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Professor Sue Kilpatrick PhD (Tas), MEc (NE), BEc (Tas), Grad Dip Lib (TCAE), Dip Ad Voc Ed (Tas), MACE, GAICD, re-joined UTAS as Director, Centre for University Pathways and Partnerships in March 2012. She was formerly Pro Vice Chancellor (Rural and Regional) at Deakin University. Prior to joining Deakin in 2009 she was Director of the Department of Rural Health at UTAS. Her previous positions at UTAS include seven years as Associate Director and Director of the Centre for Research and Learning in Regional Australia in the Faculty of Education.
Sue holds a PhD in the Economics of Education and a Master of Economics in Labour Economics. She has had a diverse career in higher education, including research in education and learning in rural and regional Australia, rural workforce, social capital, rural health systems, and community and regional development. Membership of community boards and committees in areas related to her research has complemented Sue's career, including school education, the early years, farmer education and training, economic development, rural health and community care.
Research and publications
Authorised by the Director, Centre for University Pathways and Partnerships
4 April, 2013