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Academia: is it still a man’s world?

New Zealand female academics could build a house with the amount of money they were underpaid compared to their male counterparts, a new study has found. A University of Canterbury study, published in the journal PLOS ONE, repudiates what’s called the ...

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News: For truth or political gain?

Long known as the Fourth Estate for its commitment to objectivity and balance, journalism has come under attack at two US universities after protests were reported by student newspapers. According to several experts, the protests, which happened at Northwestern and ...

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Latest ARC research grants

Funding is the lifeblood of academic research and the Australian Research Council (ARC) late last week announced the Linkage Project grants, Discovery Early Career Researcher Awards and the Future Fellowship grants. Monash University and the University of Melbourne were awarded ...

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