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Universities take position on Indigenous Voice

As the campaign for an Indigenous Voice to parliament ramps up nationwide, universities have begun to air their stance on the upcoming referendum. On Saturday the Prime Minister declared a “national week of action” to raise awareness in favour of ...

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New Griffith appointment for diversity and inclusion

Griffith University has appointed Professor Cindy Shannon AM as the university's first Deputy Vice-Chancellor for Indigenous, Diversity and Inclusion. Best known for contributions to Indigenous health, the award-winning academic was made Member of the Order of Australia for “significant service ...

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Monash ends physical staff and student ID

Monash University has ditched its physical student and staff ID cards for a "more convenient and secure" digital pass. The new pass which accessible on mobile phones and connected watches, will replace university identification and allow staff and students to ...

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Sarah Henderson appointed education shadow minister

Sarah Henderson has been appointed the federal coalition’s shadow minister for education. On Tuesday, opposition leader Peter Dutton announced Senator Henderson will take on the role of federal education spokesperson following Alan Tudge's resignation last week. In a statement, Mr ...

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Strictly speaking | Munted

Most English words have a history which can be traced back through centuries and even millennia. So those which the dictionary notes as “origin unknown” are a challenge –especially colloquial words like munted, which seems to pop up in New Zealand out ...

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UA chief on international students’ return: Q&A

As tens of thousands of international students return to Australia's university campuses, sector leaders have called for more support for foreign students to live and work in the country. In early February, the Chinese government announced that over 40,000 students will ...

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Western Sydney kicks off ‘de-casualisation’ program

Western Sydney University will hire new permanent staff as part of a sector-first "large-scale academic decasualisation program." The program, designed in consultation with the National Tertiary Education Union (NTEU), will see 150 full-time teaching and research positions be made available ...

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