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ATEM/Campus Review awards highlight excellence

The presentation of the 4th annual Association for Tertiary Education Management/Campus Review awards gave the spotlight to key performers in tertiary education management. The event was part of the Tertiary Education Management Conference. Professionals all across the higher education sector earned ATEM ...

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New regional study centre aims to improve outcomes

The Wangaratta Regional Study Centre, a collaboration between Charles Sturt University and Goulburn Ovens Institute of TAFE (GOTAFE) to improve participation in education, will be officially opened tomorrow. Construction of the $7.2 million the centre was completed in late 2014 ...

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BHP backs maths program for girls with $22m

The Australian Mathematical Sciences Institute (AMSI) and the BHP Billiton Foundation have joined forces in launching a national program to recruit more girls into mathematics. Choose Maths, which was launched this week at The University of Melbourne, begins with a ...

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ANU leads Australia in QS world rankings

ANU has once again affirmed its position as the nation’s top internationally ranked university after being rated in the world’s top 10 institutions across four separate subjects. The latest standings released by international university ratings agency QS rated ANU’s agriculture ...

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IRU calls for industry-driven research

A new paper released by Innovative Research Universities (IRU) offers recommendations on how to encourage greater links between university researchers and industry. The paper, titled Industry Driven Research, called for more industry incentives to use research produced by Australians and ...

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ANU students urge the V-C to “divest the rest”

Thousands of students from the Australian National University today presented a petition to the university’s vice-chancellor calling on him to ‘divest the rest’ of ANU’s holdings in fossil fuel companies. The campaign by student-led group Fossil Free ANU has handed ...

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Universities face new corruption report

Recruitment fraud, undeserved passing grades alleged in Four Corners story. Australian universities have been forced to defend recruitment and academic standards relating to students following fresh allegations of widespread corruption. The allegations, aired last night by on the ABC program ...

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