NSW Vice Chancellors Panel

NSW Vice Chancellors Panel

NSW
Nov 18
Throughout 2021 CEDA welcomes Vice Chancellors from across the country to speak as the leaders of significant businesses, and to share their strategies for dealing with unprecedented change and challenges.
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Event Overview

With billions of dollars of revenue and responsibility for half a million students, these leaders face a much-changed environment, significant economic challenges, complexity, and very high expectations.

Australia’s higher education sector is vital to the nation’s future workforce needs and economic prosperity. There is not a sector, industry or business which is not impacted by, and dependent on, the success of universities – which have demonstrated capability and flexibility by embracing new ways of working and delivering education and transforming their operations.

Join the NSW Vice Chancellors’ panel to hear how they will ensure our universities remain resilient and sustainable, and the opportunities that have risen from adversity.

 

Meet the speakers

Professor Patricia Davidson
Vice-Chancellor, University of Wollongong

Professor Barney Glover AO
Vice-Chancellor and President, Western Sydney University

Professor Brigid Heywood
Vice-Chancellor and CEO, University of New England

Professor Ian Jacobs
President and Vice Chancellor, UNSW

Professor Andrew Parfitt
Acting Vice-Chancellor, University of Technology Sydney

Professor Mark Scott AO
Vice-Chancellor, The University of Sydney

Professor Zlatko Skrbis
Vice-Chancellor and President, Australian Catholic University

Professor Alex Zelinsky AO
Vice-Chancellor and President, University of Newcastle

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