Archive for September 9th, 2013
Federation University Australia one step closer to launch
By Dallas Bastian | 9th September, 2013 | Front page posts, Management, News, Top Stories |
The Victorian Parliament has passed legislation to see Ballarat University change its name and move towards expansion. By Dallas Bastian. Legislation has passed through the Victorian Parliament moving Ballarat University further towards its name change. “Federation University Australia – or More..
NTEU fears tuition hikes under Abbott
By Dallas Bastian | 9th September, 2013 | Finance, Front page posts, News, Top Stories |
Degrees will cost more under the Coalition, the National Tertiary Education Union warns. By Dallas Bastian. Jeannie Rea, president of the National Tertiary Education Union (NTEU), has warned that newly elected Prime Minister Tony Abbott would increase the cost of More..
All’s well for dream facility
By Leeza Boyce | 9th September, 2013 | Analysis, Finance, Front page posts, News, VET |
New Sunshine Coast health and well-being precinct ready to serve the region. By Leeza Boyce. All men dream: but not equally. Those who dream by night in the dusty recesses of their minds wake in the day to find that More..
The carer crisis looms
By Dr John Mitchell | 9th September, 2013 | Analysis, Front page posts, News, VET |
Is anything more important than refugee boats and the price of carbon? One CEO says yes – if you’re paying attention. By John Mitchell. With the federal election looming, the national media is consumed by a narrow range of issues, More..
People are still the key indicators
By Professor Celia Hammond | 9th September, 2013 | Front page posts, News |
Numbers, metrics and KPIs must never replace a university’s unique and vital mission. By Celia Hammond. I recently provided an update to The University of Notre Dame Australia community in which I highlighted some key milestones and achievements of the More..