Politics with Michelle Grattan: Phil Honeywood on the challenges of getting international students back.
Michelle Grattan speaks with Phil Honeywood CEO of the International Education Association of Australia about the impact of COVID-19 on Australian universities
University experts are well placed to equip students with holistic climate knowledge and help teachers cover a subject that’s neglected by the Australian Curriculum.
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Higher education institutions should also consider how to respond should sex work take place on campus, such as in a residence.
Contributing to global knowledge, from the lens of local experience, can lead to solutions to universal problems such as inequality and climate change.
The lack of a collective memory of university education and the student experience presents a serious problem in Australian life.
Colleges and universities are using therapy dogs as a low-cost way to improve their students’ mental health.
Universities must take leadership in the fight to stop sexual and gender-based violence in first-year orientation week.
Overlapping vaccine mandates at the federal, state and local levels aims to reduce the number of unvaccinated Americans.
Universities can ensure students in all disciplines are learning how to contribute to a world that they and future generations want to live in.
White denialism of racism provokes a narrative of ‘us versus them.’ Self-reflection and listening are among the ways to be accountable for interrupting and eradicating racism.
A capital funding squeeze led universities to seek new ways of developing their campuses. It now appears city CBDs and developers might do better out of those deals than universities.
It is the work of social scientists to understand how societies operate and, based on that knowledge, how populations can apply evidence-based solutions to the challenges of the 21st century.
Even though The Chair confronts some of the tougher realities of higher education, the world it depicts is still rosier than the reality.
International student demand for places in Australia has fallen by a third over the course of the pandemic, while for our key competitors demand has remained stable or even increased.
Digital technology and COVID-19 have transformed the ways universities are delivering courses. But some are taking a minimalist low-cost approach, while others are aiming higher.
Education is a key to health, economic and social outcomes. So why don’t we make it easier for former youth in care to access post-secondary education?
As a teacher, an academic cannot use freedom of speech to say something that may directly demean or intimidate a student. But as a researcher, they must have the freedom to pursue the truth.
The COVID-19 pandemic isn’t going away any time soon. Kenya’s universities must adapt.
Recent allegations of cheating by university students in online exams suggest the students are adapting faster than the education system itself – and that should change.