NTEU is proud to present our latest video featuring Nobel Laureate Prof Peter Doherty (University of Melbourne). Professor Doherty explains why you should join the Dumb Cuts National Protests across ...
Students will continue to voice their protests against the Government’s proposed $2.3 billion cuts to higher education with a rally at the University of Sydney today.
The protest comes ...
The Australian government recently announced $2.8 billion dollar cuts to the university sector to fund primary and secondary education reforms.
$48 million dollars will be stripped from Monash University. This is in addition to recent attacks by the university administration on democratic governance and the Chancellors desire to run Monash like a business. We as staff and students from Monash call on the university administration to prioritise quality education over $20 million dollar lawns and exorbitant wages for senior University executives.
For more info visit the NTEU Monash Branch homepage, Lot's Wife Facebook page and NTEU's Dumb Cuts
Tertiary Education Minister Craig Emerson outlines the plan to cut funding for higher education by $2 billion. Picture: Kym Smith ...
The program for the NTEU's National Teaching Conference (4-5 April) is now available.
Registrations are closed, but places are available for the public Q&A on Thursday 4 April, 6.30pm at ...
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