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Indigenous education leader honoured by RMIT

RMIT University

Indigenous education leader Professor Jeannie Herbert AM is one of RMIT’s Outstanding Alumni for 2016. Herbert is the Outstanding Alumni (Australia), while post-conflict community development expert Thao Nguyen Griffiths was awarded the Outstanding Alumnus Award (International). The awards were presented at an exclusive ceremony hosted by RMIT’s Vice-Chancellor and President, Martin Bean CBE, at the National Gallery of Victoria last night. In ... Read More »

Australia: Traditional Islamic studies at university gaining in popularity

Islamic studies

Studying Islam at a university level means many things. ”Firstly, it is about gaining a deeper understanding of the Koran and the Islamic texts, many of which are from the classical period,” says Mehmet Ozalp, an adjunct lecturer of Australia’s first master of Islamic studies qualification through Charles Sturt University. ”This course aims to help students understand this in the ... Read More »

Charles Sturt University helps stamp out corruption

Charles Sturt University

A new course developed by Charles Sturt University (CSU) is offering students from government and private industry an opportunity to tackle corruption in the workplace. The Graduate Certificate in Corruption and Integrity Management is designed to assist companies and government departments minimize the damage to reputation, financial and resource costs and loss of public confidence that result from corruption. Course director, ... Read More »

CSU invites students to try IT doctorate for free

Charles Sturt University

Charles Sturt University (CSU) is offering a free, five week long, online course to give prospective students a sense of what it would be like to undertake an IT doctorate. CSU adjunct senior lecturer at Charles Sturt University and CEO of IT Masters Mr Martin Hale said the course is designed for anyone who might be interested in doing an ... Read More »

Australian universities defend alternative-medicine teaching

Universities in Australia are defending their teaching of alternative medicine after a group of the country’s top scientists and doctors urged them to abandon this increasingly popular subject. Friends of Science in Medicine — a recently formed group that includes more than 400 prominent scientists, doctors, academics and consumer advocates from Australia and overseas — wrote to the vice chancellors ... Read More »

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