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Minister announces ARC overhaul

Australian Research Council grants will be doled out under a stricter timeframe and application processes will be refined under new reforms led by the federal government.  Speaking at a higher education summit in Sydney this week, federal education minister Jason ...

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Sydney University hit with human rights lawsuit

The University of Sydney has been hit with a federal lawsuit by a former staff member who claims he was discriminated against because of his race.  Award-winning Iranian-Australian philosopher and translator Professor Omid Tofighan filed a federal lawsuit against the ...

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Indigenous scholars etch their mark on Oxford

For Warumungu and Warlmanpa man Ethan Taylor, the opportunity to travel and study at one of the world’s oldest and most elite universities brings mixed emotions. The 23-year-old Melbourne university honours student was born in a small country town in Western ...

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