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Research shows we can improve student equity

Most Australian universities claim to make the world a better place by creating environments where people want to work and study.  Whether staff and students experience these objectives is a different story, particularly when it comes to be feeling ‘seen’ ...

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NTEU strikes continue, now in Queensland

Staff at the University of Southern Queensland will strike for the first time in 20 years this Wednesday after negotiations with university management about fair redundancy measures fell through. National Tertiary Education Union (NTEU) members want to see the university ...

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UA chief steps down

Universities Australia (UA) chief Catriona Jackson will step down from her position in December following a tumultuous year representing Australia’s 39 tertiary institutions. UA is the peak body representing Australian universities in lobbying government, communicating to the public, and co-ordinating ...

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Reducing databreach damage for universities

My private information was caught up in the Australian National University’s (ANU) data breach back in 2018. I graduated in 2005, but my old records were still retained and therefore, leaked. While my data could well be floating about the ...

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Engineers Australia welcomes AUKUS investment

Australia’s peak engineering body has welcomed federal investment in AUKUS engineering education and called for support to produce a further 60,000 additional graduates by 2033. Engineers Australia chief Romilly Madew AO praised the government’s commitment of $128.5m over four years ...

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Education 4.0

The Covid-19 pandemic has given universities a new understanding of the possibilities of digital transformation and delivery modalities for the future of learning. Each university has responded with varying levels of commitment to these new opportunities. Some institutions have embraced ...

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Role models for inclusive education

Lived experience gives you an authentic understanding of what exclusion feels like, and it's important to harness that understanding to generate advocates for change. Effective governance responses to systemic disadvantage rely on this principle, and the same principle applies to ...

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What’s really going on with early offers

Universities and tertiary admissions centres are allowing year 12 students across Australia to apply for – and accept – course offers to university before they sit their final exams, complete year 12, and receive their ATAR. Critics of early university ...

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