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Andrew Cumpston Australia

Australia Category: Embassy Location: Makati City

 

Embassy of Australia Level 23, Tower II, RCBC Plaza, 6819 Ayala Avenue, Makati City, 1226 Philippines

 

Website: http://www.philippines.embassy.gov.au

 

Mr. Andrew Cumpston and his wife Ms. Alexa Zivkovic

First Secretary (Development and Cooperation)

 

 

Occasional Papers Series  2003

 

01A Atlas of Higher Education:  A community focus

Full Report (website)

Authors - Andrew Cumpston, Ross Blakers, Chris Evans, Maureen Maclachlan, Tom Karmel & Steve Garlick

Andrew is a distant cousin

Bib ID 2636898  Format Book ,  Online  

Online Versions http://www.detya.gov.au/uniatlas/paper/default.htm   

Description Canberra : Dept. of Education, Training and Youth Affairs, Higher Education Division, 2001.  iii, 145 p. : ill., maps, ; 25 cm.  

 

ISBN 0642457034  0642457042 (Internet copy)  

 

Series Occasional paper series (Australia. Dept. of Education, Training and Youth Affairs. Higher Education Division) ; 01/A.  

 

Full contents 1. Introduction -- 2. Emergence of the learning community -- 3. The ways universities contribute to societal outcomes in the local and regional community -- 3.1. Economic competitveness -- 3.2. Urban and rural regeneration -- 3.3. Regional labour markets -- 3.4. Access to learning -- 3.5. Culture -- 3.6. Health and social wellbeing -- 3.7. Sustainability -- 3.8. Regional governance -- 4. What regional communities offer higher education institutions -- 4.1. Leadership and strategic focus -- 4.2. Network building -- 4.3. Marketing and promotion -- 4.4. Joint sharing of facilities -- 4.5. Community attitudes to learning -- 5. Conclusion.  

Notes "March 2001".

 

"DETYA No. 6672HERC01A".

 

Subjects Education, Higher - Demographic aspects - Australia - Statistics.  |  Education, Higher - Sociological aspects - Australia - Statistics.

 

Other Authors Cumpston, Andrew  |  Australia. Dept. of Education, Training and Youth Affairs. Higher Education Division