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2010 Academic Staff Promotions

Friday, 17 September 2010


Many of you would be aware of the rigorous evaluation of academic staff who seek promotion. The standard of applications this year has been strong and all applicants are to be congratulated on their contributions to ECU at their various levels.

It is my privilege to announce the names of 19 staff members who have been successful in the 2010 Academic Promotions round. These are:

From Lecturer (Level A) to Lecturer (Level B)

Faculty of Education and Arts:

  • Janeen Thomsett
  • Michael Whaites

Faculty of Regional Professional Studies:

  • Rita Barbour
  • Lynelle Watts

From Lecturer (Level B) to Senior Lecturer (Level C)

Faculty of Computing, Health and Science:

  • Clint McCullough

Faculty of Education and Arts:

  • Cat Hope
  • Andrew Jones
  • Jo McManus
  • Christine Ormond
  • John O’Rourke

Faculty of Regional Professional Studies:

  • Suzanne Tencer

From Senior Lecturer (Level C) to Associate Professor (Level D)

Faculty of Business and Law:

  • Hadrian Djajadikerta

Faculty of Computing, Health and Science:

  • Paul Chang
  • Amanda Devine
  • Andrea Hinwood
  • Jacques Oosthuizen

Faculty of Education and Arts:

  • Jenny Jay
  • Peter Ling

Faculty of Regional Professional Studies:

  • Sandra Wooltorton

I congratulate our colleagues on being promoted and wish them on-going professional fulfilment.

There are staff members who were not successful in their application for promotion at this time. To those applicants, I whole-heartedly encourage you to seek honest and constructive feedback to facilitate realisation of your potential and to improve your prospects for promotion in the future. You have not achieved promotion on this occasion, but you are fine contributors to our University and I wish you success in developing a stronger application in subsequent years.

Professor Kerry O. Cox *

* Professor Kerry Cox was Vice-Chancellor of Edith Cowan University from March 2006 to September 2014.

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