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Business School in the Media

  • Sydney has top PT minds 25 Jun 2015

    Australasian Bus and Coach News

    Staff Member: Corinne Mulley, David Hensher and Gregory Whitwell

    Australasian Bus and Coach News quotes Business School Dean, Professor Greg Whitwell and Professors Corinne Mulley and David Hensher in an article about the University of Sydney being recognised as the world's leading public transport researcher.

  • Danika Wright on Prime 7 News 24 Jun 2015

    Prime 7 News

    Staff Member: Danika Wright

    Prime 7 News (Albury, Tamworth, North Coast) interviewed Dr Danika Wright about how the NSW Budget will impact on housing affordability.

  • Transport in the NSW State Budget 24 Jun 2015

    2SER FM

    Staff Member: Stephen Greaves

    Professor Stephen Greaves was interviewed on 2SER FM in relation to the NSW budget announcement and spending on transport infrastructure.

  • Ghostwriting haunts academic appraisal 24 Jun 2015

    The Australian

    Staff Member: John Shields

    The Australian mentions comments from Professor John Shields about the issue of ghostwriting in Australian universities.

  • Angela Knox on ABC Radio 24 Jun 2015

    ABC radio

    Staff Member: Angela Knox

    Associate Professor Angela Knox was interviewed on ABC Radio about the importance of government policy driving improvements in the quality of work in Australia.

  • Watching the disruptors 21 Jun 2015

    ABC Radio National

    Staff Member: Kai Riemer

    Associate Professor Kai Riemer is interviewed by ABC Radio National about a new report into the emergence of digital disruptive intermediaries and why they are so successful.

  • Royal Commission hears questions over payments to a union when Bill Shorten was boss 18 Jun 2015

    ABC 7.30

    Staff Member: John Buchanan

    ABC 7.30 interviewed Professor John Buchanan in a story about the trade union Royal Commission into negotiations Federal Opposition Leader Bill Shorten made as a top official with the Australian Workers Union.

  • Would you pay $85 for a ghostwritten essay? 17 Jun 2015

    Triple J Hack

    Staff Member: John Shields

    Professor John Shields was interviewed on Triple J's Hack program on the issue of ghost writing and plagiarism in the Australian higher education sector.

  • Essay fraud hard to detect 17 Jun 2015

    The Australian

    Staff Member: John Shields

    Professor John Shields was quoted in an article by the Australian about ghost-written essays across higher education.

  • The little green elixir that has Elle Macpherson in raptures 15 Jun 2015

    Herald Sun

    Staff Member: Rohan Miller

    Dr Rohan Miller is quoted in a Herald Sun article about how people are becoming better educated at looking after themselves and the growing desire to lead healthier lives.

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