Centre Reports

2013 Annual Report

8 July 2014

Read about the Centre's 2013 achievements in our Annual Report. Read report

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The 2013 United States Studies Centre - World Press Institute Fellowship Report

12 December 2013

Chief business correspondent for SKY News Business Carson Scott reports on the rigorous program of interviews, study, and reporting that spanned ten cities including New York, Washington DC, Los Angeles, and Chicago. Scott is the 2013 recipient of the US Studies Centre's Media Fellowship, in partnership with the World Press Institute. Read report

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Disruptive Education: Technology-Enabled Universities

1 August 2013

Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) are leading the greatest upheaval in university education since the advent of the printing press according to a new report co-authored by chief operating officer and research associate at the Centre Dr Sean Gallagher, together with the Dean of the Australian School of Business at the University of New South Wales, Professor Geoffrey Garrett. Read report

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2012 Annual Report

30 April 2013

Read about the Centre's 2012 achievements in our Annual Report. Read report

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The United States Studies Centre - World Press Institute Media Fellowship Report

11 December 2012

David King reports on the rigorous program of interviews, study, and reporting that spanned a dozen cities including New York, Washington DC, Los Angeles, and Chicago. David King is the 2012 recipient of the US Studies Centre's Media Fellowship, in partnership with the World Press Institute. Read report

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2011 Annual Report

1 October 2012

Read about the Centre's 2011 achievements in our Annual Report. Read report

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From university exports to the multinational university: The internationalization of higher education in Australia and the United States

1 August 2012

The US Studies Centre is partnering with the NSW Government to deliver a report on the future of international higher education and what it means for New South Wales, and more broadly for Australia. The Australian export education industry is a significant economic driver but diminishing returns have set in regarding the existing high volume/low cost model. In parallel with the Centre’s work, the NSW Government has set up a taskforce to ensure NSW is recognised as a high quality international education market into the future and our report will inform these policy settings. Read report

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The formation of Australian mining technology services and equipment suppliers

30 November 2011

by Don Scott-Kemmis

This study focuses on a specific issue – the development of the mining technology, services and equipment sector in Australia. It aims to outline the recent development of the sector, to assess the significance of the sector, and to identify the major factors that promote or impede its continuing development. Read report

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Entrepreneurship in Australia: the missing links

22 September 2011

by Dr Fiona Q Wood

The purpose of this report is to provide an evidence-based context for understanding the importance of entrepreneurship to Australia’s economic prosperity, its link to innovation and how Australia compares with its competitors in fostering an entrepreneurial culture and mindset, particularly through immigration and education. Read report

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US-Australian Research Collaboration Survey

5 July 2011

by Thomas Barlow

The goal of this report is to explain the nature of the US-­Australian research relationship, to review the scale and focus of recent collaborations, to analyse existing policy priorities, and to formulate ideas for nurturing constructive interactions in the future. Read report

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VIDEOS & INTERVIEWS

David Smith

Race, America and the Michael Brown shooting

The shooting of unarmed African-American teenager Michael Brown and the protests inspired by it have laid bare the racial divides that still persist across the US. Lecturer David Smith discusses the complex issues at play in Ferguson, Missouri.


Russell Trood

US marines in Australia spark debate

With the latest AUSMIN talks cementing an agreement to base 2,500 US marines in Darwin by 2017, Australia's north has become the focus of a debate around defence spending and priorities. Adjunct professor with the Centre's Defence and Security Program Russell Trood joins an expert panel to discuss the issue.

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