The QUT Business School warmly invites you to join us on Tuesday 18 June for presentations by four of our new professors who are at the forefront of teaching and research within their disciplines.
This is an exciting opportunity to hear about some of our newest research activity, the journeys that brought these experienced researchers to this point in their careers, and meet colleagues across a range of disciplines throughout Business and QUT.
Places are limited so please register soon.
About the presenters
Kevin Desouza (School of Management)
Kevin is a Professor of Business, Technology and Strategy. He is a Non-resident Senior Fellow in the Governance Studies Program at the Brookings Institution and is a Distinguished Research Fellow at the China Institute for Urban Governance at Shanghai Jiao Tong University. He has published more than 130 articles in journals across a range of disciplines including information systems, information science, public administration, political science, technology management, and urban affairs.
Ross Gordon (School of Advertising, Marketing and Public Relations)
Ross is an interdisciplinary social change activist with degree qualifications in marketing, public policy, and politics and history. His work focuses on social issues and social change, through a critical, reflexive and multi-perspective lens. His discipline expertise lies in social marketing, consumer cultures, and critical marketing teaching and research. Ross works across various social change topic areas including energy efficiency, environmental sustainability, alcohol and alcohol marketing, gambling, tobacco control, mental health, and workplace bullying. He is also interested in critiques of neoliberalism and related social activism.
Byron Keating (School of Advertising, Marketing and Public Relations)
Byron Keating is a professor in marketing and the Director of the Service Innovation Lab, a service-focused management and research consultancy based in Canberra. His research interests are concerned with the role of emerging technologies in supporting the design and delivery of complex services. This research has been acknowledged by numerous awards including two international dissertation awards, an Endeavour Fellowship to work with the National University of Singapore examining the impact of ethics within service supply chains, and most recently, an ARC Linkage Industry Fellowship to further his work on service experience within Australian cultural institutions.
Pamela Kent (School of Accountancy)
Pam has a strong international and national profile through her prolific and high-quality journal publications. The main focus of her research has been in the areas of financial accounting and reporting, auditing and quantitative capital markets-based studies. Pam has a wealth of experience across teaching and learning, research and engagement, as well as senior leadership. She led innovation in online learning and teaching practice by pioneering the use of blended learning for teaching in the Accounting school at Bond University. She has received several teaching awards throughout her career and as part of her previous role at the University of Adelaide, she was the Program Coordinator for Masters students.
- 18 June 2019 - 18 June 2019
- 10.00am - 12.30pm
- The Gibson Room, Level 10, Z Block, QUT Gardens Point campus
- Free - however registration is essential as places are limited.
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