Monday, 27 February 2012

Hawkesbury. Objection to suspension

University of Western Sydney Hawkesbury alumni chairman, Anthony Martin, has objected to the suspension of the agriculture course at the campus “The UWS structure does nothing to foster the land sciences and this has been an ongoing problem for years,” Mr Martin said. He said it was upsetting to see that a university which once focused on food and agriculture was now more focused on promoting everything but what it stands for. According to the Dean of the School of Science and Health, Professor Gregory Kolt, demand for the agriculture programs at UWS has been decreasing for a number of years in line with national trends.



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