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From diesel engines to data
Bridget Sakr will fight for Strathfield community
Investing in education to create opportunities and grow economy
2021 Nursing and Midwifery Scholarships Awarded
JCU launches ‘lifestyle medicine’ courses
Creative therapies harness healing power of art
Access Planetary Health resources
Victoria University selected by sport integrity Australia to design new course
I want to study agriculture, but what?
New MBA drives positive sustainability and social outcomes
Southern Cross recognised as science heavyweight in global uni ranking
Women in Finance and Economics Scholarships awarded
Increasing linguistic diversity to advance human-technology interaction
Rise in educational qualifications: Australia
112th Rhodes Scholar to bring science to bedside
Inaugural naturopathic courses deliver important step in contemporary healthcare education
ACN endorses Nursing and Midwifery Digital Health Capability Framework
Hort Innovation AGM – Board member nominees announced
UW awarded NIH grant for training in advanced data analytics for behavioral and social sciences
Calling on cyber students for 2021 ADF Cyber Gap Program
La Trobe welcomes research investment
University of Newcastle course changes signalled
Boosting health workers’ skills
“Screen test” for UniSA’s next generation movie makers
Applications now open for Graduate Certificate in Transport Safety
Griffith micro-credentials to meet post-COVID skills gap
Council appoints community-driven CEO
Griffith trains autism researchers of tomorrow
Partnership provides pathways for teachers of tomorrow
From studying marine biology in Townsville to managing fisheries in Torres Strait
Leaving a legacy: Swinburne Philanthropy Social Impact Alumni
Students to tread boards in Bard Awards
Griffith panel predicts boom ahead for ICT job market
Victoria University embraces planetary health with Australian-first course
New short courses launched to address workforce needs 19 June
NTU Singapore maintains its place among world’s best universities
Queen’s Birthday Honours – Inspector Glen Ball
Information technology features in short course offerings
New short courses launched to address workforce needs
Closing skills gaps: new cybersecurity and blockchain courses
Deakin launches subsidised short courses targeting growth sectors
Short courses to upskill workforce
University, tourism sector partner to ease terrible impact of COVID-19
Supporting Tasmania’s Tourism Industry
Short programs help Australians skill up for long term
Curtin announces new short courses to address priority needs
Building recovery workforce through short courses
Griffith launches higher education certificates in cyber security and data analytics