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Eva Kimonis

8/7/2018
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UNSW's Eva Kimonis discusses a new program, aimed at curbing antisocial behaviours in young children.

Duration:00:21:36

Sue Thomson

8/1/2018
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Teens increasingly believe they won't go to uni. ACER'S Dr Sue Thomson explains why that's problematic.

Duration:00:07:39

Matthew Lesh, IPA

6/28/2018
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Matthew Lesh of the Institute of Public Affairs on Free speech on campus

Duration:00:34:59

Katherine Gelber, University of Queensland

6/28/2018
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Professor Katherine Gelber talks free speech at universities

Duration:00:12:42

CR Geoffrey Miller pt 2

6/27/2018
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Dr Geoffrey Miller, Associate professor of Psychology at the University of New Mexico. Part 2 of his conversation with Campus Review

Duration:00:25:26

CR Geoffrey Miller pt 1

6/27/2018
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Dr Geoffrey Miller, Associate professor of Psychology at the University of New Mexico puts forward the Neurodiversity case for free speech

Duration:00:43:15

Dawn Freshwater

6/17/2018
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UWA VC Dawn Freshwater talks to Campus Review

Duration:00:05:20

Fran Martin

6/4/2018
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The University of Melbourne's Associate Professor Fran Martin tells us about her longitudinal study of the everyday lives of Chinese women international students in Australia.

Duration:00:30:34

Fran Martin

6/4/2018
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Fran Martin by CampusReview

Duration:00:30:34

Damien Kingsbury

5/29/2018
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Professor of International Politics, Damien Kingsbury, has been observing Timor-Leste's elections for decades. Here, he speaks about his experiences.

Duration:00:23:41

Phil Ruthven

5/22/2018
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Futurist and IBISWorld founder Phil Ruthven shares his predictions for young people's lives.

Duration:00:28:05

Rhonda Oliver

5/3/2018
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Translanguaging sounds complicated, but it's not, Professor Rhonda Oliver assures. The chatty Curtin University Professor explains how this language strategy can be used to help multilingual kids excel in all languages.

Duration:00:07:56

Starting Somewhere

4/23/2018
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Producer Buffy Gorilla and University of Melbourne Associate Professor of Sociology, Dan Woodman, chat with Campus Review about Starting Somewhere: a new podcast about internships and the industries that facilitate them.

Duration:00:15:22

Hugh Kearns

4/19/2018
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Mental health issues among graduate research students are becoming more prevalent - and visible - than ever. Flinders University's Hugh Kearns explains why.

Duration:00:42:11

Jason Lodge

4/16/2018
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Confused? You might be after hearing that perplexity can be a good thing. UQ's Jason Lodge explains.

Duration:00:13:01

Stefanie Schurer

3/18/2018
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Does university make you more socially skilled, and therefore more job-ready (or even happier)? Listen to an interview with USYD Associate Professor Stefanie Schurer to find out.

Duration:00:36:25

Katie Acheson

2/19/2018
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In many ways, life is harder for the current generation of young people. For those from disadvantaged backgrounds, it's more difficult still, and the VET sector, a pathway to employment for many, could be doing more to assist. Katie Acheson, CEO of Youth Action, explains.

Duration:00:11:02

Emy Carr, EC Integrators

1/22/2018
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Digital data expert Emy Carr discusses the implications of the digital era and why universities need to better manage and secure their data.

Duration:00:06:12

Conor King

8/7/2017
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According to Conor King, executive director of the Innovative Research Universities, the government thinks they're rolling in cash. He explains why that's not the case, and critically, how that misconception affects funding arrangements.

Duration:00:15:04

Daniel Edwards

7/27/2017
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"We don't have something amazing or controversial to say, its sort of just, 'here are some extra facts we found out'". ACER tertiary education research director Dr Daniel Edwards, in typical number cruncher fashion, was being modest when he said this. His data reveals something important indeed: the ratio of migrants to local graduates in Australia, including in the job market.

Duration:00:25:52