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On the move | April

OZ TO USMarc Parlange, an Australian provost and senior vice-president, has been appointed president of the University of Rhode Island. Parlange moved to Monash in June 2017 from Vancouver, Canada, where he was dean of the Faculty of Applied Science ...

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On the move | February

JUST ADD LEMON The University of Adelaide’s Sia Furler Institute of Contemporary Music and Media has named Jon Lemon its first artist-in-residence. A live-sound music engineer, Lemon has worked with Seal, Janet Jackson, Beck, Sinead O’Connor, INXS, Pet Shop Boys, ...

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On the move | December

ÓRAMA LOOKS NEAR Matthew Flinders Distinguished Professor Tracey Wade will head up Flinders University’s Órama Institute for Mental Health and Wellbeing. Wade, who worked as a clinician in the area of eating disorders for almost 30 years, said she has ...

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On the move | November

KEEPING IT IN THE FAMILYSouthern Cross University announced two key appointments touted to help drive the institution’s path to recovery from the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. New vice chancellor Professor Tyrone Carlin named Professor Erica Wilson as pro vice ...

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On the move | October

NEWFOUND FAME Two US experts are joining Flinders University to work on microbial metagenomics – the analysis of DNA sequences of microbes derived directly from environmental samples. Professor Robert Edwards, a computer science and biology expert, and marine biologist Professor ...

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On the move: February

ASHWORTH LEADS ‘CHANGE ENABLERS’ The University of Queensland’s Andrew N. Liveris Academy for Innovation and Leadership has appointed sustainability expert Professor Peta Ashworth as its inaugural director. “I look forward to helping [the academy’s scholars] build a more sustainable future ...

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On the move | January

SUSSEX TO SYDNEY Two Sussex professors are moving up in the world (figuratively) by moving down in the world (cartographically), taking up positions at the University of NSW. Professor Claire Annesley (pictured), former deputy pro-vice-chancellor (equalities and diversity), will become ...

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On the move | December

EGAN’S SUCCESSOR Macquarie’s longest-serving chancellor, Michael Egan, has left some big shoes to fill. Stepping into them is Dr Martin Parkinson, a public servant of more than 30 years who served as secretary of the Department of the Prime Minister ...

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On the move: August

FOR THE KIDS The former pro-vice-chancellor (health) and current research professor at Griffith’s School of Medicine has been appointed chair of the Children’s Health Research Alliance. Professor Allan Cripps has been well recognised for his contributions to science and research, ...

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On the move: July

POLLIES PAIR Joining the University of South Australia as business school industry professors are Christopher Pyne, the former federal minister for defence, and Jay Weatherill (pictured), the state’s former premier. Professor Marie Wilson, pro-vice-chancellor of business and law, said Pyne ...

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