26-March-2019 / Tuesday / 15:00 - 15:20
The IEAA Research Committee has developed a research agenda to promote priorities that are important for the Australian international education sector, and to help develop collaborative relationships with other bodies. Through this agenda we aim to: - embed research as a critical component our work - provide value to the member base - strengthen policy and decision making, building on the repository of evidence-based research that underpins our advocacy activity - foster collaboration with other associations and peak bodies. Consultation determined four priority themes of inquiry over the next three to five years. The research agenda is supported by a strong focus on ‘research in action’ – practical, accessible and valuable insights informed by evidence https://www.ieaa.org.au/research/research-in-action
Ms Renee Chalon
Renee has a breadth of experience in research, policy and strategy development relating to international education and tertiary education. She also has a strong background in data and analysis, having spent over 10 years with the Australian Government in various data and research-based roles (ABS, Productivity Commission).
Dr Davina Potts
Global Leadership and Employability,
The University of Melbourne, Australia
Davina has worked in international education for 20 years, in a career than spans four continents. Her research interests include international higher education with a focus on the intersection of international experiences and employment.