UNE's Vice Chancellor Brigid Heywood highlights the importance of regional education for regional Australians

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By Gemma Purves
Updated July 4 2021 - 5:23pm, first published August 27 2020 - 7:00pm
UNE Vice Chancellor Brigid Heywood believes regional universities can anchor a community. Photo: supplied

Education is widely recognised as a key driver for economic growth, but what about our regional communities? Do regional universities play a vital part in our regional communities and are they a driver for social change?

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Gemma Purves

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