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Academic Board

Academic Board

Emeritus Stuart Campbell
Chair of Academic Board

Stuart is an education strategist with more than three decades of industry experience. His academic career combines excellence in executive management, research, and teaching, culminating in his appointment as Pro-Vice Chancellor (Learning and Teaching) at a large Australian University, where the emphasis was on ensuring the quality of the student learning 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 currently the Chairman of a Sydney-based Group Training Organisation. Stuart is a lifelong innovator and strategic thinker, with a deep commitment to the role of education as a catalyst for social equity and economic development.

Emeritus Archie Johnston

Archie was Dean of the Faculty of Engineering and IT at the University of Sydney from 2009-17 where he developed and implemented cutting-edge education policy. He is one of Australia’s 100 most influential engineers and was the 2007 Sir John Holland Civil Engineer of the Year, and the 2007 Entrepreneurial Educator of the Year of the Business and Higher Education Roundtable. He is a Non-Executive Director of Engineering Aid Australia and STEM Teacher Enrichment Academy, an Advisor to the China Communications Construction Group, and was President of the Australian Council of Engineering Deans. He is a Fellow of Australian Academy of Technological Sciences and Engineering, Engineers Australia, and the Australian Institute of Company Directors, and is an Advisory to government bodies in Australia, China, Chile, and India.

Adjunct Professor Peter Grant

Peter has over 10 years’ experience running start-ups as well as a long (more than 20 years) history in executive roles across the corporate sector and government. He has worked in various CIO positions, as a State Director for Microsoft, and as Vice President of Gartner Consulting. Currently, Peter is working as an executive coach, and he also provides advice to a number of advisory boards in the university and government sectors. He is a Fellow of the Australian Computer Society as well as being an Adjunct Professor at Queensland University of Technology, and the University of Queensland. He holds a Bachelor of Business and a Research Masters Degree in Information Systems.

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