The prospects of rapid promotion for academic staff in Australia are very good, Professor Leonard Goddard, 31, said recently. Professor Goddard, who is Professor of Philosophy at the University of New England at Armidale, in the state of New South Wales, is in a position to know at first-hand about the opportunities. He was an assistant lecturer at St. Andrews University, and left in 1956 to go to Australia as a lecturer in Philosophy at the University of New England. After three years he became a senior lecturer. Late in 1961 he became head of the Philosophy Department on a salary of 4250 Australian Pounds (plus 42 Australian Pounds cost-of-living). Professor Goddard, whose home town was Nottingham, now lives with his wife and two daughters in Faulkner Street, Armidale. He is returning to the United Kingdom in January 1963.
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