coursework, and postgraduate research degree students, both domestically and internationally, and by distance. The main research centre in Linguistics is the MQ Centre for Language Sciences (CLaS). Other areas of research excellence are in Applied Linguistics and Educational Linguistics (including the Adult Migrant English Program Research Centre [AMEP-RC]), Sign Language Linguistics, and Systemic Functional Linguistics. The Department is also home to two clinical facilities, in Speech Pathology and Audiology, which support the professional training of students and research. Postgraduate (Master’s level) courses in Speech Pathology, Audiology, Editing and Publishing, and Translating and Interpreting have been reviewed and accredited by the relevant professional associations; namely, Speech Pathology Australia, the Audiological Society of Australia, the Australian Publishers Association, and the National Accreditation Authority for Translators and Interpreters (NAATI), respectively. The purpose of the present review is to cover a broad range of leadership, management, resourcing and engagement issues that have not been covered in detail by individual course reviews. Terms of Reference 1) Governance. Review the effectiveness of governance in the Linguistics Department
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