READ President Professor Catharine Coleborne and Professor Melissa Brown, President Australian Council of Deans of Science write on the importance of disciplinary collaboration to solve ‘wicked problems’.
READ our submission to the Productivity Commission review here. DASSH comments on the public and private benefit of education, university fees, government subsidy levels and teaching quality.
READ Employment outcomes of students enrolled in degrees in arts, social sciences and humanities have risen to 89.6 per cent – an increase of 25 percentage points. This figure challenges the assumptions behind the Federal Government’s Job-Ready Graduates package.
READ the National Cultural Policy Submission co-authored by DASSH, the Australian Council of Deans and Directors of Creative Arts and the Australian Council of University Art and Design Schools.