The Hallman Lecture Series and Department of Recreation and Leisure Studies presents:
Professor, School of Management, Canberra University
The neoliberal movement is broad and impacts on the global to local context within in an education system and university research and innovation environment. One unintended consequence of the neoliberal movement and logic which impacts on university life is how it changes research practice and the resulting creativity and innovation.
This lecture explores how the movement of neoliberal logic organises the grassroots, micro or local university level of research practice which, in turn, changes the ways of being and knowing in the lives of university and academic actors and their institutions.
For full details and speaker bio, see Hallman Lecture Diane Phillips.
Refreshments will be provided following the lecture. No RSVP is required.