About Madelaine Marie Judd
Madelaine-Marie Judd is the Student Partners Adviser at The University of Queensland, co-leading the large-scale implementation of Student-Staff Partnership Projects (https://employability.uq.edu.au/ssp-projects). Prior to this position, Madelaine-Marie served as the Project Manager of an institutional-wide Graduate Attributes Project at Griffith University. As part of this role, Madelaine-Marie led a multi-disciplinary team in creating www.griffith.edu.au/the-griffith-graduate
Madelaine-Marie has also served as Research Project Manager on four national Australian Government Office for Learning and Teaching research grants on graduate employability and student evaluation. It was during this role that Madelaine-Marie was invited to attend the G20 Leaders Summit (Brisbane); G20 Pre-Summit (Brisbane); and the G20 Young Entrepreneurs Alliance Summit (Sydney).
|May 2018 - Present||Student Partners Program Adviser, The University of Queensland, Australia|
|November 2017 - April 2018||Workplace Learning Coordinator and Project Officer, University of Southern Queensland ‐ Scholarly Information and Learning Services|
|November 2016 - November 2017||Project Manager (Graduate Capabilities/Attributes), Griffith University ‐ Learning Futures|
|May 2014 - October 2016||Research Project Manager, Bond University ‐ Office of Learning and Teaching|
Graduate Employability, Postgraduate Student Experience, Cultural Competency, Cultural Humility, Graduate Attributes, University Strategy, and StudentsasPartners
Honors and Awards
- Summer Research Scholar
|BA Hons, The University of Queensland, Australia ‐ School of International Relations and Political Science|
What students and graduates need to know about graduate employability ...
Higher Education Research and Development Society of Australasia Conference (2015)
Based on 2013 data, Graduate Careers Australia reported that graduate employability rates are the lowest they have been in twenty ...
Research Report (6)
Reports are published by the Australian Government Office for Learning and Teaching.