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Graham Wise

Director, International Marketing, Admissions and Business Development - USQ International at The University of Southern Queensland | Toowoomba , Australia

Subjects:
Agriculture, Business, Education, Environmental Studies
Spoken languages:
English, Spanish
Status:
Available for mentoring and open to collaboration.
Support Level:
Editing Support, Short-term mentoring and support
Response Time:
Usually within a month
Support Offered:
Proofreading, Article planning, Dealing with the publishing process, Language editing or proofreading support, Literature reviews, Career mentoring

Work

Subjects:
Education, Agriculture, Business, Environmental Studies
Research Keywords:
Innovation, Entrepreneurship, Entrepreneurship teaching, Education, Higher education, Higher education policy, Higher education management, Research collaboration, Ethics, Business ethics, Research ethics, Contracting, Governance, Inclusion, Diversity, Indigenous
Collaboration interests:
Higher ed. in developing regions Higher ed. management Innovation and entrepreneurship in developing regions Community entrepreneurship Entrepreneurship teaching Research fairness Research ethics Indigenous inclusion Higher ed. governance
Biography:
I am an international development and innovation researcher and professional. I was a co-founding board member and founding Vice President of Innovation at Ikiam University in the Ecuadorian Amazon. I am now Director of International at the University of Southern Queensland. I am also an Adjunct Clinical Associate Professor at the Center for Global Health Equity, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. My research aims to have positive impact in developed and developing economies through a better understanding of innovation and higher education management.

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