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Issue 17 - June 25, 2012
Issue 17 reports some recent wins for our engagement with Asia through signed Memorandum's of Understanding (MOU). Dr Sally Hewat, senior lecturer in Speech Pathology, recently took the first ever formal intensive stuttering treatment to Vietnam and developed new opportunites for professionals and researchers. UON Singapore has signed a MOU with the educational and training entity NTUC LearningHub, which is part of Singapore's National Trade Union Congress. This partnership means that UONS can deliver academic programs and provide specialized training across many sectors critical to Singapore's growth.
Do you wish that you could express yourself in a fresh way? We tell you about an excellent opportunity to improve your workplace expression and sense of personal balance.
FROM THE VC's DESK talks about our inclusion in two global rankings and investment in research.
Make sure you check out Hot topics for ALL staff so that you are up-to-date with the latest developments of the Australian Qualifications Framework and the change to programs at UoN.
Also, did you know that MOE prevented a recent international IT security issue at UoN? That's the power of MOE!
In the Loop also gives you an update on our Global Corporate Challenge teams and how many hamburgers they have burnt off.
The Student Services and Amenities Fee (SSAF) begins Semester 2. It's important that all staff know where to point students if they are asked a question.
The legendary Autonomy Day has changed to a week of festivites for staff and students - don't miss it this year!
There are important notifications about organisational change, policy updates and the next consultative committee meeting.
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