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These women made it in business. Now they’re going back to school. With changes to university funding models making business people more attractive to university leadership roles, BOSS talks to seven women at the top of high-profile tertiary institutions. Belinda Hutchinson was determined to go to university because, unlike her brothers, she was never encouraged to continue academic studies. Alison Watkins assumed she would marry a farmer and go to agricultural college to pick up a qualification that would be useful on a farm. Jennifer Westacott, who originally wanted to be a nun, says the day she graduated from the University of NSW was the proudest day of her life. (left to right) Belinda Hutchison, chancellor Sydney University, Ann Sherry, chancellor, QUT, Jennifer Westacott, chancellor University of Western Sydney, Alison Watkins, chancellor University of Tasmania, Catherine Livingstone, chancellor, UNSW, and Christine McLoughlin, chancellor, Wollongong University.
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