Executive Dean, Macquarie Business School

Executive Dean, Macquarie Business School

The Executive Dean of the Macquarie Business School provides strategic and operational leadership of the business school and its academic and professional staff. This includes research activity and outputs, grant income and management as well as the activity of its research centres. The role also involves accountability and responsibility for student experience, curriculum integrity, teaching quality and accreditations. The Executive Dean is a member of the University Executive and contributes to the management of the wider University, and the achievement of its strategic intent.

The Executive Dean for the Macquarie Business School is responsible for:

  • Providing a quality-driven, research informed and contemporary business curriculum to students through excellence in teaching
  • Developing high quality and impactful research with an applied business focus
  • Developing capable and well-trained Higher Degree Research graduates and support the development of research-active academic staff
  • Engaging with professional, business and academic communities to inform teaching, learning and research
  • ​Attracting capable students who are well supported and contribute to society
  • Develop strategies to maximise research funding streams
  • Develop and increase learning and teaching quality, innovation and capability to deliver innovative and industry relevant courses

Portfolio areas:

  • Macquarie Business School
    • Department of Accounting and Corporate Governance
    • Department of Actuarial Studies and Business Analytics
    • Department of Applied Finance
    • Department of Economics
    • Department of Marketing
    • Department of Management

The Executive Dean for the Macquarie Business School is Professor Eric Knight.

Content owner: Office of the Vice Chancellor Last updated: 01 Sep 2020 10:15am

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