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University staff to be trained to help sexual assault victims

University staff to be trained to help sexual assault victims

All university staff would be trained to help sexual assault victims under new guidelines.

  • by Jordan Baker

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Brisbane State High teen crowned Queensland’s 'brainiest' student
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Brisbane State High teen crowned Queensland’s 'brainiest' student

Decision to study, not party, in the holidays pays dividends for schoolgirl.

  • by Alison Brown
Symbolic fights make sense when you're losing the real ones
Opinion
Opinion

Symbolic fights make sense when you're losing the real ones

Australia's culture warriors could learn a lot from the history of the Western civilisation they talk so much about.

  • by Richard Denniss
Future of Australian unis: bite-sized degrees, online-only students
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Future of Australian unis: bite-sized degrees, online-only students

The future of Australian universities is likely to include bite-sized degrees and online-only programs for international students, the head of UNSW says.

  • by Pallavi Singhal
The subject students really need to study at university
Opinion
Opinion

The subject students really need to study at university

There’s been plenty said about how Australian students are in dire need of improved scientific and numeric literacy. But that's not what I mark my students down for.

  • by Caitlin Abbott
Former Universities Australia chief joins UC in top role
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Former Universities Australia chief joins UC in top role

Higher education expert Belinda Robinson says it's time to get "a bit rowdy" about the university's work.

  • by Sherryn Groch
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University of Canberra spends $7m paying out staff amid funding freeze
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University of Canberra spends $7m paying out staff amid funding freeze

UC has spent more than $7 million paying out staff to resign but its staffing imbalance remains as "significant" as ever.

  • by Sherryn Groch
'The Wright place': Take a look inside the new student digs at ANU
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'The Wright place': Take a look inside the new student digs at ANU

There was a joke flying around that the new sister residence of the university's Bruce Hall, was going to be named 'Sheila'.

  • by Sherryn Groch
Trump administration reverses Obama policy on affirmative action
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Trump administration reverses Obama policy on affirmative action

The United States' school superintendents and university presidents will be encouraged to adopt race-blind admissions standards.

  • by Erica L. Green
Eureka! La Trobe University turns its focus to entertainment business

Eureka! La Trobe University turns its focus to entertainment business

That's not a science project: the Victorian university invests in a TV drama about women on the Eureka Stockade based on a book written by one its academics.

  • by Carolyn Webb
Why are the last ANU blackboards in its brand new classrooms?
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Why are the last ANU blackboards in its brand new classrooms?

It's the university's cutting edge new cyber security centre - but it still houses some very old technology.

  • by Sherryn Groch