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Stan Grant leaves Monash to return to journalism

Journalist and former host of Q&A Stan Grant has stepped down from his role at Monash University, turning his attention to writing. Mr Grant, 60, had only been in the role for six months after signing up to lead the university’s Constructive Institute Asia ...

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90 per cent of female academics experience sexism

Female and non-binary academics are experiencing sexism at alarming rates, according to a recent survey, with staff reporting their male colleagues are interrupting them in meetings, speaking to them rudely, and downplaying their accomplishments. A survey by Griffith University found ...

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High levels of burnout in uni cybersecurity staff

Chief information and security officers (CISO) working in universities stay in their jobs for an average of only two years, a cybersecurity industry leader has said. According to Charlie Hales, director at cyber security company Waterstons, CISOs in education environments ...

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Unis to build AUKUS workforce

Engineering and defence efforts at universities are ramping up as vice-chancellors, educators and the federal government look to build a nuclear submarine-ready workforce. The University of New South Wales launched its Nuclear Innovation Centre last Thursday, a hub where engineering, ...

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