Professor Joanne Scott

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One of the longest-serving members of the University of the Sunshine Coast, Professor Joanne Scott is the Pro Vice-Chancellor (Engagement). She also chairs the Vice-Chancellor's Equity and Diversity Committee.

Joanne commenced with USC in 1997 as an Associate Lecturer in Australian Studies. Her roles have included the inaugural Head of School of Social Sciences (2006-2010), Chair of USC's Learning and Teaching Committee (2007-2012) and the Executive Dean of the Faculty of Arts, Business and Law (2012-2017)

Joanne has published in the fields of Australian and Queensland history, labour history, gender and race relations, oral history, popular culture and higher education. She is a former Visiting Professor of Australian Studies at the University of Tokyo. She was a member of the Australian Historical Association's Executive (2006-2010), the Queensland working party for the Australian Dictionary of Biography (2000-2010) and the Deans of Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities (DASSH) Board (2015-2017).

Professional memberships

  • Australian Historical Association
  • Australian Institute of Company Directors

 

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