The Vice Chancellors' panel

The Vice Chancellors' panel

QLD
May 23

This event was a sucess and well received by the audience.

CEDA is pleased to convene seven Vice Chancellors of Queensland universities to discuss reform, research and renewal of our higher education sector.

 

Speakers

Professor Tim Brailsford, Vice Chancellor, Bond University
Professor Peter Coaldrake AO, Vice Chancellor, Queensland University of Technology
Professor Sandra Harding, Vice Chancellor and President, James Cook University
Professor Greg Hill, Vice Chancellor and President, University of the Sunshine Coast
Professor Peter Høj, Vice Chancellor, The University of Queensland
Professor Ian O'Connor, Vice Chancellor, Griffith University
Professor Jan Thomas, Vice Chancellor and President, University of Southern Queensland

 

 Public event
 23/05/2013
 Hilton Brisbane, 190 Elizabeth Street, Brisbane, QLD

 Education/Skills
 Lunch (11.30am to 2.00pm)

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Event overview

Our higher education sector is a key exporter and makes critical short and long run contribution to the State's economy. The sector's reform will have long reaching, cross-sector and cross-industry implications.
A resilient, responsive higher education sector can generate significant productivity pay-offs and is thought to be central to the next wave of structural reform. Though universities must now seek new approaches to respond to changed research funding models and to increased local, global and digital competition.
What are the universities producing?
What is the role for government?
What are the critical outcomes we require from higher education to support the State's economic development?
This CEDA education event will compliment a CEDA focus, in our 2013 program, on Australia Adjusting: productivity, innovation and the future of work.

Our higher education sector is a key exporter and makes critical short and long run contribution to the State's economy. The sector's reform will have long reaching, cross-sector and cross-industry implications.

A resilient, responsive higher education sector can generate significant productivity pay-offs and is thought to be central to the next wave of structural reform. However, universities must now seek new approaches to respond to changed research funding models and to increased local, global and digital competition.

What are the universities producing, what is the role for government and what are the critical outcomes we require from higher education to support the State's economic development?

This CEDA education event will compliment a CEDA focus, in our 2013 program, on Australia adjusting: productivity, innovation and the future of work.

The Vice Chancellors' panel is kindly supported by CEDA member Nous Group.

Meet the speakers

Professor Tim Brailsford
Vice Chancellor, Bond University

Professor Peter Coaldrake AO
Vice Chancellor, Queensland University of Technology

Professor Sandra Harding
Vice Chancellor and President, James Cook University

Professor Greg Hill
Vice Chancellor and President, University of the Sunshine Coast

Professor Peter Høj
Vice Chancellor, The University of Queensland

Professor Ian O'Connor
Vice Chancellor, Griffith University

Professor Jan Thomas
Vice Chancellor and President, University of Southern Queensland

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