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Addressing campus transport issues through shared mobility

Australia’s transport culture is one which consists primarily of single-occupancy commutes. We are very much a car-loving nation, but this is causing headaches for universities around the country. Growth in student numbers and scarce parking facilities, mixed with our existing ...

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Australia’s global standing: How do we stack up?

Australia has a mixed report card when it comes to its achievements in international education Brazil recently played host to a meeting of international education associations from around the globe to debate challenges currently impacting on the international education sector. In ...

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Stressed out students voice their gripes

A year ago, a National Union of Students/Headspace survey of 2,600 university students revealed some troubling insights. A majority (66 per cent) reported high psychological distress over the past year, while 70 per cent rated their mental health ‘poor’ or ‘fair’. Now, the sources of their ...

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How universities stifle learning

In 2016, after three decades of teaching, Brian Martin hung up his tutor boots. But he wasn’t nearly done with thinking – or research. Having had time to reflect on his experience, the erstwhile Professor of Social Sciences at the University of ...

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