Huawei Australia and the Australian Technology Network of Universities (ATN) today celebrated the achievements of the students selected for the Huawei undergraduate program: Seeds for the Future.
Australia is in danger of being left behind as world economies find better ways to innovate to remain competitive.
That’s the finding of an important report, which calls for universities and research organisations to embrace new ways of collaborating with industry.
Student equity and employability in the context of the deregulation debate will be the focus of the Australian Technology Network of Universities (ATN) annual conference in Melbourne at RMIT today.
“Our philosophy is about putting students first, and students will participate as panellists...
With Parliament rising today, the Australian Technology Network of Universities (ATN) welcomes the opportunity to negotiate with Senators over the summer break to deliver a world-class and equitable higher education system.
ATN Director Renee Hindmarsh said “the ATN welcomes the moves by...
The ATN Research Industry Advisory Board provides regular industry insight to the higher education and research sector.
The Board welcomes and supports the objectives of the Government’s Boosting commercial returns from research (BCRR) discussion paper.
The Australian Technology Network of Universities (ATN) today renewed its call to the Senate to deliver a sustainable and accessible higher education sector by passing a modified version of the Higher Education and Research Reform Amendment Bill.
ATN Executive Director, Renee Hindmarsh, said...