Professor Kate Darian-Smith

Professor Kate Darian-Smith Kate Darian-Smith is Professor of Australian Studies and History, Faculty of Arts and Professor of Cultural Heritage, Faculty of Architecture, Building and Planning at the University of Melbourne. Her cross-disciplinary expertise spans history and cultural heritage, and she has led major research projects and published widely in these fields, including on the…

Professor Richard Waterhouse

Professor Richard WaterhouseFAHA FASSA Richard Waterhouse is Emeritus Professor of History at the University of Sydney. He was previously Bicentennial Professor of History and Head of the School of Philosophical and historical Inquiry at the same institution. He is the author of five books and more than 70 chapters and articles on aspects of the…

Professor Bronwyn Harch

Professor Bronwyn HarchFTSE Professor Bronwyn Harch has a dual role at Queensland University of Technology as Science and Engineering Assistant Dean—Research and Deputy Director, Institute of Future Environment. Her focus is on research and development across STEM and with industry and government. She has developed multi-disciplinary research, engagement and commercialisation strategies with state and federal…

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Professor Rachel Ankeny

Professor Rachel Ankeny Rachel A. Ankeny is Professor of History and Philosophy and Deputy Dean Research in the Faculty of Arts at the University of Adelaide, and Honorary Visiting Professor in the College of Social Science and International Studies (Philosophy) at the University of Exeter. She leads the Food Values Research Group and the Public…

Professor Deirdre Lemerle

Professor Deirdre Lemerle Professor Lemerle is an agricultural weed scientist who has published over 150 scientific papers. She has research awards, including, the NSW Agriculture ‘Outstanding Achievement’, the Council of Australian Weed Science Societies Excellence Medal, and was a New Inventors Grand Finalist with ‘Stubble Star’ in 2005. She led the Cropping Program of the…

Professor John Rolfe

Professor John Rolfe John Rolfe is Professor of Regional Economic Development and the Deputy Dean Research in the School of Business and Law at CQ University at Rockhampton. He is a resource economist, and has extensive experience with environmental, resource and development issues across Queensland and Australia. Professor Rolfe has led a number of major…

Dr Joanne Daly

Dr Joanne DalyPSM FTSE Joanne Daly is a CSIRO Strategic Advisor and a former Group Executive of Agribusiness and Chief of Division. Her activities focus on strategy for national research collections and in agricultural sciences, and assisting with the developing science precinct in Canberra with the ANU in the area of transformational agriculture. She has…

Douglas John Rathbone

Douglas John RathboneAM Douglas John Rathbone studied Chemical Engineering at RMIT and Commerce at Melbourne University. In his early career he was a maths & science teacher, then an engineer in downstream petrochemicals. Douglas joined Nufarm as contract Engineer in 1973, continued in various roles and for the past 16 years has been the Managing…

Professor Kent Anderson

Professor Kent Anderson Professor Kent Anderson is a comparative lawyer specialising in Asia. He is Deputy Vice Chancellor (Community & Engagement) at University of Western Australia where he is responsible for the university’s external relations including the Perth Festival and Cultural Precinct. He has an eclectic background doing his tertiary studies in Japan, US, and…

Professor Mark Wainwright

Professor Mark Wainwright AM FTSE Emeritus Professor Mark Wainwright AM FTSE retired from the Office of Vice-Chancellor and President of UNSW Australia in July 2006. In that year he was appointed Chairman of the Australia-China Council by DFAT, a position he held until 2011 when he became the inaugural Chairman of the Foundation for Australian…