The Centre for Governance and Public Policy Seminar Series:
The Centre for Governance and Public Policy Seminar series will return again in early 2017. Watch this space.
CGPP Book Launch 2016
The Centre for Governance and Public Policy officially launched its members books for 2016. Centre Director, Professor Haig Patapan joined Centre staff in celebrating the 10th anniversary of the annual event.
The eight titles penned, co-penned or edited by researchers at the Centre addressed and analysed a range of political and international issues.
On hand to launch the books this year, Pro Vice Chancellor (Business), Professor David Grant, highlighted how timely and topical the various works were and commended the foresight of the authors.
The full list of titles published in 2016 is in the full news story click on the link below. Photographed above are authors Dr Wes Widmaier, Associate Professor Michael Heazle, Dr Duncan McDonnell, Associate Professor Richard HIndmarsh, Professor Jason Sharman, Dr Lee Morgenbesser, Professor Kai He.
ARC Success 2016
Congratulations to Centre members Professor Jason Sharman, Associate Professor Kai He, Associate Professor Richard Hindmarsh, Dr Duncan McDonnell and Dr Annika Werner who were all awarded grants in the latest ARC round. Associate Professor Kai He was awarded a Future Fellowship for the project “Contested Multilateralism 2.0 and Asia Pacific Security”. Associate Professor Richard Hindmarsh was awarded a Discovery grant for the project “Rethinking the Public Inquiry on Science, Technology & Environmental Change”. Dr Duncan McDonnell and Dr Annika Werner were awarded a Discovery grant for the project “Radical Right Populist Parties: Mainstream Partners or Democratic Pariahs?” Dr Duncan McDonnell was also awarded an Indigenous Discovery grant with Associate Professor Michelle Evans, administered through Charles Sturt University. Professor Jason Sharman was awarded a Discovery grant with Associate Professor Andrew Phillips administered through the University of Queensland. It is an outstanding result covering a range of topics and research areas.