Chancellor's Lecture Series
by Swinburne University of Technology
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Swinburne's Chancellor's Lecture Series is a high profile program organised for Swinburne alumni, friends and past and present staff. These events are hosted by the Chancellor, Mr Bill Scales AO.
||Our people, our prosperity: When we look to the Australian economy of the future, human capital is going to be the game changer||Jennifer Westacott draws on her experience in both the public and private sectors to explore why and how we need to transform the VET system, in particular, if we are to prepare and equip our future workforce, and enable every Australian to be a part of i||7 7 2014||Free||View In iTunes|
|2||VideoInstitutional accountability and the concept of 'public value' (Chancellor's lecture series)||Justice Iain Ross AO, Fair Work Commission President, discusses the obligation of institutions, be they corporations, government bodies, companies or non-profit organisations, to be responsible for their actions and for the appropriate management of resou||25 9 2013||Free||View In iTunes|
|3||VideoThe place of industry in 21st century Australia (Chancellor's lecture series)||Mr Willox outlines how Swinburne graduates can play a pivotal role in the integration of advanced manufacturing capabilities with those of the wider region, forging a path for the 21st century in management, innovation, science and research.||5 6 2013||Free||View In iTunes|
|4||VideoLeading Across Cultures: Challenges for Australia in the Asian Century (Chancellor's lecture series)||The big questions facing Australia are tackled as world economic and strategic power shift toward Asia. How can we remain competitive in an age of Asia-centric globalisation? What is required to harmonise its relations with China and the US?||11 7 2012||Free||View In iTunes|
||Giving independent policy advice (Chancellor's lecture series)||Gary Banks AO, Chairman, Productivity Commission presents the Chancellor's lecture: the Productivity Commission's independence underpins its operations, integrity and, ultimately, its contribution to better policy outcomes.||28 9 2011||Free||View In iTunes|
|6||VideoGiving independent policy advice (Chancellor's lecture series)||Gary Banks AO, Chairman, Productivity Commission presents the Chancellor's lecture: the Productivity Commission's independence underpins its operations, integrity and, ultimately, its contribution to better policy outcomes.||23 9 2011||Free||View In iTunes|
||Nuclear energy (Chancellor's lecture series)||With climate change confirmed as a critical global issue, and energy security becoming an international priority, there has been renewed interest in nuclear energy to produce electricity with near zero greenhouse gas emissions.||3 6 2011||Free||View In iTunes|
|8||VideoNuclear energy (Chancellor's lecture series)||With climate change confirmed as a critical global issue, and energy security becoming an international priority, there has been renewed interest in nuclear energy to produce electricity with near zero greenhouse gas emissions.||3 6 2011||Free||View In iTunes|
|9||VideoWalking with dinosaurs: Inventing the rules (Chancellor's lecture series)||Creature Technology Company designs and builds extraordinary creatures for theatrical productions around the world, including the renowned touring show Walking with Dinosaurs: the Arena Spectacular. Its founder and director Sonny Tilders, together with||12 10 2010||Free||View In iTunes|
|10||VideoJournalism in the digital age (Chancellor's lecture series)||Prominent Australian media identities Dr Margaret Simons, Mr Jonathan Green and Mr Steve Harris will discuss the outlook for journalism in the digital age.||15 6 2010||Free||View In iTunes|
|11||VideoThe business of football (Chancellor's lecture series)||Ms Sally Capp provides insights about football as a business, the disciplines and requirements of running such a business and how it is impacted by the passion that it inspires. Ms Capp has been a director of the Collingwood Football Club since January||4 10 2009||Free||View In iTunes|
||President Obama's first 100 days (Chancellor's lecture series)||President Barack Obama came to office on 20 January facing one of the most daunting presidential inboxes in decades. From a world economy in recession, to a changing strategy in Iraq, to new challenges in Afghanistan and Pakistan, the U.S. President has||25 5 2009||Free||View In iTunes|
- Category: Political Science
- Language: English
- Copyright Swinburne University of Technology.