Australia has the potential to be a nation of engineering and manufacturing excellence.
In a submission to the Senate Economics References Committee, Swinburne state that the closure of Australia's automotive manufacturing industry should be seen as a catalyst to transform and grow this sector into new and prosperous areas. Swinburne supports the government's Industry Growth Centres Initiative to create the policies that will support industry to grow.
Swinburne’s submission to the Australian Government’s discussion paper Boosting the Commercial Returns of Research was dedicated to our late Deputy Vice-Chancellor (R&D), Professor George Collins. In the submission, Swinburne argues that the single biggest factor in a university’s success in securing strong commercial outcomes is the culture of innovation created by the university itself.
A number of mechanisms have been proposed to moderate likely fee increases from 2016. This resource presents how each of the proposed mechanisms would work and how strongly each would operate to produce downward pressure on prices set by higher education providers following deregulation. October 2014.
This is a joint submission to the Department of Broadband, Communications and the Digital Economy from Professor Leon Sterling, Dean Faculty of Information and Communication Technologies and President, Australian Council of Deans of ICT. January 2013.
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