Appointments, achievements

Larry Neale is the new director of studies in QUTs business school. Professor Neale reports Bill Proud, who retired on Friday.

Miranda Rose is appointed to lead the National Health and Medical Research Council’s new Centre of Research Excellence on Aphasia at La Trobe U. She previously directed the university’s aphasia lab.

Curtin U is establishing a 40-strong centre to investigate “the future of work.” Mark Griffin will be director, joining from UWA.

Learning Management System, Blackboard has its own awards to “recognise honour and achievement” among users. Winning teams (with individuals way too numerous to mention) are:

Leading change: James Cook U, Western Sydney and Carey Baptist Grammar School, Victoria

Student success: one team and an individual, Jo Holland, from Western Sydney U and Deakin U.


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