11.01.2017 Two degrees for price of one
In the higher education equivalent of a fast-food value meal, at least one US university is dangling tuition-free professional graduate degrees.
10.01.2017 Pollen-shifter takes a bow
A tiny mammal which consumes its own body weight in sugar each day is key to pollinating thousands of plant species.
14.06.2016 ‘Dole destiny’ for STEM grads
Efforts to increase the number of people studying science and maths are wrongheaded, says Productivity Commission.
14.06.2016 Targets deny agreeing to courses
College sales staff filed bundles of enrolment documents on behalf of prospective students, a court has heard.
14.06.2016 The amazing world of the hobbit
It sounds like a refresher course on Tolkien, but UOW’s latest MOOC is anchored in a real-life story.
14.06.2016 Rising numbers swell coffers
University revenues are growing at almost double the rate of GDP, driven by healthy growth in student enrolments.
14.06.2016 Race study UQ economist quits
Paul Frijters was last week successful in overturning charges of research misconduct.