In Features this morning
Ryan Naylor (Uni Sydney) on what students and academics expect from each other, (it’s more in-line than you might think). This week’s selection in Commissioning Editor Sally Kift’s series on what we need now in teaching and learning.
Merlin Crossley (UNSW) on friendship among academics easy to make, long to last and a pleasure to be part of.
Angel Calderon (RMIT) crunches the numbers on the QS subject rankings to show why they are an impressive result for the much of a much-ness Australian university system.
In the third CMM selection from his new book, John H Howard (UTS) suggests innovating is the answer for HE in strife.