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Repurposing existing drugs to tackle the coronavirus has key advantages over developing a therapy from scratch.

ANU shuts down its campus

Australian National University has closed its campus for at least the next three months to combat the coronavirus.

university students

commentary

‘Time to use our strengths’

In periods of crisis like this, universities have a lot to offer their students and the community as a whole.

The Australian's Strategic Forum

Experts divided on social isolation

It’s not only the prime minister and state premiers who are split on how tough social distancing needs to be. So are the experts.

Generic shot of St John's College, University of Sydney.

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‘Don’t turn students into the streets’

Government warned that closing university student accommodation to prevent COVID-19 transmission will backfire.

Commentary

Governments need to hear all views

The Group of Eight says that a range of expert advice — which is not always in agreement — is what governments need in a crisis.

Vicki Thomson

This crisis could boost university enrolment

The coronavirus recession could make jobless people do what they did in previous downturns — enrol in university.

Andrew Norton

commentary

How to use this crisis for good

Here are four ways for universities to — eventually — create something worthwhile from the coronavirus crisis.

Higher Education

Unis, students cheer $550 relief

Nearly a quarter million students on Youth Allowance are eligible for the fortnightly $550 coronavirus supplement.

Commentary

commentary

‘Time to use our strengths’

In periods of crisis like this, universities have a lot to offer their students and the community as a whole.

Jana Bowden

Commentary

Governments need to hear all views

The Group of Eight says that a range of expert advice — which is not always in agreement — is what governments need in a crisis.

Vicki Thomson

This crisis could boost university enrolment

The coronavirus recession could make jobless people do what they did in previous downturns — enrol in university.

Andrew Norton

‘Challenges wherever you look’

There’s lots of questions but few answers yet for the problems the coronavirus is posing for tertiary education.

Tim Dodd Higher Education Editor

commentary

Stay open to change

Universities have a key role to play in dealing with this pandemic, says Australian National University chief Brian Schmidt.

Brian Schmidt Contributor

COVID RESPONSE

Wake up call for the planet

The coronavirus firmed up Victoria University’s resolve to improve the health of the planet through all of its work.

Corinne Reid

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March 24, 2020 March 24, 2020

Higher Education

Exchange students face an uncertain future

Patrick Cooke

Many Australians studying overseas decided to come home in a hurry with an uncertain future before them.

March 24, 2020

Higher Education

‘Challenges wherever you look’

Belinda Robinson

There’s lots of questions but few answers yet for the problems the coronavirus is posing for tertiary education.

March 24, 2020

Higher Education

Doctor entry test goes online

Doctor writing a medical prescription in hospital

Thousands of aspiring medical students face a six hour online test, after the regular entry test was cancelled due to COVID-19.

March 24, 2020

Property

Student housing provider confronts the virus

Craig Carracher

Student accommodation provider Scape wants to get bigger to confront the coronavirus threat more effectively.

March 24, 2020

Commentary

Stay open to change

Creative Country

Universities have a key role to play in dealing with this pandemic, says Australian National University chief Brian Schmidt.

March 24, 2020

Higher Education

‘Prodigiously energetic, fiercely intelligent’

SA academic and educator Professor Denise Bradley, vice-chancellor of University of South Australia.

Denise Bradley — a powerful educator, university leader, policy maker and mentor — who changed Australian higher education.

March 24, 2020

Higher Education

Uni meets border closure challenge

Southern Cross University vice chancellor and president Professor Adam Shoemaker on the Lismore Campus. PHOTO: Marc Stapelberg

Southern Cross University is meeting the challenge of working on both sides of the closed Queensland-NSW border.

March 23, 2020 March 23, 2020

Higher Education

Wake up call for the planet

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The coronavirus firmed up Victoria University’s resolve to improve the health of the planet through all of its work.

March 23, 2020

Higher Education

Amid the turmoil, a new uni head

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Pascale Quester will be the next vice-chancellor of Swinburne University, succeeding Linda Kristjanson in August.

March 23, 2020

Higher Education

Nation against tide on school closures

Professor Peter Collignon from the Australian National University Medical School in Canberra, in the ANU microbiology lab.

Victoria will close schools on Tuesday contravening the federal government’s insistence that closing schools could do more harm than good.

March 20, 2020 March 20, 2020

Higher Education

‘Her bullshit radar was excellent’

23/11/2006 NEWS: University of SA Vice Chancellor Denise Bradley at City West campus in Adelaide. She is retiring at the end of the year.

