Johnathan Hewis - InspiRED Stories

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In his role as Associate Head of School, Johnathan has consistently demonstrated a strategic workforce capability with his exemplary leadership in supporting a positive, respectful and performance based culture that contributes to the success of School of Dentistry & Health Science & CSU. Johnathan is a mentor to new staff, smoothing the process into CSU and helping them to understand the academic environment. Johnathan has worked hard to establish a connectedness across the campuses for the School as well as being a first responder on the Port Macquarie campus. Johnathan also works to ensure that CSU and the School has a strong community presence within the Port Macquarie MRS community. Johnathan works to consistently transform his teaching and the learning of the students, enabling our graduates to become highly skilled and employable out in the workforce.

On behalf of CSU, Johnathan is a regular participant in the Royal Far West's Ride for Country Kids.  “Royal Far West’s Ride for Country Kids is an incredible challenge for anyone who has passion for cycling and a desire to give something back to country kids. Funds raised go directly to the work of Royal Far West caring for country children by providing specialist health services that are not accessible to many children living in rural and remote areas of Australia.”  The ride is 500km in total over three days!

Note from Johnathan:  

Royal Far West is a charity that provides support for children with health and developmental needs in rural and remote Australia.  Having a younger brother with autism and a background as a clinical radiographer, I feel connected to the goals and values of RFW.  It is a privilege to ride as part of team CSU to help raise essential funds for RFW.  In 2018, we went to the real Aussie outback riding from Lightening Ridge to Bourke and collectively the CSU riders raised over $23,500.   The challenges for those who live and work in rural Australia are significant but I left inspired by their passion, determination and sense of place.  Backing the ride up four days later by competing in IronMan Australia was my own personal challenge.

Period07 Sep 2018

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  • TitleJohnathan Hewis - InspiRED Stories
    Degree of recognitionRegional
    Media name/outletCharles Sturt University RED
    Media typeWeb
    CountryAustralia
    Date07/09/18
    DescriptionIn his role as Associate Head of School, Johnathan has consistently demonstrated a strategic workforce capability with his exemplary leadership in supporting a positive, respectful and performance based culture that contributes to the success of School of Dentistry & Health Science & CSU. Johnathan is a mentor to new staff, smoothing the process into CSU and helping them to understand the academic environment. Johnathan has worked hard to establish a connectedness across the campuses for the School as well as being a first responder on the Port Macquarie campus. Johnathan also works to ensure that CSU and the School has a strong community presence within the Port Macquarie MRS community. Johnathan works to consistently transform his teaching and the learning of the students, enabling our graduates to become highly skilled and employable out in the workforce. On behalf of CSU, Johnathan is a regular participant in the Royal Far West's Ride for Country Kids. “Royal Far West’s Ride for Country Kids is an incredible challenge for anyone who has passion for cycling and a desire to give something back to country kids. Funds raised go directly to the work of Royal Far West caring for country children by providing specialist health services that are not accessible to many children living in rural and remote areas of Australia.” The ride is 500km in total over three days! Note from Johnathan: Royal Far West is a charity that provides support for children with health and developmental needs in rural and remote Australia. Having a younger brother with autism and a background as a clinical radiographer, I feel connected to the goals and values of RFW. It is a privilege to ride as part of team CSU to help raise essential funds for RFW. In 2018, we went to the real Aussie outback riding from Lightening Ridge to Bourke and collectively the CSU riders raised over $23,500. The challenges for those who live and work in rural Australia are significant but I left inspired by their passion, determination and sense of place. Backing the ride up four days later by competing in IronMan Australia was my own personal challenge.
    Producer/AuthorHelen Crawford
    URLhttps://csu.rewardgateway.com.au/SmartPress/Article/6397/20180907_410298
    PersonsJohnathan Hewis