The 2019 Discover Australia event was hosted by The University of Sydney, on Monday 1st July 2019.

This free networking event was open to all current and eligible Australian members and offered an opportunity to discuss reputation in Higher Education and current reputation issues facing Australian universities and around the globe.  

W100 shared insights about global university reputation gained through the research undertaken by the network. Recent projects have included how academics fill in rankings surveys, the role of reputation in PhD recruitment, and online global university brands. We also discussed new ways of measuring reputation beyond the rankings.

Event Highlights

Australian W100 Member Perspectives | Tania Rhodes-Taylor, Fiona Docherty, and Tracy Chalk

W100 Reputation Insights 1: Highlights from W100 research projects, including the role of reputation in PhD recruitment and how academics engage with reputation rankings | Mark Sudbury

New ways of measuring reputation: W100 Reputation Tracker | Mark Sudbury

Workshop: Current reputation challenges for Australian universities | Tania Rhodes-Taylor and Professor Marc Stears

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