Denise Bradley, a fearless educator who led the review which expanded Australia’s university system, has died aged 77.

March 20, 2020

Higher Education

English schools in danger of collapse

English School Students

Australia’s multi-billion dollar ­English language teaching sector is going broke as foregn students head home because of the coronavirus.

March 18, 2020 March 18, 2020

Higher Education

Five more unis suspend teaching

Professor Brian Schmidt, vice-chancellor of the Australian National University

Five more universities will cease teaching for a week or more while they shift courses online.

March 18, 2020

Higher Education

International student work restrictions eased

Home Caregiver giving senior man lunch

Work restrictions on international students will be eased so they can relieve aged care workers stricken by the coronavirus.

March 18, 2020

Higher Education

Work experience on digital platforms the way of the future

Man texting on phone

Almost nine in 10 of all gig and freelance workers have a university or vocational qualification.

March 18, 2020

Higher Education

Hard task to rise up the rankings

Professor Ian Jacobs

UNSW has launched a new university ranking. It shows the world’s top 20 institutions are all but set in stone.

March 18, 2020

Higher Education

Roo-m for expansion in Indonesia

UCQ

Central Queensland University quietly opened the first Australian university campus in Indonesia this week, despite the coronavirus.

March 18, 2020

Higher Education

‘The dull lecture could be dead’

Large group of students learning in classroom.

The coronavirus is forcing universities to put nearly all their courses online and that could change education forever.

March 17, 2020 March 17, 2020

Higher Education

Colombo Plan falls victim to travel bans

Hon Julie Bishop MP

The government-backed plan, which sends Australian students overseas, has slowed to a near halt.

March 17, 2020

Higher Education

Universities’ plight has a Churchillian flavour

Great Britain Prime Minister Winston Churchill in 1941.

“Now this is not the end. It is not even the beginning of the end. But it is, perhaps, the end of the beginning.”

March 17, 2020

World

Scientists glimpse sign of virus weakening

Prof Linfa Wang at CSIRO Geelong

A team of Singapore-based scientists find the first glimmer of hope that COVID-19 is mutating into a less virulent strain.

March 17, 2020

Nation

Uni staff eager for call-up

UQ

Australia’s top universities are ­offering Scott Morrison their best researchers to fight the corona­virus.

March 17, 2020

Higher Education

Virus stalls study abroad programs

45 Nursing Science students from four USC campuses (Sunshine Coast, Fraser Coast, Gympie and Caboolture) who will complete clinical placements in Indonesia, starting from this month, with funding support from the Australian Government's New Colombo Plan Mobility Program.

The advent of the coronavirus has suddenly curtailed a whole range of academic credit bearing student mobility programs.

March 17, 2020

Higher Education

Med students in limbo over exam

Doctors are working with CT scan in hospital

Aspiring medical students are in limbo as they wait to see if the Graduate Medical School Admissions Test will take place.

March 17, 2020

Higher Education

Macquarie Uni suspends classes

Macquarie Uni

Universities across Australia are pausing classes for days or weeks while they retool themselves for online teaching.

March 17, 2020

Higher Education

Uni ‘deep cleaned’ after Dutton visit

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When Peter Dutton revealed he had coronavirus the University of the Sunshine Coast rushed to disinfect its campus.

March 17, 2020

Higher Education

Door opens for digital delivery of learning

Keith Houghton and Mark Clisby

The coronavirus is causing significant disruption but the crisis could be the catalyst for major positive change.

March 16, 2020 March 16, 2020

Higher Education

No classes while uni shifts online

Vice Chancellor Peter Hoj

Uni of Queensland takes the radical step of cancelling classes for a week to retool itself for online learning.

March 14, 2020 March 14, 2020

Inquirer

Uni censors excel themselves

Generation Liberty campus coordinator Laura Glase, right, at a stall at the University of Sydney. Supplied

Today, the most brazen opponents of free speech within universities are those who control student unions.

March 14, 2020

Nation

Chaos as Harvard puts classes online

Harvard University student, Hamish Nicholson.

For Australian Hamish Nicholson, the past few days at Harvard University have been a mess.

Higher Education Editor

Tim Dodd is The Australian's higher education editor. He has over 25 years experience as a journalist covering a wide variety of areas in public policy, economics, politics and foreign policy, including reporting from the Canberra press gallery and four years based in Jakarta as South East Asia correspondent for The Australian Financial Review. He was named 2014 Higher Education Journalist of the Year by the National Press Club.

Higher Education Editor

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