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Professor Margaret Sheil

Vice Chancellor of QUT Professor Margaret Sheil joins the HEDx team to outline where QUT is up to in refreshing its blueprint strategy. As the university with the most well known brand position in Australia, promoting that in a post-COVID era is a priority for Margaret.

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Professor Marcia Devlin

Expert in education, equity and leadership, and author of Beating the Odds, Professor Marcia Devlin joins Martin and Karl to discuss her new book on sexism in Australian universities in the week it is launched. Marcia outlines the inequity as well as the financial, cultural and performance disadvantages that arise from a lack of diversity in leadership teams and how this can be changed by women, men and all leaders following different strategies.

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Dr David Kellerman

Leading learning technology innovator and Senior Lecturer in Engineering at UNSW in Sydney, Dr David Kellermann joins Martin and Karl to share his thoughts on the journey he believes all universities must take towards a new hybrid learning model of teaching.

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Matt Kuperholz

PwC’s Chief Data Scientist, Matt Kuperholz talks with Karl about the evolution of the industry and the role of data in shaping the future of higher education

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Professor Helen Bartlett

Vice Chancellor of University of the Sunshine Coast Helen Bartlett joins the HEDx podcast to outline her new University strategy. It has a strong focus on her people and the culture of the university and how that relates to the context in Southeast Queensland. Her language is of opportunity and partnerships and a strong focus on how her region is growing, with the added ingredients of an Olympics in her backyard on the horizon. In the same week that Mark Scott is announced as the next VC of Sydney, are we starting to see a divergence in leadership focus between our global players and those serving particular local needs?

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Professor Geraldine Mackenzie

Vice Chancellor of University of Southern Queensland Geraldine Mackenzie joins Karl and Martin on HEDx to reflect on how her strategy, that was nearing completion when COVID hit, has been delayed, revised and is reorienting USQ to work even more closely with industry partners on translation, and even more closely with technology in transforming learning practices.

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