Professor Glyn Davis AC, the University of Melbourne's Vice-Chancellor, delivered the 2006 Redmond Barry Lecture on Monday 17 July. He outlined how the University will combat intense domestic and international competition for students and staff by refocusing its research activities, and teaching professional courses at the postgraduate level. He explained the thinking behind this strategy, and its implications for Australian higher education.
Professor Glyn Davis is the Vice-Chancellor of the University of Melbourne, Foundation Chair of the Australia and New Zealand School of Government, and President of the Group of Eight, representing Australia’s leading research universities.
This lecture can be accessed via transcript or audio file from the link below.