Posts Tagged ‘Academic Freedom’
UQ retracts research paper
By Campus Review | 1st October, 2013 | Front page posts, News |
The institution finds no evidence that a related study was ever conducted. By Dallas Bastian A University of Queensland investigation is underway that has already resulted in the retraction of a paper by professor Bruce Murdoch that was published in More..
Casual staff and academic freedom
By Annette Blackwell | 20th February, 2012 | Analysis, Features, Management, News |
The growing use of contract and casual staff in higher education globally raises public interest issues, and a crucial one is academic freedom, says an international education expert. David Robinson, the associate executive director of the Canadian Association of University Teachers More..
ANU Burma fracas tests limits of academic freedom
By Annabel McGilvray | 31st October, 2011 | News |
Academic freedom, truth and the future for more than 140,000 Burmese refugees on the Thai-Burma border are at stake in a dispute that has divided the small but influential international coterie of Burmese experts. Accusations of bullying, suppression and sycophancy More..