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Geoff Rose is Professor of Education for Sustainability at Monash University. He holds a joint appointment in the Monash Sustainability Institute (MSI) and the Institute of Transport Studies located in the Department of Civil Engineering. His professional background is in transport planning, specifically sustainable transport and travel behaviour. He has over 20 years of professional experience gained from positions he has held in academia, government and consulting.
Through his role in MSI, Geoff is working to shape the policies of the university for embedding sustainability in all education programs. His current research activities cover sustainable transport and applications of advanced technology in transport. He is leading an ARC Linkage Project on Powered-2-Wheel vehicles (electric bicycles, motor scooters and motorcycles) in the context of sustainable transport. He is supervising research evaluating the role of travel plans for new developments and the impacts of weather on cyclist travel behaviour.
Geoff is a member of the Australian Institute of Traffic Planning and Management, the Institute of Transportation Engineers and the Institution of Engineers, Australia. He currently serves on the Travel Demand Management Committee (ABE50) of the US Transportation Research Board and is a member of the Scientific Committee of the World Conference on Transport Research and the National Steering Committee for the Australasian Transport Research Forum.
For further information about Geoff's scholarship in the area of Education for Sustainability, please visit his Monash University profile page.
Authorised by the Head, Tasmanian Institute of Learning & Teaching
2 October, 2012