Professor Lisa Jackson Pulver departs Western Sydney University for the role
The controversial programme is championed by former prime ministers Tony Abbott and John Howard and was rejected by the ANU earlier this year
Internal sources reveal divisions over policy and leadership
The policy includes a sexual assault reporting portal that has been widely criticised
The ANU says it backed out of a partnership with the conservative institute after it sought "unprecedented" control over its proposed western civilisation course.
The National Union of Students is organising a sneaky protest, which you can support from your favourite armchair.
Faced with a culture of racism and toxicity, the Presidents of USyd's postgrad student union are calling on the University Senate to intervene.
Not a boy, not yet a man.
Katie Thorburn has been very naughty.
In an Academic Board meeting held on campus on Tuesday, Spence revealed that a third report containing first-person experiences was withheld from the public.