Draft Change Proposal deals another blow to the University’s flailing support services
The election will take place in May and the race is looking tight.
Critics are concerned that the new model will shift power “away from academic representation to greater dominance by university management.”
It will be the first Student General Meeting since 2007.
The courses will be replaced by a single new degree to “ensure the long term sustainability” of the University’s postgraduate programs.
The proposal would see the introductory week replaced with an extended online orientation, with no change to fees or the amount of course content.
The ‘uberisation’ of universities was criticised for degrading education and the lives of staff.
Few of the recommendations from the Royal Commission into Aboriginal Deaths in Custody have been implemented.
The action also called for the support of women and survivors at work, and their independence at home.
The UTSSA President and Executive have been criticised for imposing sanctions on the Education Action Group, their lack of transparency, and cuts to Vertigo’s budget.