Higher Degree by Research Candidate
School of Education
Faculty of Arts
Julie Hayford is a PhD student who commenced her candidature in 2017 in the School of Education at the University of Adelaide. Her research will focus on teaching-specialist positions in Australian research-intensive universities. Her supervisors are Dr Anthony Potts and Dr Nina Maadad. Prior to 2017, Julie had a career as a secondary school teacher and an administrator in all three South Australian universities.
Date Position Institution name 2009 - 2009 Undergraduate Scholarships Officer University of Adelaide 2005 - 2017 Review Officer University of Adelaide 2001 - 2001 Senior Marketing Officer (Equity & Diversity) University of South Australia, Adelaide 2000 - 2001 Prospective Student Adviser University of Adelaide, Adelaide 1995 - 2000 Schools & Community Liaison Officer University of Adelaide, Adelaide 1989 - 1989 Tutor/Aboriginal Liaison Officer Flinders University of South Australia 1982 - 1987 Secondary School Teacher Cabra Dominican College 1980 - 1981 Secondary School Teacher Caritas College
Date Institution name Country Title 1991 - 1995 University of South Australia, Adelaide Australia Master of Education (Distance Education) 1979 - 1979 Flinders University, Adelaide Australia Diploma of Education 1974 - 1978 Flinders University, Adelaide Australia Bachelor of Arts
Date Title Institution Country 2017 PhD University of Adelaide, Adelaide Australia
Year Citation 1996 Hayford, J. A. (1996). The Open Learning Initiative: A successful marketing strategy or a devaluation of the Australian system of higher education?.. Distance Education, 17(1), 159-180..
Year Citation 2003 Hayford, J. A. (2003). Does being last give you the advantage? Quality assurance in Australian higher education. Poster session presented at the meeting of Australian Universities Quality Forum. Melbourne.
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