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To boldly go where no nurse has gone before

Academics at New York University’s Rory Meyers College of Nursing are pushing the boundaries with their latest innovation in nurse training. As part of their Star Trek-inspired Holodeck project, Associate Professor Winslow Burleson and his team are using headsets to ...

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Should burkas be banned from university classrooms?

Why do you wear all black? Why are you even still alive? It isn’t fair to us. While Australian universities grapple with isolated Islamophobic attacks, like the above-quoted one on two female Indonesian students in Canberra earlier this month, ones ...

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Four higher education trends to watch out for in 2019

Higher education is changing. Many commentators are questioning the relevance of the physical campus. Degrees are no longer prerequisites to work at some of the world’s biggest companies. And government funding patterns are changing. How can Australian universities remain relevant ...

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