Vice-Chancellor and President Professor Greg Hill
PhD Qld., BA(Hons) Qld., CertTeach Brisbane Teach.Coll.
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Professor Greg Hill has served as the Vice-Chancellor and President of the University of the Sunshine Coast since 2011 and was previously Deputy Vice-Chancellor from 2005 to 2010. Committees and memberships include: Lead Vice-Chancellor, Universities Australia Indigenous Higher Education; Member, DIISRTE Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island Higher Education Advisory Council; Chair, DIISRTE OLT Academic Secondment Program Reference Group; Foundation Member, Regional Universities Network; Board Member, Education Australia Limited; Board Member, IDP Education Pty Limited; Member, Queensland Tertiary Admissions Centre Ltd; and Fellow, Queensland Academy of Arts and Sciences.
Professor Hill was Dean, Faculty of Education, Health & Science at Charles Darwin University from 1997-2004 and Foundation Professor of Tropical Environmental Science from 1995-2004. Professor Hill was also Program Leader, Tropical Savannas CRC; Director, Centre for Tropical Wetlands Management; Chair, Northern Territory Board of Studies; Member, Kakadu National Park Research Advisory Committee; and Member, AVCC Indigenous Advisory Committee.
His experience in the Northern Territory cemented a commitment to Indigenous Australians and he is privileged to be adopted into the community of the White Eagle (Mak Mak) people from the Finnis River district.
At the University of Queensland from 1979 to 1994 Professor Hill was a Reader in Geographical Sciences, and Director, ARC Key Centre in Land Information Studies.
Professor Hill’s research interests include remote sensing, wildlife ecology, resource management, environmental planning, and education.
Professor Hill is recognised nationally for research, teaching innovation, technology transfer to developing countries, and Indigenous education.