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Technology the key to faster recovery

Education editor Antonia Maiolo spoke to Maayken Van den berg, a postdoctoral research fellow from Flinders University. Van den berg is involved in a world-first study, looking at whether technology such as iPad apps and interactive games can help older ...

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Dwyer warns off investing in natural therapy courses

Private colleges would receive funding for students enrolled in ‘pseudo-scientific’ courses under proposed higher education reforms, said the president of the Friends of Science in Medicine. John Dwyer, head of the powerful lobby group, said he is concerned that precious ...

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Interview with Thomson Ch’ng

Education Editor Antonia Maiolo speaks to Thomson Ch’ng, president of the Council of International Students Australia, about what he thinks will be the big issues for international education throughout 2015.

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Interview with Kira Clarke

Education Editor Antonia Maiolo speaks to Kira Clarke a lecturer in Education Policy at the University of Melbourne. For the last ten years Kira has been researching post-compulsory education and training, with a focus on youth transitions and VET in ...

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Interview with Ian Li

Education Editor Antonia Maiolo speaks to Ian Li an economist based at the School of Population Health at the University of Western Australia. Li discusses the role of schools’ socioeconomic status in determining academic performance at university which was the ...

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Exclusive podcast with professor Graeme Turner

In Campus Review’s latest podcast, UQ emeritus professor Graeme Turner explains why his landmark report Mapping the Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences in Australia, is vital to the sector’s future viability. Recently launched at the National Press Club, the report ...

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Extended interview with Tim Flannery

Internationally renowned environmental sustainability expert Tim Flannery, has recently taken up a Professorial fellowship role with the Melbourne Sustainable Society Institute at the University of Melbourne. In an extended interview with Campus Review, Flannery accused Tony Abbott of insulting Australians ...

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