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ADHD linked to a trajectory of disadvantage

University of Queensland researchers have linked ADHD and conduct disorder (CD) to a trajectory of disadvantage, as these children are more likely to drop-out of high school and not enrol in tertiary education. A study published in the Journal of ...

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Edith Cowan’s Chapman declares he’s a feminist

Edith Cowan University vice-chancellor professor Steve Chapman has embraced the title feminist, calling on others to do the same. At Campus Review’s recent Higher Equity conference, Chapman apologised “for everything white male vice-chancellors have ever done”. Chapman, like broadcaster Alan ...

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Understand gender biases to tackle them: consultant

“Men favour men.” It’s a simple-sounding but complex concept that was explored by gender consultant Dr Mark Toner, at Campus Review’s Higher Equity Summit. Toner is chair of the Gender Equity Working Group of the Australian Academy of Technology and Engineering, and ...

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HIGHER EQUITY 2016: Be part of the conversation

Campus Review’s inaugural Higher Equity Summit kicks off today in Sydney. Here we’ll discuss, and work solutions towards solving, a very pertinent question in higher education – how can equity be achieved? Keep tabs here to follow Higher Equity Summit, ...

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