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On the move: September

Retiring after 67 years at UQ The University of Queensland’s Emeritus Professor Edward White, better known as Ted, from the School of Chemical Engineering, is about to hang up his academic gown. Ted has been a fixture of UQ for a ...

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Gap closes between West and the Rest

 University of Canberra vice-chancellor Stephen Parker muses on the economic, demographic, technological and intellectual challenges for our higher education sector. To help us evaluate the importance of universities, I want to focus on the Australia of the future, perhaps in ...

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Canberra saddles up with the Brumbies

A deal between the University of Canberra and the Brumbies rugby union team will provide great opportunities for students, says vice-chancellor Stephen Parker, but the union says the financial details need to be made public. In a first for an ...

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ACT collaboration could pay dividends

A model such as University of Canberra Institute of Technology (UCIT) may be a better way to implement TAFE/university collaborations than the present dual sector system, UC vice-chancellor Stephen Parker says. As the ACT government works on setting up the ...

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ACT promises to shed light on UCIT ‘soon’

The project implementation group to oversee the creation of a new education entity born out of collaboration between the University of Canberra and the Canberra Institute of Technology has yet to be formed. The ACT government said it would make ...

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