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On the move | May

The University of Queensland’s Professor David Craik has been elected as a Fellow of the Royal Society for his outstanding contribution to science. Professor Craik is the second researcher from UQ’s Institute for Molecular Bioscience to be elected to the ...

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On the move | April

OZ TO USMarc Parlange, an Australian provost and senior vice-president, has been appointed president of the University of Rhode Island. Parlange moved to Monash in June 2017 from Vancouver, Canada, where he was dean of the Faculty of Applied Science ...

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On the Move | March

BOWMAN BACK AGAIN Professor Scott Bowman will take up the reins as VC at Charles Darwin University. It’s not Bowman’s first time at the helm of an intuition – he was VC of Central Queensland University for almost a decade ...

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On the move | February

JUST ADD LEMON The University of Adelaide’s Sia Furler Institute of Contemporary Music and Media has named Jon Lemon its first artist-in-residence. A live-sound music engineer, Lemon has worked with Seal, Janet Jackson, Beck, Sinead O’Connor, INXS, Pet Shop Boys, ...

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On the move | January

FOURTEEN AND OUT After 14 years at the helm of James Cook University, Professor Sandra Harding will retire from the role in December 2021. Chancellor Bill Tweddell said the university has flourished under Harding’s leadership. “Revenue has doubled to over ...

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On the move | December

ÓRAMA LOOKS NEAR Matthew Flinders Distinguished Professor Tracey Wade will head up Flinders University’s Órama Institute for Mental Health and Wellbeing. Wade, who worked as a clinician in the area of eating disorders for almost 30 years, said she has ...

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On the move | October

NEWFOUND FAME Two US experts are joining Flinders University to work on microbial metagenomics – the analysis of DNA sequences of microbes derived directly from environmental samples. Professor Robert Edwards, a computer science and biology expert, and marine biologist Professor ...

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On the move | August

NEWLY MINTED ROLE FOR KRUSKE Charles Darwin University and the NT Health Department have jointly appointed Professor of Primary Health Care Sue Kruske to a newly minted strategic leadership role in Alice Springs. Kruske will work across both institutions to ...

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On the move | July

ELDER TO OPEN DOORS RMIT has announced that Indigenous Elder scholar in residence Distinguished Professor Aileen Moreton-Robinson has joined the American Academy of Arts and Sciences. A Goenpul woman from Minjerribah, Quandamooka First Nation in Queensland, Moreton-Robinson said she was ...

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