Strategy 2016–20: have your say

The next formal discussion papers in the 2016–20 strategy conversation, focusing on building a culture of educational and research excellence, have been released.

Associate Professor Jaime Gongora accepts the Vice-Chancellor's Award for Outstanding and Innovative Contributions to the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Strategy from Deputy Vice-Chancellor Professor Shane Houston.

Rewarding exceptional contributions to our Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander strategy

Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Indigenous Strategy and Services) Professor Shane Houston has encouraged staff to apply for the 2015 Vice-Chancellor’s Award for Outstanding and Innovative Contributions to our Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Strategy.

Chancellor Belinda Hutchison AM

Thank you for your contribution to the University to date in 2015, especially those of you who have been involved in the 2016-20 strategic planning process. It is an important conversation, and one that will shape the future of our University.

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Be part of a global health and wellbeing survey

The Brain and Mind Centre and Young and Well Cooperative Research Centre are pioneering a new study. Take part in the Global Health and Wellbeing 2015 Survey to improve the understanding of health and wellbeing.

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Five minutes with Kaveh Ghezel

Staff from across the University, including Student Recruitment's Kaveh Ghezel, have been busy preparing for Open Day.

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Cancer researcher honoured

Congratulations to Associate Professor Sallie Pearson, recently recognised at the 2015 Premier’s Awards for Outstanding Cancer Research. 

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Pave the Way

Get ready to pave the way

The University is gearing up to hold its second annual 24-hour fundraising challenge, Pave the Way. All staff are invited to a breakfast at Camperdown Campus on Thursday 3 September to launch the campaign. Find out more and register.