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Tertiary education is not immune to disruption. At this year's Campus Review conference, Futureproof 2016, expect to gain insights into:
- Australia's most prolific speakers within the tertiary education sector; involve yourself in the discussion. Key speakers and presentations to be announced this week.
- The trends that will impact tertiary education in the next decade, and the opportunities and challenges these present.
- How the numbers will look in terms of funding and student enrolments, and the management of resources associated with demand.
- The major concerns of the next wave of undergraduate and postgraduate students and how to attract and retain them.
- The unrealised opportunities for tertiary education in technology and big data analytics that can develop R&D pathways with an innovating commercial sector.
- How private educators and channel disruptors will move fast to take advantage of policy shifts, changing technologies and rapidly evolving workforce demands.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Management, leaders and professional staff from universities, TAFE institutes, private providers, professional associations, regulatory bodies and government.
|Adam Brimo CEO, Open Learning | Adam co-founded OpenLearning.com in 2012 with UNSW associate professor Richard Buckland and David Collien. More than 350,000 students have joined courses on the platform, which has hosted the first MOOCs from Australia and Malaysia. Adam also led the successful Vodafail consumer activist campaign in 2010–11, which resulted in nationwide media coverage, an inquiry into Vodafone's conduct and a $1 billion network upgrade for the company's Australian business.|
|Teri Balser Dean, Teaching and Learning, Faculty of Science and Engineering, Curtin University | Teri came to Curtin University after having been a Professor of Soil and Water Science and Dean of the College of Agricultural and Life Sciences at the University of Florida, in the US. In addition to international recognition as an accomplished research scholar, Teri is widely known in Higher Education as a change agent and leader in STEM. She has long been an active advocate, speaker, and workshop facilitator for women's leadership and gender equity across the sciences and engineering.|
|Tyrone Carlin, Deputy Vice Chancellor (Registrar), University of Sydney | Professor Tyrone Carlin was appointed as Deputy Vice Chancellor (Registrar) of the University of Sydney in 2014. He has responsibility for the management of key elements of the University's relationship with and provision of services to students from the point of recruitment to the point of graduation and for a range of initiatives directed towards the enhancement of the student experience at the University.|
|Rod Camm CEO, Australian Council for Private Education & Training | Rod has been CEO of ACPET since October 2014. Prior to this, he was the Managing Director of the National Centre for Vocational Education Research. Rod has also held senior appointments in Skills Queensland and the Department of Education and Training, where he was Associate Director-General for Tertiary and Non-State Education. He has performed the role of director on a range of boards and is a fellow of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.|
|Bruce Chapman Policy Director, Crawford School of Public Policy, Australian National University | Bruce has extensive experience in public policy, including: the motivation and design of the Higher Education Contribution Scheme in 1989; and roles as senior economic adviser to Prime Minister Paul Keating, 1994–96; consultant to the Bradley Review of Australian Higher Education on student income support, 2008; and consultant to the Australian Government's Base Funding Review, 2011.|
|Peter Chapman CEO, Ediply | Peter is responsible for operations, product development and global strategy of Ediply, a global education database, where you can discover and apply for a world of education opportunities. It features more than 15,000 courses and 141 universities, and has a presence in 16 countries. Peter has experience in private equity and real estate in Melbourne, London and Frankfurt. He is a graduate of EBS Universitat, the University of Hong Kong and RMIT University.|
|Peter Coaldrake Vice Chancellor, QUT | Peter has been vice-chancellor of Queensland University of Technology since 2003. Peter is author or editor of a number of books, including, as co-author with Dr Lawrence Stedman, Raising the Stakes: Gambling with the Future of Universities. Peter was chair of the board of Universities Australia for two years until May 2011.|
|Simon Eassom Global Manager, Education/Smarter Cities IBB Analytics | Simon joined IBM in 2005 after 22 years as a lecturer, researcher and university senior executive. As an awarded teacher fellow, he has always been a leader in the use of technology to enhance learning, teaching and assessment and promote innovation and change. At IBM, he is responsible for designing and developing technology for enhancing student experience, improving recruitment and retention, and aligning programs with industry requirements.|
|Claire Field, Principal, Claire Field and Associates | Claire Field and Associates, is a consultancy and advisory practice offering strategic advice on international education, VET, and private higher education to providers, government and other tertiary education stakeholders. Claire served as the CEO of ACPET from 2010 – 2014. Prior to ACPET Claire worked in a number of State and Commonwealth government roles, including establishing the Commonwealth's first national VET regulator, NARA. She has also worked in senior roles in both TAFE NSW and Mission Australia. Claire has a Master of Education and an Executive Master of Public Administration.|
|Barney Glover Chair, Universities Australia | Barney is a distinguished academic leader, an accomplished mathematician and mathematics educator and an experienced Vice-Chancellor. He assumed his position as the fourth Vice-Chancellor of Western Sydney University in January 2014. In May 2015, he was appointed chair of Universities Australia. Prior to his appointment at Western Sydney University, Professor Glover was the Vice-Chancellor of Charles Darwin University (CDU). In May 2015, he was awarded the title of Emeritus Professor by CDU Glover is the Australian Government representative on the University of the South Pacific University Grants Committee.|
