Archived News for Education Sector Professionals - November, 2014
An Australian National University (ANU) Nobel Prize laureate has added to his list of accolades, as part of a team awarded one of the science world's most highly valued prizes.
New revelations have woken up debate over a former Victorian Labor government's IT project, with reports that education department officials had shares in and even took jobs with the company given a $60 million government contract.
Engineering giant Bechtel has made one of the biggest single intakes of apprentices in the Australian history, signing up hundreds of new workers across three liquefied natural gas (LNG) plants.
Queensland’s Department of Science, Information Technology, Innovation and the Arts (DSITIA) has received top marks on a project that gives young PhD students a taste of life as a researcher.
The Federal Government has poured almost $100 million into Australian research, giving $30 million for university infrastructure and $70 million for 200 new research projects.