Organisation

Australasian Council of Deans of Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities

Acronym
DASSH

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Submission

20 Nov 2015

In order to be competitive domestically and internationally, Australia needs to produce graduates with the skills and knowledge required for employment in their various fields. The quality of our higher education providers has a direct impact on the quality of our students. While there are...

Submission

31 Aug 2015

The current research training system (RTS) seems to be working reasonably well, producing high quality and innovative researchers in the Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities (ASSH). One challenge that the sector faces is ensuring the appropriateness of Higher Degree by Research (HDR) scholarship, for those...

Submission

31 Jul 2015

Introduction

We agree that the sciences are an integral part of our society and our economy and that a robust strategy to develop science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) capacity, at all levels, is required to ensure Australia remains competitive and relevant in...

Discussion paper

Submission

31 Jul 2015

DASSH supports the Program’s objectives set out on page 3 of the guidelines, especially in regard to the creation of “a wide range of quality arts and cultural experiences” as well as the focus on developing arts and cultural initiatives and on ensuring access to...

Submission

17 Jul 2015

The Australasian Council of Deans of Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities (DASSH) welcomes the opportunity to make a submission in response to the Senate Legal and Constitutional Affairs References Committee inquiry into the impact of the 2014 and 2015 Commonwealth Budget decisions on the Arts,...

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Discussion paper

Submission

11 Feb 2016

The focus of DASSH’s submission is on how the research and innovation sector, including the arts, social sciences and humanities, can better assist in overcoming Australia’s geographic, economic and labour challenges, with a focus on commercialisation, including how technology imports and exports could be further...

Submission

20 Nov 2015

In order to be competitive domestically and internationally, Australia needs to produce graduates with the skills and knowledge required for employment in their various fields. The quality of our higher education providers has a direct impact on the quality of our students. While there are...

Submission

31 Aug 2015

The current research training system (RTS) seems to be working reasonably well, producing high quality and innovative researchers in the Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities (ASSH). One challenge that the sector faces is ensuring the appropriateness of Higher Degree by Research (HDR) scholarship, for those...

Discussion paper

Submission

31 Jul 2015

DASSH supports the Program’s objectives set out on page 3 of the guidelines, especially in regard to the creation of “a wide range of quality arts and cultural experiences” as well as the focus on developing arts and cultural initiatives and on ensuring access to...

Submission

31 Jul 2015

Introduction

We agree that the sciences are an integral part of our society and our economy and that a robust strategy to develop science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) capacity, at all levels, is required to ensure Australia remains competitive and relevant in...

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