion and enhancing the wellbeing of the UTS community then we’d love to have you participate in these workshops.

Benefits for attending

  • Help to establish a sense of belonging and wellbeing within the UTS community.
  • Network with academics from faculties across the UTS community.
  • Developing mental health and inclusive education literacy.
  • Help us help you – learn ways to improve your teaching practice and find out more about future opportunities with the LX.lab.

How to register

Co-design workshops will run Friday 25 November and Monday 28 November from 9:30am to 12:30pm (3 hours each).

Please note there are limited spots available, so if you’re interested in participating or would like to find out further information, please contact Project Coordinator Renee Jones at

Please note for casual tutors this is a paid opportunity with ‘Other Academic Activity’ level renumeration ($51.35 per hour).

Expression of interest closes Friday 11 November 2022.

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