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Delayed SA ‘mega uni’ launch could cost $250m

A delayed opening of South Australia’s new ‘mega-uni’ could cost up to $250m and cause significant damage to the state’s reputation. Adelaide University, a collective of University of South Australia (UniSA) and University of Adelaide (UA), is scheduled to open ...

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AI best practice, the Accord, and HED

Since last November, the two focuses of higher education practitioners, leaders and commentators, have been the sector review of the interim report of the Australian Universities Accord, and the potential effects of artificial intelligence (AI). Both have also been a ...

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Q&A: STOP joins Accord process

Anti-violence organisations have joined the education minister's working group to improve university governance on sexual violence on campus. Camille Schloeffel, founder and director of The STOP Campaign, represented victim-survivor advocates at the meeting with Education Minister Jason Clare. The STOP ...

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The top HED challenges in 2023-24

In the next 12 months as a sector we'll still be dealing with the changes the pandemic wrought, but there are other important issues we need to contend with, too. 1. Returning to campus The Covid-19 pandemic completely changed the ...

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Punitive uni pass rate on the chopping block

The Australian Government has released a Consultation Paper in response to the Australian Universities Accord priority action number two. Priority action two recommends ceasing the 50 per cent pass rule that is part of the Job Ready Graduates (JRG) package, ...

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Monash on the hunt for a new VC

Monash University has appointed an interim chief and vice-chancellor after the former VC stepped away to take up a high-profile government position. Professor Susan Elliot AM was appointed interim chief after Monash’s former Vice-Chancellor, Professor Margaret Elaine Gardner AC, resigned ...

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