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Mr Gary Marchioro


Contact Information Telephone: (61 8) 6304 2450, Mobile: 0439996367, Email:, Campus: Joondalup, Room: JO2.338
Staff Member Details
Telephone: (61 8)  6304 2450  
Mobile: 0439996367  
Campus: Joondalup  
Room: JO2.338  


Gary is a Lecturer in the Faculty of Business and Law's School of Business and Unit Coordinator for Business Career Development and Business Capstone.


By appointment.

Current teaching

  • MBA6130 Effective Workplace Participation, Unit Coordinator.
  • BES3100 Business Career Development, Unit Coordinator.
  • BES3500 Business Capstone, Unit Coordinator.


  • Program Manager, Management. University of Notre Dame.
  • Lecturer. Marketing, Management and International Business. University of Notre Dame.
  • Lecturer and Unit Coordinator, Murdoch Business School.
  • Unit Coordinator and Director Undergraduate Offshore Programs, Murdoch Business School.
  • Regional Manager, State and Commonwealth Public Services.
  • Web design consultancy company, Perth.


  • BA (UWA)
  • Grad Dip (UWA)
  • Grad Dip Info Stud (CUT)
  • Grad Cert Man (TAFE)
  • Grad Dip Comp Stud (ECU)
  • MEC (Murd)

Professional associations

  • Australian Institute of Management (Western Australia), Member.
  • Australia Indonesia Business Council, Member.
  • Indonesia Institute, Member.
  • Balai Bahasa, Member.

Awards and recognition 

  • 2015 - Citation for Outstanding Contributions to Student Learning.
  • 2013 - Dean’s Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching.
  • 2011 - ECU, Faculty of Business and Law Dean’s Award for Quality Publication in Journals.
  • 2009 - ECU Vice Chancellor's Award for Engagement (Business Edge Team).
  • 2009 - University of Notre Dame (USA) Commendation for USA - Fremantle Singapore Field trip.
  • 2008/9 - Nomination for the Vice Chancellor Teaching Excellence Awards University of Notre Dame.
  • 2005/6  - Nomination for the Vice Chancellor Teaching Excellence Awards Murdoch University.
  • 2004/5  - Nomination for the Vice Chancellor Teaching Excellence Awards Murdoch University.
  • 2005 - