With acknowledgements to PostSecret. In the first week of tutorials students in some tutorials for ATS1369 were asked to make a postcard (anonymous) for the ‘PostSecret @ DoTS’ project. Students were asked to chose from one of two topics: what I am most excited about now that I’m at university OR what freaks me out [...]
2012 winner, Award for Programs that Enhance Learning – widening participation - Australian Awards for University Teaching. At the recent 2012 Australian Awards for University Teaching the Diploma of Tertiary Studies was a winner! We won an Award for Programs that Enhance Learning in the category of Widening Participation. The awards are run by the Office for Learning and Teaching (OLT), [...]
Mia Treacey Review of Hollywood Speaks Out: Pictures that Dared to Protest Real World Issues Robert L. Hilliard, Historical Journal of Film, Radio and Television, March, 2011, Vol.31(1), p.137(139) Mia Treacey, ‘Bastard Boys: Bastard History or Brilliant Drama?’, Metro – film, television, radio, multimedia, No. 156, 2008, pp. 140 – 146 . Mark Peel, Stephen Powell, Mia Treacey, ‘Student Perspectives [...]
Research interests Mia’s research focuses on the field of tertiary level education, pathways, and transition. Additionally she researches in a number of areas connected with cultural history, particularly the interdisciplinary field of history and film. Current research projects Mia is currently working with the DoTS team and other SAMSS staff on a number of research [...]
Mia teaches and researches in the field of tertiary level education, pathways, and transition. Her other field of research is in cultural history, specialising in film history. Mia is part of the team that teaches the Diploma of Tertiary Studies (DoTS) on the Berwick, Peninsula and Gippsland campuses.
Mia completed her BA at Monash in 1998 majoring in History and English, and did her BA(Hon) in History in 1999 . In 2000-2001 she completed a Master of Arts specialising in Public History. Mia worked as a Coursework and Policy Officer in the Faculty of Arts administrative area for 5 years from 2001 until [...]