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UQ to strengthen ethics and accountability

The University of Queensland says it will make public a report on ethical reforms it is undertaking to redeem its credibility in the wake of last year’s nepotism scandal. Acting vice-chancellor Professor Deborah Terry told Campus Review the report, to be completed by late this year, would be provided first to the university community and then released publicly.

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