Recent comments by Treasury about the way in which reality television renovation shows have created housing price bubbles illustrate the ways in which reality TV has the potential to alter our perceptions
Amelia Lemondhi – a NSW-based Translator/Interpreter – has been named recipient of the 2015 Professionals Australia Partnership scholarship. Amelia has been a member of the Association since mid-2014.
It’s important for professionals in any field to feel capable, confident and fulfilled at work and that they are valued and appreciated for what they do. Each of these factors helps give a sense of coping well at work.
The Minister for Industry and Science has released the report of the Miles Review of the Cooperative Research Centres (CRC) Program. The Review made a total of 18 recommendations. All the recommendations have been accepted by the Australian Government and will now be implemented.
A combination of cuts and some lifelines have meant a mixed budget for science this time around. Welcome to this Science bulletin which outlines some of the measures announced in last night’s Federal Budget.
Latest science activities and current issues in science including appointment of Dr. Bjorn Lomborg to the Climate Consensus Centre.
Professional Scientists Australia President Robyn Porter has welcomed the progress on science and R&D policy activity coming out of the 13 April Commonwealth Science Council (CSC) meeting.
It’s quite common for professionals to move into management because they have been seen as management material and they have assumed it would be a good career move.
As a twenty first century professional with most of your career ahead of you, career planning might seem like an outdated concept.
The word ‘development’ in the context of career development refers to the development of skills and competencies associated with your professional career advancement. It also refers to aspects of your development as a person.