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Higher Equity Conference Program

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On the move | September 2016

UTS adds design bright lights Founding partner of Tonkin Zulaikha Greer Architects, Brian Zulaikha and Design Director for City of Sydney, Bridget Smyth have joined the UTS Faculty of Design, Architecture and Building as adjunct professors in the School of ...

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Strictly speaking | un-baller

This curious word appears in a current railway station advertisement for the American TV comedy series Ballers, which is streamed by a well-known cable-TV provider in Australia. The series focuses on a group of football players, their associates (managers, friends and families) ...

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On the move | August 2016

New UniMelb architecture dean Professor Julie Willis has been appointed the new dean of the Faculty of Architecture, Building and Planning at the University of Melbourne. Since joining the university in 1998, Willis has held a number of leadership positions, ...

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Strictly speaking | Ruburb

The concept of suburbia may seem a contemporary one. In fact, the word suburb, literally meaning ‘below the city’, goes back to the 14th century, and is mentioned in one of Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales as a hiding place for robbers ...

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On the move | July 2016

ECU names research fellow As part of a push to recruit more than 20 new professors capable of boosting its research activity, Edith Cowan University has appointed metabolomics, biostatistics and machine learning expert professor David Broadhurst as its fourth professorial research ...

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Strictly speaking | BOOMLET

In the wake of the Brexit referendum and economic pessimism in Britain, an optimistic commentator in the EU-based Politico was forecasting a boomlet for financial consultants and lobbyists in London and Brussels. A boomlet? Is that a ‘real’ word or ...

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Strictly speaking | Yummy

New terms are constantly being created to label demographic groups, often by marketers wanting to target them. These terms are commonly formed using acronyms – as in the examples dinky (dual income no kids yet), kippers (kids in parents pockets ...

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