Vice Chancellors panel: Australia's growth agenda

Vice Chancellors panel: Australia's growth agenda

QLD
Jun 23
CEDA brings together Vice Chancellors from Queensland universities for the 2016 Vice Chancellors panel to discuss the growth agenda for Australia.

Speakers

Professor Scott Bowman, Vice Chancellor and President, Central Queensland University
Professor Tim Brailsford, Vice Chancellor and President, Bond University
Professor Peter Coaldrake AO, Vice Chancellor, QUT
Professor Sandra Harding AO, Vice Chancellor and President, James Cook University

Event overview

In June CEDA will release a major report Australia’s economic future: an agenda for growth investigating reform options, economic impacts and the capacity to introduce dynamic efficiency to the economy.

The contribution of Universities to our future will be significant.  Undertaking research and developing new technology, contributing to innovation, growing our international connectedness and providing expertise to Australia’s future workforce will be critical factors to economic growth and competitiveness.

The Vice Chancellors will focus their considered discussion on the capacity of the Australian economy to respond to emerging conditions, the development of human capital and fostering an environment for innovation.

Join a senior cross sector audience to hear the Vice Chancellors on how Queensland’s universities will contribute to Australia’s economic future.  

Meet the speakers

Professor Scott Bowman
Vice Chancellor and President, Central Queensland University

Professor Tim Brailsford
Vice Chancellor and President, Bond University

Professor Peter Coaldrake AO
Vice Chancellor, QUT

Professor Sandra Harding AO
Vice Chancellor and President, James Cook University

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

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

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