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24 October 2014
The LH Martin Institute is seeking to appoint an Associate Director

The successful applicant will be responsible for furthering stakeholder engagement as well as ensuring the suite of activities developed are meeting the needs of senior leaders and managers in the tertiary education sector. Excellent leadership and negotiating skills are essential.

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21 October 2014
ATEM Bass Panel Discussion Event - The Changing Higher Education Workplace

The ATEM Bass Region are very pleased to announce our next panel discussion event - The Changing Higher Education Workplace - Monday 24th November, 2014

Panel Chair: Fiona Ellis, Director Students Group, RMIT University Panel Members: Dr Lindsay McMillan, Managing Director, Converge International, Ms Joanne Tyler, Director, Careers and Employment, Monash University, Professor Leo Goedegebuure, Director, LH Martin Institute

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20 October 2014
Submission to the Senate inquiry

Geoff Sharrock's submission to the Senate committee inquiry into government plans for higher education supports some but not all of the Pyne reforms.

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17 October 2014
Million dollar degree payoffs: how real are they?

Writing in The Conversation, Geoff Sharrock finds that the graduate earnings premium is less than has been claimed.

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25 September 2014
The best compromise for HELP loan interest rates

Writing in The Conversation, Geoff Sharrock argues against a bond rate on HELP loans.

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10 September 2014
And the winner is...

Congratulations to Lorraine Denny who won the LH Martin Institute booth prize of a free short course at the LH Martin Institute.

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10 September 2014

The LH Martin Institute would like to congratulate all winners and highly commended awardees from the recent ATEM / Campus Review Best Practice Awards presented at the 2014 Tertiary Education Managers Conference in Cairns.

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10 September 2014
Higher education reforms face mounting odds

Writing in the Australian Financial Review, Geoff Sharrock argues for a modifed version of the proposed higher education reforms now being considered in Parliament.

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4 September 2014
VET funding in Australia and the role of TAFE

Peter Noonan's speech at the TAFE Directors Australia conference earlier this week illustrates the problems with the State and Federal divide on funding for Vocational Education.

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3 September 2014
Fee deregulation is not the only answer for universities

Leo Goedegebuure joins the debate on the higher education bill introduced to parliament last week. If political bartering can result in some sort of compromise, there is potential for the higher education sector to move forward. How to go about this remains an open question.

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