Dr Matthew Gray

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Civil Engineering

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


  • PhD (University of New England)
  • GradDipSci (University of New England)
  • GradCertEd(HigherEd) (Queensland University of Technology)
  • BSc(Hons) (University of New England)


I have taught a wide range of units at QUT.  These include teaching and coordination of

UXB111 Imagine Construction Management (2104-2016)

UXB100 Design Thinking in the Built Environment (2019)

UXB115 Introduction to Modern Construction Business (2019)

UXH314 Modern Construction Business (2016, 2018-2019)

USB141 Building Big (2018-2019)

USB300 Property Development (2019)

UDB301 Research Methods (2010-2012, 2015-2016)

UDB202 Business Skills (2011-2015)

UDB313 Programming and Scheduling (2013, 2015-2016)

UDB311 Structural Engineering Design (2013, 2015)

BEB801 Project 1 (2009-2013, 2015-2016)

EVB201 Global Environmental Issues (2014-2015)

ENB383 Environmental Resource Management (2014-2015)

USB344 Property Project (2015)

BEB114 Project Financing (2015)

UDB214 Professional Studies 2 (2015)

ENB274 Design of Environmentally Sustainable Systems (2014)

UDB101 Stewardship of Land (2008-2013)

UDB100 Urban Development and Sustainability (2010-2013)

UDB112 Professional Studies 1 (2012-2013)

UDB314 Statutory Construction Law (2012-2013)

UDB200 Project Planning in Urban Development (2011-2012)

ENB100 Engineering and Sustainability (2011-2012)

SCB120 Plant and Animal Physiology (2010)

NQB323 Plant Biology (2011-2012)

NQB202 History of Life on Earth (2011)

DAN220 Architectural Theory and Research 2 (2010)

DAN110 Architectural Theory and Research 1 (2010)

BEN710 Sustainable Practice in Built Environment and Engineering (2011, 2014)

BEB200 Introducing Sustainability (2006-2010)

BEB100 Introduction to Professional Learning (2008-2009)

ADN052 Architectural Research 2 (2009-2010)

ADB052 Architectural Research 2 (2008-2009)


Selected publications

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