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  1. NTEU Opening Statement to the HERRA Bill Senate Inquiry

    Posted 9 October 2014 by Jeannie Rea (NTEU National Office)

    National Tertiary Education Union (NTEU)

    Opening Statement to the Senate Committee Inquiry into the Higher Education and Research Reform Amendment (HERRA) Bill 2014, 8 October 2014

    Jeannie Rea, ...

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  2. Changes to funding arrangements for the Indigenous Tutorial Assistance Scheme (ITAS)

    Posted 8 October 2014 by Celeste Liddle (Indigenous)

    The Federal Government early last month announced changes to the funding arrangements for the Indigenous Tutorial Assistance Scheme (ITAS) and this prompted a number of responses from Indigenous ...

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  3. NTEU members elected to Flinders University Council

    Posted 30 September 2014 by John Pezy (SA Division)

    NTEU congratulates members Clare McCarty, Leon Lack and Debra Hackett on their re-election to the Flinders University Council for another 2 year term. Clare, Leon and Deb have been vocal supporters ...

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  4. How much does your vice chancellor cost?

    Posted 30 September 2014 by Paul Kniest (NTEU National Office)

    Vice Chancellor's Remuneration 2013

    The NTEU believes that the Australian public has the right to know how much it costs each of Australia’s public universities to remunerate their vice ...

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    Fact Sheet
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    VC Remuneration 2013 Revised

  5. Professional Staff Development Fund

    Posted 25 September 2014 by John Pezy (Flinders University)

    The NTEU is liaising with the University over the terms of reference for the Professional Staff Development Fund. The NTEU negotiated the creation of the Fund to enable Professional staff access to ...

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  6. Australian VC's Remuneration 2013

    Posted 25 September 2014 by Jeannie Rea (NTEU National Office)

    The Competition has closed

    Thank you to all those who particpated. 

    We have a winner who will be notified by email.

    The answers will be released first thing Wednseday 1 ...

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  7. NTEU writes to Deans and Executive Deans about new academic workload provisions

    Posted 25 September 2014 by John Pezy (Flinders University)

    The NTEU has recently written to Deans of Schools and Executive Deans about the new academic workload and casual academic provisions. The Union believes a common understanding of rights and ...

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    Other
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  8. NTEU Submission to Senate Inquiry

    Posted 23 September 2014 by Paul Kniest (NTEU National Office)

    National Tertiary Education Union (NTEU)

    Submission to Senate Inquiry Higher Education and Research Reform Amendment (HERRA) Bill 2014

    The National Tertiary Education Union’s (NTEU) ...

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    Submission
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  9. Make a Submission to the Senate Committee on the Higher Education and Research Reform Amendment Bill 2014

    Posted 16 September 2014 by Jeannie Rea (NTEU National Office)

    The Federal Government’s Budget proposals to Higher Education will radically change the sector severely impacting on Universities, staff, and students.   The NTEU has been campaigning ...

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  10. Little shift in gender disparity in higher ed

    Posted 16 September 2014 by Jeannie Rea (Women)

    There has been little shift for some time in the gender disparity in higher education careers and studies. In some areas gender equity has deteriorated. The proportion of women vice chancellors has fallen to 20%, just eight out of 39. It had climbed to one third a few years ago. And just the second woman to head up a ‘Group of 8’ University, starts at Monash this September.

    There has been little shift in the proportion of women academics still hovering around 44%, and women are still less than one third of the professorial class, but now at least more than one quarter. While women are two thirds of general and professional staff, and have made significant inroads into senior positions (45%), there does not seem to be any recent gains. Women still predominate in lower levels and more insecure jobs across all

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