Manage episode 331421112 series 3222862
As you'll see from this bio, Dr Siew Fang Law has qualifications and experience a-plenty but what really stands out for me is her understanding of people, the unique human experience and how who we are, where we come from, what we believe, influences how we create meaning in the world. Being able to tap into this is a great skill for building cultures and encouraging collaboration.
Siew Fang Law is a highly-motivated, dynamic and proactive leader in Higher Education Research Engagement and Impact (E&I). She has 20 years of academic experience and an interdisciplinary research background that intersects across culture diversity, community development, peace psychology and conflict transformation. She is a doctor of philosophy, with a PHD in culture and conflict resolution, has a master of science in social and applied psychology and a bachelor’s degree in psychology. She has worked on projects for the United Nations and UNESCO, is multilingual and currently works as the Senior Lecturer in Higher Education Engagement, Collaboration and Partnership at the Melbourne Centre for the Study of Higher Education (MCSHE), Melbourne Graduate School of Education.
Check out Siew Fang's paper on the impact of COVID on collaboration and engagement. 📄
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