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Transforming higher education in the post COVID-19 world

Universities could axe their end-of-semester exams, big lectures and even paper as trends emerge from the COVID-19 pandemic. Higher education will emerge into the ‘new normal’ with an evolved learning and teaching model. More authentic assessments, individualised lifelong learning and face-to-face ...

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University researchers make award finals

Several university researchers have received national recognition for directly improving the health of Australians. The Bupa Health Foundation has this week listed six up-and-coming researchers as finalists for the Emerging Health Researcher Award, with winners to be announced in Sydney ...

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Bond builds partnerships

Catherine O’Sullivan has been appointed to Bond University’s newly created role of pro vice-chancellor pathways and partnerships, to expand the university’s engagement with community and industry groups across Australia. O’Sullivan brings to the role 30 years’ experience in senior management ...

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New subject strengthens link to internships

 Bond University has launched its new subject to prepare students for the workplace and is already getting some good feedback.  The Bond University Professional Practice Program (BUPPP) originated from the need to create a subject for students to undertake in ...

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Stable says goodbye to Bond

After eight years at the helm, Bond University vice-chancellor Professor Robert Stable retires this month. During his tenure there was strong growth for the private, not-for-profit university on Queensland’s Gold Coast. In a statement paying him the university said his ...

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