1. A Matter of Degrees - Professor Glyn Davis

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    Professor Glyn Davis, Vice Chancellor of the University of Melbourne, raised the prospect that the government's ambitious target to increase participation of low socio-economic status students in tertiary education is unlikely to be met. He also emphasised that addressing social disadvantage through education needed to start with early childhood and primary education. To order a copy of the complete speech please visit http://amatterofdegrees.com.au/videos/

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    • A Matter of Degrees - Professor Simon Marginson

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      Simon Marginson, Professor of Higher Education at the University of Melbourne, predicted that the Federal Budget would not be the funding panacea that the tertiary education sector desires, and that many of the recommendations of the Bradley and Cutler reviews would be postponed due to the global financial crisis. To order a copy of the complete speech please visit http://amatterofdegrees.com.au/videos/

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      • A new home for the Faculty of Architecture Building and Planning - Episode 1

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        Periodical updates from the Architects John Wardle and Nader Tehrani Episode 1 - June 2013 Introduction and closing comments by Andrew Middleton (Advancement Manager) Includes Discussions on: - Preserving the Facade - Construction of the new building - Design Considerations For further information and to become a building supporter please contact: Andrew Middleton T: +613 8344 3111 E: miaj@unimelb.edu.au http://www.abp.unimelb.edu.au/blog

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        • A new home for the Faculty of Architecture Building and Planning - Episode 2

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          Building Bridges to Industry through the Project Planning Studio Episode 2 – October 2013 Students of the capstone Project Planning Studio already enjoy the pedagogical benefits of the new Faculty of Architecture, Building and Planning building. The faculty and Brookfield Multiplex cooperate to provide the students with real life experience and insight into the construction process of a large scale, cutting edge building. For further information and to become a building supporter please contact: Andrew Middleton T: +613 8344 3111 E: miaj@unimelb.edu.au http://www.abp.unimelb.edu.au/blog

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          • A new home for the Faculty of Architecture Building and Planning - Episode 1

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            Credits: By Faculty ABP University of Melbourne

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            • Animal Welfare: Towards transdisciplinarity

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              Isabelle Veissier and Mara Miele

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              • Animal Welfare – where does science end and ethics begin?

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                Peter Sandøe Professor of Bioethics University of Copenhagen Denmark

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                • Answers to Creationist Nonsense - Dr James Bradley

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                  "A History of Creationism" presented by Dr James Bradley as part of the University of Melbourne Secular Society's "Answers to Creationist Nonsense" events. The event was held at 1 PM on the 18th of March, 2010. Permission was granted by Dr Bradley to post a video of the presentation and subsequent Q&A.

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                  • Art in the Library

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                    A short film highlighting the Art in the Library program at the University of Melbourne Library

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                    • Asialink ask students: What's your top spot in Melbourne?

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                      In this video Asialink ask some Asian international students to name their favorite place in Melbourne. This video was recorded at Orientation Week (February 22-26, 2010) at the University of Melbourne.

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