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On the Move – June 2016

Noted journalist reports to CSU Awarding-winning influential journalist and proud Wiradjuri man Stan Grant has joined Charles Sturt University as its chair of Indigenous affairs. Grant, who has used his media notoriety to help advocate for Indigenous issues such as ...

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Strictly Speaking | Zenware

The distractions that tempt us whenever we turn on a device with an internet connection are boundless. We’re immediately bombarded with an array of apps, email and Facebook notifications, advertising pop-ups and clickbait. This sensory overload is the motivation behind ...

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Extended interview with Tim Flannery

Internationally renowned environmental sustainability expert Tim Flannery, has recently taken up a Professorial fellowship role with the Melbourne Sustainable Society Institute at the University of Melbourne. In an extended interview with Campus Review, Flannery accused Tony Abbott of insulting Australians ...

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UC expansion plan halted

The federal government has rejected the University of Canberra’s plans to partner with Holmesglen Institute of TAFE to offer degree courses in Melbourne. Last year the University of Canberra announced a plan to offer Melbourne students 11 degrees from the ...

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Nation’s designers drawn to the Hub

The new complex in Melbourne will advance the work of students and researchers across a wide range of areas including engineering, architecture, building, fashion and media. An $80 million centre for design research, touted as the first of its kind ...

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Big growth in private college student numbers

Private tertiary colleges around the nation are training more students than ever before, according to a new report. The Deloitte report for the Australian Council for Private Education and Training (ACPET) found that there are now 1.7 million full-time equivalent ...

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Law school sues ANU over naming rights

A Sydney law school is suing the Australian National University over the name of its law faculty. The College of Law, based at St Leonards, claims ANU has infringed the college’s trademark by calling the university’s law faculty ANU College ...

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UK feels effect of research squeeze

It has been harder to get a grant in many areas, but the success rate is up for those who try The British research councils’ efforts to limit demand for research grants appear to be working, with success rates improving ...

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Sutton leads UQ integrity review

University of Queensland vice-chancellor Professor Debbie Terry has appointed Emeritus Professor Gerard Sutton to lead an independent review of the university’s integrity and accountability reform program. Terry said the reform will focus on three core themes: compliance, capacity and culture. ...

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Spiders on the march

Researchers on Guam, a US island east of the Philippines, have found that the island’s jungle spider population is more than 40 times larger than that of nearby islands. In one of the first studies to examine how the loss ...

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