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No Going Back Review Group Insights: Douglas Proctor

Barton Carlyle is welcoming initial abstracts and ideas for submissions for “No Going Back”…Part Three.  In this short video  Review Group Dr Douglas Proctor talks about becoming involved in the project, and what he will be looking for in submissions for the book.  For those interested in participating, the guidelines for the process are available here

Douglas Proctor joined Swinburne University of Technology as Pro Vice-Chancellor (Global Engagement) in August 2021. He provides leadership across the university on global engagement and the development and deployment of Swinburne’s global strategy in teaching, research and outreach. A Senior Fellow of the International Education Association of Australia (IEAA), Douglas holds a PhD in international higher education from the University of Melbourne. He is currently Chair of the European Association for International Education (EAIE) Publications Committee and has edited recent EAIE Forum magazines on the topics of Brexit, digitalization, and resilience in uncertain times.

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