Author Archives: Marcia Devlin

About Marcia Devlin

I am an award-winning leader, company director, board member, adjunct professor, international consultant, researcher, writer and speaker.

We need to change our thinking on university ‘drop-outs’

This article was first published in The Conversation. The federal government released its latest figures on completion rates at Australian universities earlier this year. It shows that students who study off campus, are on a part-time course, are older, Indigenous, from disadvantaged … Continue reading

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