Emeritus Professor
Brad Haseman

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Administrative Division,
Human Resources,
Office of the Exec Director, Human Resources


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Personal details

Positions

Emeritus Professor
Administrative Division,
Human Resources,
Office of the Exec Director, Human Resources

Keywords

Contemporary performance, Creative Practice as Research, Drama & arts education, Experiential learning, Practice-led Research

Discipline

Performing Arts and Creative Writing, Other Studies in Creative Arts and Writing

Field of Research code, Australian and New Zealand Standard Research Classification (ANZSRC), 2008

Qualifications

  • DPhil (University of Sussex)
  • MA (University of Sussex)
  • AdvDipDrama (Council for National Academic Awards)
  • BA (University of Queensland)
  • DipT (Mt. Gravatt C.A.E)

Professional memberships and associations

 


  • 1977 - Fellow of the Trinity College of London, London 
  • 1975 - Licentiate of Speech and Drama, AMEB, Australia

Teaching


















 
Awards
2007: Vice-Chancellor’s Award for Excellence, Queensland Health Leadership Project, QUT 
2004: Distinguished Teaching Award for Postgraduate Supervision, QUT 
2001: Outstanding Contribution Award for Teaching Leadership and Scholarship, QUT 
2001: Compassionate Pioneer Award, OLT, QUT 
2000: Nomination for Best Lecturer award at QUT by the Student Guild 
2000: Awarded life membership of the Queensland Association for Drama in Education in recognition of an outstanding contribution to Drama Education 
2000: Compassionate Pioneer Award, OLT, QUT 
1999: Nomination for Best Lecturer award at QUT by the Student Guild
 
Course coordination experience
2003 - 2009: Coordinator Doctor of Creative Industries (DCI), Creative Industries Faculty 
2001 - 2004: Coordinator PhD, Master of Arts (Research), Creative Industries Faculty
1998 – 2001: Coordinator PhD, Master of Arts (Research), Academy of the Arts 
1992 – 1996: Co‑ordinator Master of Arts (Research) and Master of Fine Arts, Academy of the Arts 
1994: Coordinator Bachelor of Arts (Drama) 
1986 - 1991: Coordinator Diploma of Teaching (Secondary Drama), Bachelor of Education (Drama)

Teaching experience and expertise
Brad has been a teacher for 35 years and have worked in early childhood, primary, secondary, undergraduate and postgraduate settings. At the University he has taught or supervised students in the following courses: 


  • Doctor of Creative Industries (since 2003)

  • PhD (since 1999)

  • Master of Arts (Drama) (1987 - 1992)

  • Master of Fine Art (since 1994)

  • Bachelor of Arts (Hons) (since 1992)

  • Bachelor of Creative Industries (Drama) (since 2002)

  • Bachelor of Arts (Drama) (1987 – 2002)

  • Graduate Diploma of Teaching (Drama) (1988 – 1990)

  • Bachelor of Education (In‑service) (1982 – 1988)

  • Bachelor of Education (Pre‑service) (1992)

  • Bachelor of Teaching (Primary) (1991)

  • Diploma of Secondary Teaching (Drama) (1986 to 1991)

  • Diploma of Primary Teaching (1982) 


Principal writer


  • Master of Creative Industries (2008)

  • Doctor of Creative Industries (2002)

  • Masters of Creative Industries (Drama Teaching) (2002)

  • Graduate Diploma in Creative Industries (Drama Teaching) (2002)

  • Graduate Certificate in Creative Industries (Drama Teaching) (2002)

  • Master of Arts (Drama) (1992)

  • Master of Fine Arts (1994)

  • Bachelor of Arts (Drama); (course re-write 1995-96)

  • Diploma of Secondary Teaching (Drama); (course re-write 1988-89)




Experience

Publications

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