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Prof. Richard James

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Email: r***@***.au
Local Address:  Victoria , Australia
The University of Melbourne
442 Auburn Road
Hawthorn , Victoria 3122
Australia

Company Description: The University of Melbourne is Australia's leading research university, based on a number of indicators. The Times Higher Education Supplement recognized Melbourne...   more
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  • Ph.D. , Mechanical Engineering
    Johns Hopkins University
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Live-wire, 'Dicky' Berry, was appointed Professor of Anatomy at the University of Melbourne in 1906, remaining in the position until 1929. Dean from 1925 to 1927 and in 1929, Berry oversaw several major building projects and strongly supported the move of the Melbourne Hospital from central Melbourne to its current location in Parkville. He was active in medical circles and public affairs, a proponent of "the biological basis of mind" and advocated eugenic measures to improve humanity.
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Centre for the Study of Higher Education | The University of Melbourne
www.cshe.unimelb.edu.au, 29 Dec 2015 [cached]
Richard James
Professor Richard James Pro Vice-Chancellor (Academic) Director, Melbourne Centre for the Study of Higher Education
Email: r.james@unimelb.edu.au Phone: +61 3 8344 7627
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Professor Richard James is Pro Vice-Chancellor (Academic) and Director of the Centre for the Study of Higher Education. He holds a Chair in Higher Education and is a prominent researcher, commentator on higher education policy in Australia and a Fellow of the Australian Council for Educational Leaders. He is a member of the national Higher Education Standards Panel (HESP).
As Pro Vice-Chancellor of the University of Melbourne he has responsibilities for academic staffing and academic quality assurance.
Richard has wide-ranging research interests in higher education that centre on the quality of the student experience. His research program spans access and equity, the transition to university, student finances, student engagement, quality assurance and academic standards. He has published widely on the effects of social class on higher education aspirations and participation. He has been the recipient or co-recipient of over $4 million in grants, including national competitive research grants. He has published over 100 journal articles, book chapters, books and book-length reports and supervised 30 research students to successful completion, including 15 doctoral students. He was awarded an ARC Discovery Grant in 2010 for a project to examine new approaches to performance management in public sector organisations.
Much of his academic work is related to policy development. Richard led significant national studies of equity and student finances for Universities Australia that were influential in the 2008 Review of Australian Higher Education. In 2008 he co-directed the DEEWR commissioned project that developed the Australian Higher Education Graduation Statement (AHEGS). He has been a member of the advisory group for the Learning and Teaching Performance Fund (LTPF), the AUQA Advisory Group on Standards, the Advancing Quality of Higher Education (AQHE) advisory group and the Quality Indicators for Learning and Teaching (QILT) advisory group. He has conducted extensive policy development for the Indigenous Higher Education Advisory Council (IHEAC).
Richard's research interests include studies of aspects of teaching and learning, including the assessment of student learning, the influences of disciplines of approaches to teaching, the teaching-research nexus and peer review of teaching. With CSHE colleagues he developed the framework, criteria and guidelines for the Australian Awards for University Teaching program of the then Australian Learning and Teaching Council (ALTC).
Books and book-length research reports
BEXLEY, E., DAROESMAN, S., ARKOUDIS, S. & JAMES, R. (2012). University student finances in 2012: A study of the financial circumstances of domestic and international students in Australia's universities. Canberra: Universities Australia (report)
NEWHAM, E., ANDERSON, M. & JAMES, R. Access to higher education in Victoria under the national demandĀ­driven system. An analysis of 2007-2011 higher education applications, offers and enrolments drawn from the VTAC database(2012) (report)
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JAMES, R., BEXLEY, E & SHEARER, M. Improving Tertiary Selection Practices in Victoria. Commissioned report for DIIRD and DEECD (2009) (paper)
MARGINSON, S. & JAMES, R. Education, Science and the Future of Australia. Melbourne: Melbourne University Press (2008)
JAMES, R., MEEK, L., HARMAN, G. HARRIS, K. Recommendations for an Australian Higher Education Graduation Statement. Canberra: DEEWR. (2008)
JAMES, R. BEXLEY, E., MAXWELL, L. Participation and Equity. Canberra: Universities Australia (2008)
JAMES, R. BEXLEY, E., DEVLIN, M. & MARGINSON, S. Australian University Student Finances 2006: Final report a national survey of students in public universities. Canberra: Universities Australia (2007)
JAMES, R. BEXLEY, E., DEVLIN, M. & MARGINSON, S. Australian University Student Finances 2006: A summary of findings from a national survey of students in public universities. Canberra: Australian Vice-Chancellors' Committee (2007)
ALFORD, K. & JAMES, R. Pathways and barriers: Indigenous schooling and VET participation in the Goulburn Valley. 70 pp. Adelaide: National Council for Vocation Education Research ISBN 978 1 921170737(2007)
