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Mr Stephen Seymour

Mr Stephen Seymour
Name Stephen Seymour
Position Associate Director (Social Justice, Equity and Inclusion)
Section Student Success and Wellbeing
Office L211
Location Toowoomba Campus
Phone +61 7 4631 1891
Extension 1891
Email
Qualifications DipProjMgt WideBayTAFE , MSc London
Languages Lingala (non accredited translator)



Publications in ePrints

Hopkins, Susan and Ostini, Jenny and Seymour, Stephen and Farley, Helen (2015) Beyond violence, victimisation and the penal state: empowerment pathways for female incarcerated students. In: 2015 trans/forming feminisms: media, technology, identities, 23-25 Nov 2015, Dunedin, New Zealand.

Farley, Helen and Hopkins, Susan and Cox, Jacinta and Seymour, Stephen (2015) Crossing the cultural divide: overcoming inequities for NESB prisoners using digital technologies. In: Language, Culture and Technology in a Connected World Symposium (sLCT 2015), 01 June 2015, Toowoomba, Australia.

Farley, Helen and Lee, Christopher and Hopkins, Susan and Cox, Jacinta and Seymour, Stephen and Patching, Louise (2015) Keeping prisoners out of prison: the role of higher education in keeping Aboriginal Australians out of our prison system. In: 11th Reintegration Puzzle Conference 2015 (ICPA): Incarceration Alternatives, 05-07 Aug 2015, Brisbane, Australia.

Farley, Helen and Macdonald, John and Hopkins, Susan and Dove, Sharron and Abraham, Catherine and Cox, Jacinta and Seymour, Stephen and Lee, Chris and Patching, Louise (2015) Making the connection: allowing access to digital higher education in a correctional environment. In: 32nd Australasian Society for Computers in Learning in Tertiary Education Conference: Globally Connected, Digitally Enabled (ASCILITE 2015), 29 Nov-02 Dec 2015, Perth, Australia.

Farley, Helen and Dove, Sharron and Seymour, Stephen and Lee, Christopher and Macdonald, John and Abraham, Catherine and Hopkins, Susan and Patching, Louise and Cox, Jacinta and Bedford, Tasman (2015) Providing interactive higher education using digital technologies in Australian correctional centres. In: 12th Biennial Australasian Corrections Education Association Conference (ACEA) and the Correctional Industries Association of Australasia (CIAA) 2015: The Pen, the Hammer or the Mouse? What Works for Correctional Education and Training in the 21st Century, 22-24 Nov 2015, Hobart, Australia.