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FOI letters detail regulator interest in UQ

The University of Queensland has announced the appointment of a new vice-chancellor, Professor Peter Hoj, VC at the University of South Australia, but the scandal that led to his predecessor’s downfall remains unsettled. Documents obtained by Campus Review under freedom ...

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UQ appoints Hoj as vice-chancellor

The University of Queensland has appointed Professor Peter Hoj as its new vice-chancellor and president. Hoj is currently the vice-chancellor and president of the University of South Australia and his previous roles include CEO of the Australian Research Council and ...

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Philanthropy will be vital for universities

Bequests, fund-raising and donations from alumni may make the difference been good and great universities the way things are going, writes Louis White. Universities will become more reliant on philanthropic activities from businesses and individuals as government financial support recedes along with ...

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End of the line – Motel Meltdown

Huddled in a small, dank and dingy motel room near a city centre, a team of senior managers headed by vice-chancellor, Ian Slap, contemplate the consequences of being discovered by the press who are roaming the vicinity. Jane [PVC for ...

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ANU staff reject proposed job cuts

Staff at the Australian National University in Canberra have rejected plans for redundancies, with union representatives saying there are other ways to save money than by cutting jobs – and that the university may not be in the financial straits ...

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Adelaide appoints next VC

Professor Warren Bebbington will continue a career track through the Group of Eight when he commences as vice-chancellor at the University of Adelaide on July 1. “My whole career’s been in Group of Eight universities, so I feel a great ...

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Sydney uni in Fair Work hearing

The University of Sydney faced Fair Work Australia on Friday, after the National Tertiary Education Union took it to the industrial relations tribunal over proposed mass redundancies. The case was deferred to today by adjudicator Senior Deputy President Lea Drake, ...

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Progress comes with some pain

With private providers in the firing line, ACPET chief executive Claire Field reflects on the council’s 20 years of leadership in the sector. As many Campus Review readers will know, this year marks the 20th anniversary of the Australian Council ...

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Conflict in the cloisters

Feedback to Campus Review suggests that universities have policies and procedures in place to manage workplace disputes but they are not able to resolve such disputes and as a result, there is discontent across faculties and divisions. My research suggests ...

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