- OneHE announces six new members to its global Advisory Group
- Dr Hilligie van’t Land, Secretary General of the International Association of Universities joins OneHE Advisory Group
OneHE, the global network for educators, today announced six new members to its global Advisory Group including Dr Hilligje van’t Land, Secretary General of the International Association of Universities. Together they deepen OneHE’s representation in Australia, Canada, Europe and Africa. The new members are confirmed as:
Professor Darrell Evans
Deputy Vice Chancellor (Academic), University of Newcastle
Mr Kim Flintoff
Learning Futures Advisor, Learning Futures, Curtin University
Associate Professor Marcus O’Donnell
Pro-Vice-Chancellor, Learning & Teaching, Deakin
Professor Peter Arthur
Professor of Teaching, University of British Colombia
Dr Hilligje van’t Land
Secretary General of the International Association of Universities and Executive Director of the International Universities Bureau
Professor Philip Cotton
Vice Chancellor, University of Rwanda
The new members join the existing Advisory Group, making 20 group members.
Confirming the new appointments, Director of Partners Olivia Fleming said:
“We are thrilled that our six new members have agreed join us on our journey. Despite the existing demands on their time, they have committed to support OneHE for the next two years in its mission to build a global network and safe space for educators. That is fantastic news. Their contributions and those of our existing group members, will accelerate OneHE in its development and increase its global reach and we look forward to working with all our Advisory Group members in the coming years. Their combined expertise, passion for learning and teaching, insights and perspectives will add significant value.”
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