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We believe that the course Cities and Citizenship co-ordinated by Kurt Iveson should not be removed from the University of Sydney's geography curriculum due to its substantial contribution to our education and the education of future students.

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  • 07 May 201550. Vivian H
    the cutting of this subject was done without proper consultation or notice and totally ignores plans we may have had in terms of subject choices and majors. And it is not just this subject being cut, classes in other disciplines have also disappeared from
  • 01 February 201549. Caroline D
    Cities and Citizenship is possibly one of the most inciteful and informative courses I have ever taken during my last 3 years at University. Kurt successfully mixs a theoretical undertsanding of the world with a in depth exploration of various case studie
  • 25 August 201448. Alice W
    I support this petition
  • 02 August 201447. Daisy Liveseyf
    stop neoliberal subject cuts!
  • 24 July 201446. Thomas H
    I support this petition
  • 06 June 201445. Camille L
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  • 02 March 201444. Christopher B
    We need more choices, not less. We are forced to do subjects that we don't necessarily want to study. This is limiting our freedom to study things that we are actually interested in. If I were a second year student next year, I'd be disappointed that GEOS
  • 29 January 201443. Patrycja W
    I support this petition
  • 20 November 201342. Laura W
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  • 10 September 201341. Felicity O
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  • 21 August 201340. Eliot H
    I support this petition
  • 19 June 201339. John S
    All in all you're just another brick in the wall...
  • 28 March 201338. Adriana L
    I support this petition
  • 21 January 201337. Alexandra H
    With no consultation and the decision made purely by one individual, I am so disappointed and concerned that the Head of Geosciences lacks the courtesy and respect to at least discuss such decisions with students.
  • 19 January 201336. Kate S
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  • 28 May 201234. Isabelle W
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  • 24 April 201232. Sarah L
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  • 20 November 201131. Harry S
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  • 18 October 201130. Ellen K
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  • 11 October 201129. Georgina F
    Cutting this course drastically limits the choices of many students when choosing a major
  • 16 August 201128. Keeley A
    I support this petition
  • 08 June 201127. Felicity S
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  • 20 January 201126. Nicolette G
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  • 18 August 201024. Lorena D
    I am training to be a teacher and I know for sure Kurt is a great teacher. He teaches with enthusiasm and passion, which is also driven by a strong knowledge of the content as well as how to make it relevant to the current context for his students. My fav

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The University of Sydney, School of Geosciences

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