1.Developing Graduate Qualities for the Bachelor of Health Science 
Louise Reynolds and Yvonne Parry from the School of Health Sciences outline a research-based approach to a program-wide process of implementing Graduate Qualities

The primary focus of this case study is on developing the Graduate Qualities across the curriculum within a number of degrees in one faculty. It discusses how to ensure a mapping exercise may be effective in ensuring all of the Graduate Qualities are addressed across the core topics of the programs.
2.  Teaching for Graduate Qualities in a topic in the Masters of Social Work Coursework Program 
Lorna Hallahan from the School of Social Work talks about graduate qualities as a bridge between profession, field and university.
This case study demonstrates how the Graduate Qualities map across professional programs and provide a bridge to support meeting the needs of a professional accreditation body.
3.  Graduate Qualities and Indigenous Education 
Simone Tur and Faye Blanch from Yunggorendi First Nations Centre for Higher Education and Research consider Graduate Qualities and Indigenous education.
 
This case study considers how the Graduate Qualities can be utilised to support Indigenous education practices across first, second and third year core topics and capstone topics.
4.  Graduate Qualities, Justice and Society 
Mary McKenna from Legal Studies, talks about Graduate Qualities and the development of a final year compulsory topic in the Bachelor of Justice and Society Degree, Legal Studies. 
This case study demonstrates how a capstone topic that includes a Work-Integrated Learning component may be developed to address all of the Graduate Qualities.
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Peer Assisted Support (PASS) and Graduate Qualities 
Karen Burke da Silva from the Faculty of Science and Engineering talks about examining the role of Peer Assisted Student Support (PASS) leaders in enhancing development of Graduate Qualities

This case study considers how the Graduate Qualities can be developed in senior year students through the use of Peer Assisted Student Support. It discusses how the Graduate Qualities may be embedded into the mentor training.

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Graduate Qualities and Library Assignment
Beth Prior and Miranda Morfey offer the following insights into the role the Library plays in the identification and articulation of Graduate Qualities.

The primary focus of this case study is on developing graduates who are knowledgeable; are able to apply their knowledge and who are able to work independently. The Library Assignment may be developed for use within any topic.

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Graduate Qualities and Careers Education
Verity Kingsmill from the Careers Employment Liaison Centre, talks about Graduate Qualities and ways of bringing university, graduates and employers together.

The primary focus of this case study is on making connections across boundaries through training, developing resources and involvement in curriculum devlelopment and implementation to help students understand the position of employability skills as a subset of Graduate Qualities.

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A walk on the beach: reflections on embedding Graduate Qualities in a Biotechnology program
Helena Ward from the School of Medicine talks about her experience of introducing graduate qualities to first year students.

The primary focus is on developing a series of activities to help students explore Graduate Qualities in the context of their degree and career options and opportunities in their chosen discipline.

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Building consensus for curriculum design
Lisa Schmidt talks about the Graduate Qualities in Medical, Environmental, Agricultural and Industrial Biotechnology.

The primary focus is on the process used to develop a consolidated interpretation of Graduate Qualities in the context of Biotechnology that informed detailed curriculum design and development.