Dr Alexandra Bec

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Dr Alexandra Bec

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Research areas

  • Resilience
  • Change management
  • Policy and planning
  • Social cohesion
  • Stakeholder collaboration
  • Regional community development
  • Tourism

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Dr Alexandra (Ali) Bec is a Research Fellow with the Faculty of Arts, Business and Law at the University of Sunshine Coast. Ali completed her Bachelor of Business with Honours (Hons 1) and Doctor of Philosophy with Southern Cross University.

Ali’s area of expertise is regional community development, particularly for tourism regions. Her research is primarily in the areas of change management, economic development and building community resilience. She is currently working on an Advance Queensland Research Fellowship led by Associate Professor Brent Moyle, looking at stimulating regional tourism through the virtual reconstruction of Queensland’s WWII heritage.

In addition, Ali has also conducted research on a range of other community issues including social welfare, emotional stability, disaster planning, social capital, and social health. She has also collaborated with the private sector and government agencies for research related to large community events including the 2018 Commonwealth Games.

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Research grants

Grant/Project name Investigators Funding  Year(s) Focus
Revitalizing the Charleville Cosmos Centre and Observatory A/Professor Brent Moyle,
Dr Char-lee McLennan,
Dr Alexandra Bec
A$26,200 2016 Provide direction to inform the redevelopment of the Charleville Cosmos Centre and Observatory. The research undertook a best practice review, market research and an experience audit.
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