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Academic leadership for a time of change

The higher education sector is going through significant changes. Universities are facing financial losses and shifts in their teaching and research funding. The changes are so significant that some in the sector suggest that the purpose of higher education needs ...

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Should world leaders’ grades be public property?

The definition of intelligence is complicated. Cambridge Dictionary defines it as 'the ability to learn, understand, and make judgments or have opinions that are based on reason', though, in psychology, when measured by IQ tests, it refers to the ability ...

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Guide helps advance women in leadership

A new best-practice recruitment guide released by the Universities Australia Executive Women's Group will help advance women in university leadership positions. Universities Australia chief executive Belinda Robinson extended her congratulations to the group, and said the guide would go a ...

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UTS presents university commercialisation alternative

Today, in UTS' 'brown paper bag', a symposium on advancing the public benefit of universities took place. Resisting commercialisation The need for universities to focus on research and education – not marketing – was a major topic. Professor Raewyn Connell of USYD ...

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Three for the world

Macquarie offers new business degrees designed for the evolving global marketplace. By Antonia Maiolo From next year, Macquarie University will offer three new degree options designed to equip students to become leading professionals in international business. The degrees are the ...

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