There’s been a little coming and going on GUPSA’s Board last month.
GGRS experts-in-residence services news
Brisbane City Council launches new videos on safety
The Brisbane City Council has launched two new videos about personal safety in Brisbane for everyone living in or visiting our city.
Connecting the future in parliament
Today, I had the pleasure of meeting with Labor MP Terri Butler.
Senators say “NO” to Fees on PhDs
The Council of Australian Postgraduate Associations (CAPA) is celebrating an enthusiastic response from the new Senate to their No Fees on PhDs campaign, with seven Senators in two days pledging to vote against Research Training Scheme cuts.
Tertiary transport concession card
Queensland police minister Jack Dempsey responds to safety petition
Students pleased with plans for safety education program in Brisbane
The postgraduate students community at Griffith University is pleased that Brisbane Lord Mayor Graham Quirk has promised to set aside $10.9 million for a safety education program following the murder of French student Sophie Collombet near the William Jolly Bridge on March 28.
English Language Testing: Choice is in your Hands
Message from the Council of International Students Australia (CISA)
Lifelong learning could be nipped in the bud under university changes
Australians like to learn. According to data provided by the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS), last year alone an estimated 2.9 million people were enrolled in formal study. Approximately 1.2 million of these students were working towards a bachelor, master or even a doctoral degree at one of Australia’s universities.