Expanding research commercialisation presents new challengesHigher Education Insight, Research Administration
Universities are set up to optimise funding from student enrolments, not to prioritise research commercialisation. Scaling up research commercialisation will require nuanced policy and a cultural shift.
The 3 reasons why Australia is turning to microcredentialsHigher Education Insight, Research Administration
Bite-sized certifications provide accessible up-skilling to Australian workers and lower risk for employers.
How can Australian universities improve their ability to adapt to regulatory uncertainty?Research Administration
Superficially small, ground-level changes can improve the adaptability of a whole organisation. For universities, cultural change, supporting staff and co-workers, and ensuring high-quality professional communication can make all the difference.
Well managed technology solutions reduce overwork for academic staffResearch Administration
Occupational stress among academic staff is at an all-time high, but technology can help alleviate the burden.
The Top 3 Things Universities Must Do to Thrive in 2021Research Administration, News
Universities must learn to fully embrace being online, the opportunities afforded by research commercialisation, and administrative flexibility to succeed.
Massey University Te Kunenga ki Pūrehuroa (Massey) has successfully upgraded to ResearchMaster Enterprise Version 7.5.1 (RME 7.5.1)Research Administration, News
The upgrade from RME5 to RME7 is a significant change and represents a major improvement to the university’s research management administration.
In the wake of Australia’s Foreign Relations (State and Territory Arrangements) Bill 2020 research administration is more important than everResearch Administration
Australia’s Foreign Relations (State and Territory Arrangements) Bill 2020 is the latest piece of legislation concerning foreign interference and national security at a federal level. It requires that states, territories, local governments and public universities notify the Federal Minister for Foreign Affairs of their foreign arrangements, with the aim of ensuring that such arrangements do not adversely affect Australia’s foreign relations and are consistent with Australia’s foreign policy.