PROFESSOR STUART CAMPBELL
CHAIR INDEPENDENT- UHE
Emeritus Professor Stuart Campbell is a higher education expert with more than three decades of industry experience. He has extensive experience as a member and/or chair of high-level boards and committees and is a Graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors. He is Deputy Chair of the Board of Directors at Sydney Training and Employment Ltd, and a former member of the TAFE NSW Higher Education Academic Board
DR. IAN LANG
Dr Lang is an internationally awarded Australian film maker and digital media educator. He founded Griffith Film School in Australia, and has led curriculum reviews at the Victoria College of Art at The University of Melbourne, the Australian Film Television and Radio School, The Hong Kong Academy of Performing Arts, and Ngee Ann Polytechnic Singapore. He has also consulted as a visiting foreign expert to Beijing Film Academy and Communication University of China since 1993
DR. FION LIM
Dr Lim has more than twenty years of Senior Executive experience in international education. She is currently a member of the Academic Board and Learning and Teaching Quality Committee at VU. As the Educational Quality Coordinator (Transnational Education & External Delivery), she is responsible for driving an institutional approach towards quality management and review of third-party arrangements, and improving student experience through the VU Learning and Teaching Quality Framework. Dr Lim is also a Registered Expert with TEQSA’s Register of Experts for the areas of Dual-sectors and Transnational Education
PROFESSOR MAHSOOD SHAH
Professor Shah has completed his PhD with a research focus on quality assurance in Australian higher education. Over the last 18 years, he has led learning and teaching at faculty and school level at three Australian universities. He has extensive experience in all aspects of learning and teaching leadership including strategy and governance, quality assurance and enhancements, and maintenance of standards. Professor Shah is also on the TEQSA Expert Register and has also been part of review panels with various international quality assurance agencies.
Professor Roger Hadgraft
Roger Hadgraft is a civil engineer with 30 years’ experience in transforming engineering education through project-based learning (PBL) and educational technology. He was instrumental in introducing a project-based curriculum in civil engineering at Monash University and in several disciplines at the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT). Roger was an Australian Learning and Teaching Council Discipline Scholar and co-author of the Threshold Learning Outcomes for Engineering and Information Technology and he has been a member of several national learning and teaching projects.