University of Southern Queensland
Radio National is broadcasting the 2012 NTEU Lecture by David Williamson, “Living dangerously: The future of creative arts education in Australian universities”, tonight at 8.05 on Big ...
In early April, NTEU members will gather at RMIT University in Melbourne to consider the serious issues confronting university teaching today.
To register and/or view the full program, go to ...
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2013 is already ...
The National Tertiary Education Union (NTEU) will hold Opposition leader Tony Abbott to his claim that “higher education is one area where government’s role is more to be a respectful ...
Universities Australia (UA) should be congratulated on today’s launch (27 February) of its $5m ‘Smarter Australia’ campaign to promote Australian higher education, Jeannie Rea, ...
International Women’s Day, 8 March 2013: “A promise is a promise: Time for action to end violence against women”
Domestic violence and the rights of women workers
The United ...
The semester 1, 2013 issue of Connect, NTEU and CAPA's magazine for academic casual staff, is now available.
Click below to read online (PDF and ebook). Members will receive a copy in the mail ...
Measuring & Maximising Research Impact: Strategies to Conduct High-Impact Research
26th & 27th June, 2013 CQ Functions, Melbourne
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Effectively measure & boost the impact of your research
As the Australian Research Council examines the need for a national assessment of research impact, Australian universities must look to preparing themselves for this system. Understanding why and how to assess the impact of research, and implementing strategies to improve the commercial and societal benefits of research, is vital for
The latest issue of Australian Universities' Review, vol. 55, no. 1, is now available online at www.aur.org.au or via the link below.
Members are entitled to receive a copy, but you need to opt in. If you are an NTEU member and would like to subscribe to AUR, click here