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  • ATN welcomes crucial student support

    24 March 2020
    Australian Technology Network of Universities (ATN) today supports the Government’s announcement that students will now be eligible for the $550 fortnightly coronavirus supplement payments. Read more
  • ATN Joint Statement on Authentic Assessment

    29 January 2020
    ATN is committed to innovation in teaching, learning and assessment to best prepare graduates for the workplace. ATN universities already proudly deliver Australia’s most work-ready graduates. We recognise the importance of equipping graduates with employability skills that industry requires,... Read more
  • A shared vision for the future of Australian education

    12 December 2019
    Today’s endorsement of The Alice Springs (Mparntwe) Education Declaration by all seven of Australia’s state and territory education ministers and the federal Minister for Education, Dan Tehan, puts diversity, inclusivity and equity as the path forward for Australia’s education future. All ATN... Read more
  • Better coordinated tertiary policy to drive jobs through new Department: ATN

    5 December 2019
    Australian Technology Network of Universities (ATN) welcomes upcoming machinery of government changes announced today by the Prime Minister. Read more
  • ATN driving stronger links with India through collaboration in education and research

    20 November 2019
    With the number of Indian students studying at Australian universities soaring by more than 34 per cent last year, now is the time to strengthen our partnerships and build new ones with one of the world’s fastest growing economies. Read more
  • Critical balance achieved in development of foreign interference guidelines: ATN

    14 November 2019
    The guidelines released today by the University Foreign Interference Taskforce provide a valuable foundation from which Australia’s universities can now confidently collaborate internationally. Read more
  • ATN NCP Announcement

    24 October 2019
    Following the announcement by the Minister for Foreign Affairs last week regarding the 2020 New Colombo Plan Scholarships, ATN is pleased to announce our successful awarding of New Colombo Plan (NCP) funding for the ATN Technology and Innovation Internships to Indonesia. ATN has secured multi-year... Read more
  • Priscilla – A journey across the desert

    21 October 2019
    After two long years of work designing, testing and collaborating across Australia, the Australian Technology Network of Universities (ATN) in partnership with QUT made it to Darwin on 13 October for the start of the Bridgestone World Solar Challenge – as the ATN Solar Car team. Read more
  • ATN universities honoured to receive ARC Future Fellowship Grants

    17 October 2019
    The Australian Technology Network of Universities (ATN) is proud that our universities received over $10million worth of grants from the Australian Research Council (ARC) to enable them to continue their vital work on research with impact. Read more
  • The Queen of the Desert is on her way

    14 October 2019
    As the hot sun rose in Darwin on Saturday, the Australian Technology Network of Universities (ATN) Solar Car team was putting on the final touches to ‘Priscilla’, a cruiser class solar car built over the past year in collaboration with five universities. Priscilla showcases what can be done as a... Read more