Whose University? Whose Culture?
Three podcasts, three views on university culture. Julia Horne talks with eminent university strategists Lisa Jackson-Pulver, Jennifer Barrett and Tim Soutphommasane about their own experiences in bringing about cultural change. The interviews form the basis of chapters in a new book, Australian Universities - A Conversation about Public Good , published by Sydney University Press.
The podcasts are brought to you by History of University Life Sydney Research Seminar in Higher Education. For more information about future events follow the History of University Life on Twitter @HULseminar.
Many thanks for the support and assistance for the podcast series provided by the School of Humanities, University of Sydney.

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Whose university? Whose culture? Interview with Professor Tim Soutphommasane

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