There’s more in the Mail

In Features this morning

Angel Calderon (RMIT) on this year’s Good Universities Guide ranking – the institutions that do well, the way the metrics work and the GUG’s enduring achievement.

Plus, James Guthrie (Macquarie U) digs into the UTS annual report to discover how the big building programme was funded – but not how many jobs COVID-19 has cost,

And Merlin Crossley (UNSW) explains how science would have found other ways to fight COVID-19 without vaccines. It is what a “high-quality knowledge agenda” makes possible.

As well as a timely oped that bunch of uni marketers promoting GUG outcomes need to read, With Jason Brown and Peter McIlveen who suggest  measuring student and graduate experience of study is important to quality assurance but are no measure of employment outcomes.