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The University of Melbourne
442 Auburn Road
The University of Melbourne is Australia's leading research university, based on a number of indicators. The Times Higher Education Supplement recognized Melbourne as Australia's leading university in technology teaching and research. The University - the
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Professor Chris Healy
South Pacific Museums: Experiments in Culture edited by Chris Healy and Andrea Witcomb (Monash University ePress)
publishing.monash.edu.au, 21 July 2014 [cached]
Edited by Chris Healy and Andrea Witcomb
Chris Healy teaches cultural studies at the University of Melbourne.
publications include Beasts of Suburbia (co-editor, Melbourne University Press
, 1994), From the Ruins of Colonialism (Cambridge University Press, 1997) and Cultural Studies Review (co-editor, 2002-06).
Chris Healy - The University of Melbourne
"It's honor inflation," Chris ...
www.themountainpress.com, 20 May 2015 [cached]
"It's honor inflation," Chris Healy, an associate professor at Furman University, told the Times, stressing that celebrating so many students as the best could leave them ill prepared for competition in college and beyond.
Rojstaczer co-authored the ...
www.theatlantic.com, 13 Jan 2015 [cached]
Rojstaczer co-authored the study with Christopher Healy, who teaches computer science at Furman University and said such inflation can ultimately undermine students' achievement.
"If you give everybody an A, either people are not going to take it seriously or those who do take it seriously might get the wrong impression," Healy
"Let's say my department finds out that we give far fewer As than some other department that we're competing against for students," Healy
Organising Committee: ...
www.csaa.asn.au, 3 Dec 2015 [cached]
Organising Committee: Chris Healy, Fran Martin, Scott McQuire, Angela Ndalianis, Nikos Papastergiadis, Audrey Yue.
Invited speakers include Professor Greg Noble (University of Western Sydney) and Associate Professor Chris Healy (University of Melbourne), with additional speakers to be confirmed.