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UTS to pay back staff over $4.4 million

More than 2700 current and former casuals at the University of Technology Sydney will receive over $4.4m after the university found proof of underpayment in its payroll over the last seven years. The university, which self-reported the underpayment in May ...

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Budget 2023: what’s in it for higher education

More university placements to facilitate Australia's nuclear submarine endeavours and clinical spots to attract nursing graduates were among the key tertiary spends included in this year's federal budget. Treasurer Jim Chalmers handed down his second budget on Tuesday, which prioritised ...

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University admin staff are burnt out

Professional university staff say they facing "crisis" levels of stress and workload in the wake of rolling university restructures and back-and-forth contract negotiations with academics. Last week, thousands of university staff walked off their jobs as part of an ongoing ...

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UNE appoints new Vice-Chancellor

The University of New England has appointed Professor Chris Moran as the university's new vice-chancellor following the resignation of Brigid Heywood in August last year. Professor Chris Moran, who has been Curtin's University Deputy Vice-Chancellor of Research since 2016, said ...

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