Impact – the weight of tradition versus future potential
7 - 9 February 2007 (Wed-Fri)
Venue: UTS City Campus, No. 1 Broadway, Ultimo
Keynote Speakers included:
Shadow Minister for Education, Science & Training
Member of JP Morgan Advisory Council & BCA Representative on the
Development Advisory Council
"What business wants from the RQF"
Carrick Institute for Learning & Teaching in Higher Education
"The Future of Teaching and Learning in Australian Universities"
Director, Office of Planning and Institute of Higher Education
Shanghai Jiao Tong University
Guest Speakers include:
Ms Anne Baly
Teaching, Equity and Collaboration Branch
Department of Education, Science and Training
Professor Stuart Cunningham
Council for Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences (CHASS)
"Collaborating with Impact"
Emeritus Professor Dennis Gibson AO
Chair of the Business-Higher Education Round Table Task Force on Philanthropy
"What universities want from business – weighing tradition against future potential"
Professor Peter Høj
Chief Executive Officer
Australian Research Council
"Introduction of the RQF - what, if any, effects will it have on competitive funding schemes such as those conducted by the ARC?"
Senior Correspondent, News Limited
"The impact of universities in an election year "
Mr Peter Speldewinde
Director, Skilled Migration
Department of Immigration and Multicultural Affairs
"Skill shortages, mobility and immigration changes"
Associate Professor Chris Ziguras
Globalism Institute, RMIT University
"Implications of Bologna and trade liberalisation"
Vice Chancellors & Senior Academics from...
International Strategic Technology Alliance (ISTA), China
South Africa Technology Network (SATN)
Vice Chancellors of Ghana (VCG), South Africa