Student awarded international science scholarshipon 09 December, 2013
Dow AgroSciences is proud to announce that Queensland high school student Amy Rose has been awarded the annual PICSE / Dow AgroSciences Travelling Scholarship Award for "Excellence in Science".
Eight million Aussies learn for work or funon 07 December, 2013
Around eight million people, or just under half of Australia's working age population, undertook some type of training or study in the last 12 months according to a new survey from the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS).
World of opportunity for international studentson 06 December, 2013
Students from the first International Student Leadership and Ambassador Program in Sydney have graduated to become fully-fledged City of Sydney student ambassadors.
People born overseas more likely to have qualificationson 05 December, 2013
The proportion of people born overseas that have a non-school qualification such as a degree or certificate is higher than for people born in Australia, a report by the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) shows.
Anti-association laws are ‘bad’ says academicon 02 December, 2013
Australians should never consent to laws which apply only to a particular section of the community, according to University of Western Sydney Professor Mike Head.
China's economic statecraft: turning wealth into poweron 29 November, 2013
China is using economic statecraft more frequently, more assertively and in more diverse fashion than ever before, according to northeast Asian politics senior lecturer Dr James Reilly from the University of Sydney.
Australian Made campaign launches resources for teachers and studentson 29 November, 2013
The latest research from the Primary Industries Education Foundation reveals primary school children have a poor understanding of where their food and manufactured products come from.
Archibull Prize winners revealedon 28 November, 2013
Art4Agriculture has announced winners of the 2013 Grand Champion Archibull Prize.
VET diploma back in conservation ‘n’ land managementon 26 November, 2013
There is now better news since the September 2013 announcement that The University of Canberra College (UCC) had decided that they will no longer have the VET Diploma in Conservation and Land Management (specialising in pest management) (Course Code: AHC51110) on their teaching scope.
John Kerin awarded Honorary Fellowshipon 22 November, 2013
Rural Leadership Foundation Board Chair Dr Wendy Craik recently awarded the Honourable John Kerin AM with an Honorary Fellowship for his contribution to rural Australia.