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Curtin psychology-speech post

Curtin University has appointed Professor Adrian North as its head of the school of psychology and speech pathology. North comes from Heriot-Watt University in Edinburgh, where he was deputy head of the school of life sciences, and director of psychology education ...

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New CEO at CRC mental health

Professor Ian Cooke  has been appointed chief executive of the CRC for Mental Health.  Cooke has a track record of initiative and achievement in research, teaching, management, entrepreneurship and organisational leadership. His recent positions were concurrent appointments as CEO of Foursight ...

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Westpac risk analyst joins Macquarie

Dr John Jarratt has been announced as the new head of the department of applied finance and actuarial studies for the Faculty of Business and Economics, Macquarie University. He comes to the university from his role as head of enterprise ...

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Kirkpatrick takes pro-VC role at Adelaide

The University of Adelaide will have a new head to oversee the student experience with the appointment of Professor Denise Kirkpatrick as pro vice-chancellor (student experience). Kirkpatrick is currently responsible for the production and delivery of the Open University’s learning ...

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TAFE institute gets new CEO

Dr Andy Giddy has taken over as chief executive of the Northern Melbourne Institute of TAFE (NMIT) following the retirement of long-serving former CEO, Brian MacDonald. Giddy studied veterinary science at the University of Melbourne and bioethics at UTS and the ...

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NEAS appoints new directors

English language teaching quality assurance body NEAS appointed two new directors as well as a communications manager to support the industry in the face of current challenges for the education sector. Associate Professor Seamus Fagan was elected to the board ...

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New Melbourne Chancellor

New Melbourne chancellor Elizabeth Alexander has been installed as the 21st chancellor of the University of Melbourne, succeeding Alex Chernov, the Governor of Victoria. Alexander, who was formerly deputy chancellor, has been a member of the university council since 2003, ...

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