Professor Marnie Hughes-Warrington

Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Academic)
B.Ed (Hons) (Tas), DPhil (Oxon)

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.

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