|Susan Harris Rimmer Associate Professor, Griffith University | Susan was appointed associate professor to Griffith University Law School in July 2015. She remains an adjunct reader at the Asia-Pacific College of Diplomacy at the Australian National University. She was also appointed Associate Fellow, international economics, at UK think tank Chatham House. She is an expert on women's rights and international law.|
|Phil Honeywood CEO, International Education Association of Australia | Phil Honeywood is a member of the federal government's Tertiary Education Quality Standards Agency Advisory Council, and its committees for the New Colombo Plan and education visas.|
|Helen Huntley, Deputy Vice-Chancellor, Industry, Vocational Training and Access Education Division, CQUniveristy | Helen has been with Central Queensland University for more than 25 years, in various roles. Prior to her current position, she was Dean of the School of Education & the Arts for five years and in that role was heavily involved in the CQUniversity/CQ TAFE Merger as part of the Academic Unification project.|
|Michael Lavarch Commissioner Risk, Intelligence and Regulatory Support - ASQA | Michael has extensive experience in Higher Education and the public policy process. He is a former Dean of the Faculty of Law at Queensland University of Technology and Secretary-General of the Law Council of Australia. From 1987 to 1996, Michael was a member of the Australian Parliament, and he served as Attorney-General from 1993 to 1996. He was made an Officer of the Order of Australia in 2012 for his contribution to law, education and human rights.|
|Faye McMillan Director, Inclusion and Indigenous Strategic Practice Leader, Charles Sturt University | Faye is a Wiradjuri woman and was the first Aboriginal person in Australia to gain a pharmacy degree and go on to registration as a pharmacist. She is the Program Director of Djirruwang Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Mental Health Education and Training Program at Charles Sturt University and Chairperson of Indigenous Allied Health Australia. She is a member of Wiradjuri Mudyigalang and is undertaking a professional Doctorate on shared meanings of leadership through accounts of the experiences of Indigenous/First Nations women leaders: Organic Leadership, at a community level.|
|Saba Nabi National Equity Officer, Council of International Students Australia | Saba is a PhD Scholar in the School of Biomedical Science at Charles Sturt University based at Wagga Wagga (New South Wales). She is the President of CSU International Student Club, Co-ordinator of Mentoring Program, and part of CSU Green and Environmental committees. She was also the student representative in the University Council and Science Board. She was the recipient of the 2014 NSW International Student of the Year Award in the Higher Education Category.|
|Peter Noonan Mitchell Professorial Fellow, Mitchell Institute for Health and Education Policy | Peter has played a major role in shaping policy in Australia's education and training system and has experience working as a policy adviser, senior executive and consultant to federal and state governments, universities, Higher Education providers and TAFE institutes. Peter has been instrumental to several major policy changes and reviews.|
|Andrew Norton Higher Education Program Director, Grattan Institute | Andrew co-authored the government report on the demand-driven system. He has also authored or co-authored many other publications on Higher Education, including: Mapping Australian Higher Education, the widely used reference on trends and policies; and Doubtful Debt: the rising cost of student loans.|
|Chris Patton Vice Chancellor – International and Enterprise, Southern Cross University | Chris has held vice presidential positions at SCU, and the University of New England since 2008. Prior to this Chris worked as Managing Director and Principal for Navitas, where he managed a campus on behalf of La Trobe University, Australia. He also worked as General Manager for Wollongong University College operating pathway programs in Sydney, Auckland and Wollongong, and previously, General Manager of UOW’s commercial student services arm.|
|Susan Pond Co-Chair, Science in Australia Gender Equality (SAGE) | Susan is Director of Biotron, the Australian Institute for Bioengineering and Nanotechnology, and Engineering Sydney. Her awards include Member of the Order of Australia, Doctor of Medicine honoris causa from the University of Queensland and the Centenary Medal. She is a Fellow of the Academy of Technological Sciences and Engineering and the Australian Academy of Health and Medical Sciences, and an Adjunct Professor in Engineering and IT at the University of Sydney.|
|Peter Rohan Independent Strategic Consultant | Peter was a partner with Ernst & Young for 20 years, including time as National Head of Education. He has provided consulting advice for almost 30 years to the education, public, health and financial services sectors. He has also worked extensively in the de-regulated VET sector in Australia. Peter is now researching Relations between Universities and Business at the University of Melbourne.|
|Paul Wappett CEO Open Universities Australia | Paul is a passionate believer in the power of education to transform individuals, families and communities and is motivated to see that as many people as possible have access to a world-class education through OUA. His previous positions have included legal and commercial roles at CPA Australia, the Western Bulldogs Football Club and Mobil Oil Australia. Paul is also the Chairman of the Berry Street child protection agency in Victoria.|
Access to all conference sessions and exhibition, all refreshment breaks and networking drinks at the conclusion of Day 1.
Access to all conference sessions and exhibition, all refreshment breaks on a single day at this years conference.
Doltone House, Darling Island Wharf: 48 Pirrama Road, Pyrmont NSW 2009
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