MOK, K. & JAMES, R. (eds.) Globalisation and higher education in East Asia. Lancaster, UK: Marshall Cavendish Academic. 360 pp. ISBN-10 981210402X (2005)
HARRIS, K. & JAMES, R. Carrick Fellowship Scheme: Proposal for Selection Criteria and Nomination Guidelines (Confidential report to the Board of the Carrick Institute for Learning and Teaching in Higher Education) (2005)
HARRIS, K., KRAUSE, K., JAMES, R., HOWARD, L. & GARNETT, R. Carrick Awards for Australian University Teaching: Proposal for Selection Criteria and Nomination Guidelines (Confidential report to the Board of the Carrick Institute for Learning and Teaching in Higher Education) (2005)
KRAUSE, K., HARTLEY, R., JAMES, R. & McINNIS, C. The First Year Experience in Australian Universities: The findings from a decade of research. Canberra: Department of Education, Science and Training. ix + 105pp. (2005)
JAMES, R., HARRIS, K., KRAUSE, K., HOWARD, L. & GARNETT, R., Recommendations for an expanded program of Australian Awards for University Teaching (Confidential report to the Board of the Carrick Institute for Learning and Teaching in Higher Education) xiv + 71pp. (2005)
JAMES, R., BALDWIN, G., COATES, H., KRAUSE, K., & McINNIS, C. (2004) Analysis of Equity Groups in Higher Education 1991-2002. Canberra: Department of Education, Science and Training. (2004)
JAMES, R. & BRENNAN, L. Indigenous students who withdraw before completing higher education: Expectations, experiences and outcomes. (unpublished report)
JAMES, R., McINNIS, C. & DEVLIN,.M. Assessing Learning in Australian Universities, Australian Universities Teaching Committee 64 pp. (2002)
JAMES, R. Socioeconomic Background and Higher Education Participation: An analysis of school students' aspirations and expectations. Canberra: Australian Government Publishing Service xi+67 pp. (2002)
McINNIS, C., GRIFFIN, P., JAMES, R. & COATES, H. Development of the Course Experience Questionnaire (CEQ). Canberra: Australian Government Publishing Service: x + 80pp. (2001)
JAMES, R. TAFE, University or Work?: The early preferences and choices of students in Years 10, 11, & 12. Adelaide: National Council for Voc. Education Research: 60 pp.(2000) ISBN 0 87397 525 1.
JAMES, R., MILTON, J., & GABB, R. (eds) Cornerstones of Higher Education: Research and Development in Higher Education. Canberra: Higher Education Research and Development Society of Australasia: iv + 122 pp. (2000) ISBN 0 908557-46-9.
McINNIS, C., JAMES, R. & HARTLEY, R. Trends in the First Year Experience in Australian Universities. Canberra: Australian Government Publishing Service: vii + 64 pp. (2000) ISBN 0 642 44864 7.
JAMES, R., BALDWIN, G. & McINNIS, C. Which University? The factors influencing the choices of prospective undergraduates. Canberra: Australian Government Pub. Service: xi + 90 pp. (1999) ISBN 0 642 23914 2.
JAMES, R., Wyn, J., baldwin, g., hepworth, g., mcinnis, c., & stephanou, A. Rural and Isolated Students and their Higher Education Choices: A re-examination of student location, socioeconomic background, and educational advantage and disadvantage. Canberra: Australian Government Publishing Service: xix +121 pp. (1999) ISBN 0 642 23871 5.
JAMES, R. & BalDwin, G. Eleven Practices of Effective Postgraduate Supervisors. Melb.: Centre for the Study of Higher Education & School of Graduate Studies: 46 pp. (1999) ISBN 0 7340 1622 0.
James, R. & Baldwin, G. Tutoring and Demonstrating: A Guide for the University of Melbourne. Melbourne: Centre for the Study of Higher Education: v + 80 pp. (1997). ISBN 0 7325 1067 8.
James, R. & Beattie, K. Expanding Options: Delivery Technologies and Postgraduate Coursework. Canberra: Australian Government Publishing Service: x + 109 pp. (1996). ISBN 0 644 45885 2.
James, R. & McInnis, C. (eds.) Transition to Active Learning: Proceedings of the 2nd Pacific Rim Conference on the First Year in Higher Education. Melbourne: Centre for the Study of Higher Education: v + 557 pp. (1996).
McInnis, C. & James, R. First Year on Campus: Diversity in the Initial Experiences of Australian Undergraduates. Canberra: Australian Government Publishing Service: xii +159 pp. (1995). [Report]
McInnis, C., James, R. & Morris, A. The Coursework Masters Degree: Growth, Diversity and Quality Assurance. Canberra: AGPS: x + 100 pp. (1995). ISBN 0 644 35684 7.
Journal Articles and chapters
BALDWIN, G. & JAMES, R. Access and Equity in Higher Education, in Peterson, P., Baker, E., & McGaw, B. (Eds), International Encycl
Centre for the Study of Higher Education | The University of Melbourne
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Professor Richard James, Melbourne Centre for the study of Higher Education, University of Melbourne
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Professor Richard James, Pro Vice-Chancellor (Academic) Director, Melbourne Centre for the Study of Higher Education The University of Melbourne
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Richard D. James won the Warner T. Koiter Medal Submitted by admin on Tue, 2008-09-09 11:21. mechanician asme Koiter medal
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Richard D. James, Russell J. Penrose Professor, University of Minnesota
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Professor Richard D. James received a Sc.B. in Engineering from Brown University in 1974, and Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering from the Johns Hopkins University in 1979. He was appointed as Research Fellow at the University of Minnesota in 1979, and Assistant Professor at Brown University in 1981. In 1985, he joined the faculty of the University of Minnesota, where he is now the Russell J. Penrose Professor.
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