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Leo Goedegebuure is the new LH Martin Institute Director

25 May 2012

Professor Leo Goedegebuure (pictured left) has been appointed the new Director of the LH Martin Institute.

Professor Goedegebuure, or just Leo or ‘Professor G’ to his peers and staff, was previously Deputy Director and succeeds Professor Lynn Meek who retired after four years as Foundation Director.

Leo has been active in the field of higher education policy and management for close to thirty years, having held senior roles at the Centre for Higher Education Management and Policy, University of New England and the Center for Higher Education Policy Studies, University of Twente, Netherlands, as well as being a senior university administrator prior to joining the LH Martin Institute in 2008.

He has also worked as an expert on governance and management in Central and Eastern Europe, Africa, South East Asia and South America on projects initiated by the European Commission, the World Bank and UNESCO.

Other changes for the Institute include a new Executive Advisory Board chaired by former University of Western Australia Vice-Chancellor Professor Alan Robson AM.

Read the official press release

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