In Features this morning
Angel Calderon on the new NTU research ranking. “Australian university leaders are likely to be pleasantly surprised by the results from these subject rankings. Despite the criticisms that global rankings are irrelevant, pointless, and out of depth, these results reinforce subject areas of strength (and areas of relative weakness) across institutions,” he writes.
plus Paul Oslington (Alphacrucis University College) on five dysfunctions of academic governance – and what to do about them, HERE
and, while universities work on grand-plans there are three big things they can do now. Tim Winkler (Twig Marketing)s sets them out.