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New AUS President

The recent Annual Conference of the Association of University Staff (AUS) confirmed the election of Dr Grant Duncan as National President for 2002. Dr Duncan takes up office on 1 January 2002.

Dr Duncan is a senior lecturer in public policy at Massey University, Albany.

Dr Duncan says that there will be many challenges for AUS members in 2002.

“We will be actively engaging with Government over the substantial reforms of tertiary education that are in the pipeline,” he said.

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