A new study of 844 veterinary students showed that the species they hoped to work with played a bigger role than gender, farming background, or animal handling experience in determining which sector they intended to work in post-study.
Research undertaken in the nation’s universities not only delivers in terms of quality but also delivers in terms of real-world impact on the everyday lives of Australians, the global community and business and industry – as verified by the Federal Government’s first assessment of research…
Imagine hanging out in a rainforest with orang-utans without having to leave your lounge room. Then imagine how the impact of threats to their habitat may become more real to you as a result.
WA financial institution Bankwest has taken new steps to actively foster talent and grow the data science community in WA, with the establishment of an intern program and a graduate development program, both in data science.
A Charles Sturt University (CSU) academic who has inspired generations of agriculture students, contributed to the development of conservation farming, and shaped education policy has been honoured on Australia Day.
The agriculture industry’s campaign to save the Longreach and Emerald ag colleges is gathering momentum, with Queensland Agriculture Minister Furner committing to consider an industry-led solution in the new year. AgForce has been driving the ‘hand them back’ campaign on behalf of the agriculture industry…
Gender pay inequality prevalent among graduates, study finds. Getting a university degree is still the route to earning the most money across a working life, a KPMG Australia report Is tertiary education worth it?, shows.
Charles Darwin University has won a national excellence award for a series of research projects designed to better understand the needs of Indigenous Territorians in higher education.
In partnership with four leading scientific societies, collectively representing nearly 300,000 members, the Materials Research Society (MRS) has received funding from the National Science Foundation (NSF) to strengthen U.S. science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) by broadening the participation of underrepresented groups.