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UniMelb vice-chancellor to leave next year

University of Melbourne vice-chancellor Duncan Maskell unexpectedly announced his resignation on Monday, saying that he will leave the $1.2m a year job early next year. Professor Maskell, who has led Australia’s most highly ranked university since 2018 and steered it ...

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Bell to become ANU’s first woman VC

Techno-anthropologist Genevieve Bell AO will be the first woman to lead the Australian National University, taking over from Nobel prizewinner Brian Schmidt when he steps down at the end of the year. ANU chancellor Julie Bishop said Professor Bell, who ...

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Jacobs to step down as UNSW vice-chancellor

UNSW will be under new leadership in 2022, after its vice-chancellor announced he will step down from the role. After seven years at the helm, professor Ian Jacobs made the “difficult and emotional” decision to resign so he and partner ...

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The volunteer revolution

Volunteers contribute an enormous amount to Australia’s major civic institutions, including universities. The slogan ‘more give, less take’ applies far more to universities than to any bank in Australia. And that fact is even more pronounced in regional areas. As ...

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