Dr Eva-Marie Seeto

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Dr Eva-Marie Seeto


Director, Office of Engagement

DipPsych E.Cowan, MSocSc (Health) Qld., DSocSc Qld., DipDisability MSIT, JP

+61 7 5430 1224
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Dr Eva-Marie Seeto
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Eva-Marie is the Director of the Office of Engagement, responsible for developing University partnerships that are integral to USC's vision to be an institution of international standing, a driver of regional capacity building, and an unsurpassed community asset.

With over twenty-five years' experience in health and disability services as a practitioner and manager, Eva-Marie has also served as a student affairs professional and leader in higher education development since 2005. She is a review board member for the Review of Disability Studies international journal, University of Hawaii. Her research interests are in health promotion and student mental health.

Eva-Marie has extensive governance and leadership experience and is a member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors. She was previously Queensland President of Relationships Australia, and has served on the management committees of the Australian Health Informatics Association, and SPIRAL Inc (disability services). She was elected to the Board of the International Association of Student Affairs and Services in 2013.


Seeto E.M. (2016). Professional Mentoring in Student Affairs – Evaluation of a Global Program. Journal of Student Affairs Africa. 4(2), 47-51.

Seeto, E.M. in Osfield K.J., Perozzi, B., Bardill Moscaritolo, L., Shea, R. (Eds) (2016). Supporting Students Globally in Higher Education: Trends and Perspectives for Student Affairs and Services. NASPA. Washington DC.

Zereik, R., Seeto E.M. (2014). IASAS – a borderless global movement. Journal of the Australia and New Zealand Student Services Association, 43(April), 25–30.

Seeto E.M, Sharp A., Wills A., & Styles M. (2013). Practitioner facilitated peer programs in student mental health. Journal of the Australia and New Zealand Student Services Association, 41(April), 32-34.

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