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What is needed to even the odds? Opinion

In higher education, we pride ourselves on being evidence-based decision-making entities. We promote our missions to serve our communities and to create a better world and better futures for all.  There is strong evidence that diversity drives better organisational outcomes. ...

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Leading in troubled times – opinion

These are the most difficult times to be leading one of our Australian universities. Half of them have VCs who were appointed and commenced during times of turmoil. The other half had existing VCs already steering the ship when the ...

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