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UTS, ACU recognised for community engagement

The University of Technology Sydney (UTS) and the Australian Catholic University (ACU) are the first Australian recipients of the Carnegie Community Engagement Classification, an award that prizes institutional-level commitment to community. The historically American award was trialled in Australia in ...

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Unions NSW stands up for international students

Unions NSW has recommended each state and territory reconsider work and travel restrictions on international students to ease cost of living pressures as fears about the possible overseas student tax looms. The union said overseas students are being disproportionately affected ...

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WSU to open its doors in Indonesia

Western Sydney University (WSU) will open the doors to it's first overseas campus in September next year, focusing on delivering degrees 'for employers' in the STEM and business fields. The Surabaya campus is in Pakuwon Tower, located in central Surabaya, and is ...

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Social work taught virtually at UniSA

Social work students can now use a virtual avatar to build the emotional skills required to be an effective social worker at the University of South Australia (UniSA) through the 'Mia project'. Students watch Mia grow from a young child ...

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CDU professor nominated for senior of the year

Charles Darwin University (CDU) associate professor Elaine Ḻäwurrpa Maypilama has been nominated for the 2024 Northern Territory Senior Australian of the Year award for her work in child and newborn health. Ḻäwurrpa is a Warramiri woman from Yolŋu Country and ...

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Last community psychology masters cancelled

Victoria University's (VU) master's in community psychology course is due to be cancelled in 2024, marking the end of community-focused psychology studies in a postgrad-degree format in all Australian universities. The Master of Applied Psychology (Community Psychology) course has clinical ...

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$40,000 teaching scholarships up for grabs

University students studying a teaching course in 2024 can apply for a $40,000 scholarship if they commit to teaching in a state school or early learning facility. Undergraduates can receive $40,000 over four years and are expected to spend four ...

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What we can learn from AI education in Belgium

Collaborating with Aussie schools through artificial intelligence (AI) is high on the Belgian Economic Mission's agenda. Her Royal Highness Princess Astrid of Belgium arrived in Australia with 350 delegates, some of whom are teachers and educational technology (Ed Tech) experts ...

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