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Australasian Council of Deans of Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities

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DASSH

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16 Dec 2013

The Australasian Council of Deans of Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities (DASSH) supports the position of Universities Australia in relation to the review of the Demand Driven System for funding places at Australasian Universities. DASSH shares the Minister’s expressed concern to expand...

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30 Jun 2014

DASSH broadly endorses the proposed revisions to the Higher Education Standards Framework (HESF). The proposed HESF presents a more streamlined, coherent and accessible approach than the existing Framework. The introduction of the Standards for Higher Education, replacing aspects of the current...

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04 Jul 2014

The Australasian Council of Deans of Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities (DASSH) has some concerns at some of the proposed changes to the ARC Discovery Program funding rules. These concerns relate to the proposals for cross-scheme limits in the Discovery Program schemes and to the eligibility...

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22 Sep 2014

The Australasian Council of Deans of Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities (DASSH) represents humanities, arts and social science (HASS) disciplines across 36 Australian universities. While these universities differ in their responses to the proposed deregulation of higher education, there is...

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28 Nov 2014

The Australasian Council of Deans of Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities (DASSH) note the four ambitions of the Competitiveness Agenda (p. 2). In addition, we also acknowledge the four elements used to illustrate the claim that Australia has a poor knowledge transfer base (p. 4).

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04 Feb 2015

DASSH welcomes the Australian Government’s acceptance of the recommendation to create a single higher education research data collection system contained in the PhillipsKPA “Review of the Reporting Requirements for Universities”.

DASSH is strongly supportive of Option 1, as it would...

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20 Feb 2015

While DASSH welcomes the government’s willingness to negotiate on some of the proposed amendments to the Higher Education and Research Reform Amendment Bill 2014 put forward by members of the Senate, including the decision to retain the current the HECS-HELP repayments at the Consumer Price...

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27 Feb 2015

The Australasian Council of Deans of Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities (DASSH) acknowledges that higher education policies need to be adjusted and be relevant in an ever-­changing environment. We welcome the opportunity to reform and simplify the current system enabling both universities and...

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22 May 2015

Australia has long been seen as a favoured destination for international students. The high quality of our education, and the appeal of the Australian lifestyle has attracted more than 2.5 million international students to our shores over the past half century. As our largest services export, it...

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13 Jul 2015

While DASSH recognises that there are a number of strengths and weaknesses with the current grants, fellowships and awards and other programmes delivered by the OLT, we question the need for a new learning and teaching institute especially as there was no indication that the OLT was not...

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Pageview Total: 165

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16 Dec 2013

The Australasian Council of Deans of Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities (DASSH) supports the position of Universities Australia in relation to the review of the Demand Driven System for funding places at Australasian Universities. DASSH shares the Minister’s expressed concern to expand...

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30 Jun 2014

DASSH broadly endorses the proposed revisions to the Higher Education Standards Framework (HESF). The proposed HESF presents a more streamlined, coherent and accessible approach than the existing Framework. The introduction of the Standards for Higher Education, replacing aspects of the current...

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Submission

04 Jul 2014

The Australasian Council of Deans of Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities (DASSH) has some concerns at some of the proposed changes to the ARC Discovery Program funding rules. These concerns relate to the proposals for cross-scheme limits in the Discovery Program schemes and to the eligibility...

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Discussion paper

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22 Sep 2014

The Australasian Council of Deans of Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities (DASSH) represents humanities, arts and social science (HASS) disciplines across 36 Australian universities. While these universities differ in their responses to the proposed deregulation of higher education, there is...

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Submission

28 Nov 2014

The Australasian Council of Deans of Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities (DASSH) note the four ambitions of the Competitiveness Agenda (p. 2). In addition, we also acknowledge the four elements used to illustrate the claim that Australia has a poor knowledge transfer base (p. 4).

 ...

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Discussion paper

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04 Feb 2015

DASSH welcomes the Australian Government’s acceptance of the recommendation to create a single higher education research data collection system contained in the PhillipsKPA “Review of the Reporting Requirements for Universities”.

DASSH is strongly supportive of Option 1, as it would...

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Discussion paper

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20 Feb 2015

While DASSH welcomes the government’s willingness to negotiate on some of the proposed amendments to the Higher Education and Research Reform Amendment Bill 2014 put forward by members of the Senate, including the decision to retain the current the HECS-HELP repayments at the Consumer Price...

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Discussion paper

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27 Feb 2015

The Australasian Council of Deans of Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities (DASSH) acknowledges that higher education policies need to be adjusted and be relevant in an ever-­changing environment. We welcome the opportunity to reform and simplify the current system enabling both universities and...

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22 May 2015

Australia has long been seen as a favoured destination for international students. The high quality of our education, and the appeal of the Australian lifestyle has attracted more than 2.5 million international students to our shores over the past half century. As our largest services export, it...

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13 Jul 2015

While DASSH recognises that there are a number of strengths and weaknesses with the current grants, fellowships and awards and other programmes delivered by the OLT, we question the need for a new learning and teaching institute especially as there was no indication that the OLT was not...

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