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Dr Frances Asha has recently worked on major ARC projects at Griffith University in the areas of the global financial crisis and small business, and corporate and public sector governance. Frances also managed the Franchising Australia and Franchising New Zealand national surveys for the Asia Pacific Centre for Franchising Excellence at Griffith University and worked in not-for-profit and philanthropy research at QUT. Previously she has lectured and tutored in Australian Studies, Australian History and Social Science, and convened a Research Higher Degree induction programme.
In 2004, Frances completed her PhD on the history of gender and race relations in Australia Colonialism's Paradox: white women and race relations in the Queensland contact zone, 1860-1910. She has presented her research nationally and internationally and won scholarships at the ANU, Griffith University and the International Women's University (IFU) Hannover, Germany. Frances also has a first class Honours in Humanities, a Bachelor of Arts in Modern Asian Studies from Griffith University and a Graduate Diploma in Counselling from the University of New England.
Frances' research interests are in the areas of social theory, post-colonialism, gender studies, organisational culture, social change, sustainability and governance.
Frances is the UTAS eVALUate Officer in the Student Evaluation, Review and Reporting Unit (SERRU). She will be primarily implementing and co-ordinating the eVALUate system across the university and analysing student evaluation data for improvement purposes.
Authorised by the Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Students and Education)
2 November, 2012