Fourteen Vice-Chancellors received more than one million dollars in pay amid a crisis in university governance structure, allowing for conflict of interest to thrive.
Critics are concerned that the new model will shift power “away from academic representation to greater dominance by university management.”
SUSF’s incorporation takes its first victim
SUSF will allow greater university influence on its direction and student programs
The eviction has been planned behind closed doors on the basis of contentious work, health and safety advice
The University's most powerful body is getting new members
Tom Joyner reports
If the University of Sydney really intends to be run like a corporation, it should start behaving like one, writes Alexi Polden.
Tom Joyner reports.