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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

For the first-time, the University will undertake a 24-hour challenge to raise funds for two important causes - access to education and medical research. The challenge is called Pave the Way and will take place over a 24-hour period from 12am and 11.59pm on Tuesday 16 September 2014. More

The University launched an exciting new resource last week, providing an extensive, searchable database of biographies and archival information about members of the University community involved in the First World War. More

Building apps, dissecting molluscs, investigating crime: these were just some of the activities on offer for more than 550 Year 8 students at last week's Compass Investig8 Uni. More