The University has indicated that there will be no departmental closures or staff redundancies, although it has not made any commitments to reducing its reliance on casual staff.
On a hermeneutically pernicious encounter in the Quad.
“It helps us to think about a different, maybe better world.”
Subjects that are at risk of being cut include many from Hebrew, Biblical & Jewish Studies, Visual Arts, Philosophy and more.
Only 80% of students will be able to do either honours or placement due to “staff redundancies and excessive demand.”
Reviewing the new first-year compulsory Arts unit.
UTS FASS Dean Alan Davison said that FASS would “need to adjust its academic staff profile”.
Students will automatically fail an assignment if they hand it in more than ten days late.
Honi soit qui mal y pense