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The system upgrade for myHRonline has been postponed until further notice. The system will be operating as usual on Thursday 2 and Friday 3 October. More

As the weather improves, it's a great chance to grab a coffee, have a walking meeting and check out the new installations and upgrades going on at your campus. More

Getting young students excited about maths can be a tough ask, but OLT citation recipient Dr Jennifer Way is proving that digital learning technologies are a vital part of the equation. More

Fiona Krautil, Director of Equity and Diversity Strategy, discusses the new Women's Career Acceleration and Leadership Strategy and upcoming symposium, plus what she thinks about Emma Watson's recent speech at the UN. More

ICT provide an update on an email which appeared received by staff which appeared to be legitimately sent by Australia Post but which contained the Cryptolocker malware. More

At his latest town hall meeting with the academic divisions, Vice-Chancellor and Principal Dr Michael Spence updated staff from the Faculty of Architecture, Design and Planning on the higher education reforms proposed under the federal budget, and answered questions from attendees about what the changes might mean for the University. More

Sarahjane Thompson, Executive Assistant at the University's National Centre for Cultural Competence (NCCC), tells us about her experience of having a disability at work and why she's part of the new Disability at Work Network. More

On 18 September the University experienced a technical issue impacting users' ability to login to the staff intranet, the wireless network and services such as myHRonline and PeopleSoft. More

Following my May message in Staff News about Senate's activity, I thought it might be of interest to update you on the Senate's annual retreat held at the end of August. This provided a valuable opportunity for Fellows of Senate to discuss the University's progress and future strategy with members of the senior executive group. More