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USC offers a range of undergraduate and postgraduate education degrees that can lead to teaching in childcare centres, kindergartens, primary and secondary schools, and in the vocational sector. USC has a close working relationship with local primary and sec... more.
Industry Advisory Group
International Council of Shopping Centers
Innovation Centre Sunshine Coast Pty Ltd
Australian Institute of Company Directors
The Property Council of Australia Limited
Urban Development Institute of Australia
Centre for Subtropical Design
Australian Green Development Forum
Member of the National Education Board, Chair of Technical and Standards Committee
Queensland University of Technology
Masters of Applied Science , postgraduate management qualifications
School of Business staff | University of the Sunshine Coast
Emeritus Professor Michael Hefferan: Emeritus Professor
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Mike Hefferan Professor Mike Hefferan is the Pro Vice-Chancellor (Engagement) and the Professor of Property and Development at the University of the Sunshine Coast, Queensland. He is also an Adjunct Professor at the Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane. His current role involves providing a primary link between the University, its key stakeholders and the Sunshine Coast and wider community in achieving the teaching and learning and research priorities at USC. He also heads the University's research and teaching/learning initiative in the property and development disciplines. Mike has a PhD, Masters of Applied Science and postgraduate Management qualifications. He is a Registered Urban and Rural Valuer, a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Company Directors, Urban Development Institute of Australia, Australian Property Institute (API) and Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS). He was the long-time chair of the National Education Board and past president of the Queensland Division of the API. The Editors of Australasian Journal of Regional Studies are Mike Hefferan, Wayne Graham, Bruce Wilson and Paul Collits.
Professor Mike Hefferan, Pro Vice Chancellor (Engagement), The University of the Sunshine Coast
Noticeboard: Latest sector appointments - Australian Ageing Agenda
Mike Hefferan appointed to IRT Foundation
Mike Hefferan appointed to IRT Foundation IRT Foundation has appointed Professor Mike Hefferan as a community representative on its governing committee. Professor Hefferan is the Pro Vice-Chancellor (Engagement) and Professor of Property and Development at the University of the Sunshine Coast and an Adjunct Professor at the Queensland University of Technology. IRT Group chief executive Nieves Murray said Professor Hefferan had a wealth of knowledge and experience in designing and achieving learning, development and management outcomes within the academic and government sectors. Allen Candy, Commonwealth Department for Health and Ageing, IRT Foundation, IRT Group, Life Care, news-4, nieves-murray, Professor Mike Hefferan, queensland-university-of-technology, university-of-the-sunshine-coast Michael on Regulations kept aged care at 'minimum acceptable standards' The problem for citizens is that they have been excluded from the debate and kept...
Prof Hefferan to represent community interests on IRT Foundation Committee - IRT
Prof Hefferan to represent community interests on IRT Foundation Committee
IRT Foundation has appointed University of Sunshine Coast Pro Vice Chancellor Professor Mike Hefferan as one of two community representatives on its governing Committee. Professor Hefferan will provide community insight into the Foundation's operations, which include education, advocacy, research and grant initiatives to create opportunities for people to age without barriers. Professor Hefferan is the Pro Vice-Chancellor (Engagement) and Professor of Property and Development at the University of the Sunshine Coast, and an Adjunct Professor at the Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane. "IRT Foundation is thrilled that Professor Hefferan has joined our Committee as a community representative," said IRT Group Chief Executive, Nieves Murray. "I have no doubt Professor Hefferan will be a strong advocate for a community-centric, evidence-based approach to achieving IRT Foundation objectives at a national level." Today's announcement and visit by Professor Hefferan follows a successful first round of IRT Foundation Community Grants. Almost $150,000 is being invested in 20 community initiatives and projects in NSW, the ACT and South East Queensland to provide practical solutions for improving the lives of older Australians. "The IRT Foundation is a fresh approach to collaborating with community and industry organisations," Professor Hefferan said. "I've come on board as I believe in the possibilities this new approach provides," he said.