The University's Integrity and Accountability Reform Program is well underway and an Interim Update highlights our significant progress.
This update is an important milestone in the evolution of our reform agenda, which has three core themes:
Messages to staff
Following the 2011 events giving rise to the resignations of Professors Greenfield and Keniger, the University of Queensland immediately commenced implementing a wide-reaching package of reforms to strengthen the integrity of its systems and...
The University of Queensland’s new Vice-Chancellor Professor Peter Høj says that the review of a past investigation involving the dental school shows that the Integrity and Accountability Reform Program is working.
There is no link between a former UQ staff member’s initial role in communicating information to the Chancellor, and the reorganisation of the University’s Assurance and Risk Management Services.
“Following a resounding and nation-leading result in competitive grants rounds and the recent evaluation of research excellence, the outcomes from a staff survey at The University of Queensland will be a key focus for 2013”, Vice-Chancellor Professor
A total of 309 applicants were offered places to commence study in the undergraduateentry MBBS Programs in 2011.