The Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Academic) provides leadership in achieving the University's strategic goals in learning and teaching, including the provision of the ANU student experience.
The portfolio's key roles areto:
Highlight and expand the University's national and global leadership in the provision of research-led education.
Enhance quality and standards in education, including innovation in program development and delivery and educational administration.
Nurture and recognise student and staff achievements in education.
Strengthen regional, national and global connections in curriculum, industry partnerships and educational research.
Support College-led processes of curriculum renewal.
Priorities for 2014 include:
Expansion of ANUx offerings for edX, a global consortium of the world's leading universities that seeks to reach 1 billion students worldwide in five years.
Extension of the University's leadership in double degree design.
Continued rollout of the University's nationally innovative approach to the recognition of staff contributions to education.
Developing enhanced models of service that bring solutions to students anywhere, anytime.
Formal recognition of student achievements that highlight outstanding leadership and community engagement.
Philanthropic activities that help to transform the opportunities of ANU students and educators.
Professor Hughes-Warrington was appointed as the Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Academic) at ANU in November 2011.
She is responsible for enhancing the University's national and global leadership in the provision of research-led education, and strengthening regional, national and international connections in curriculum, education commercialisation, philanthropy and educational research.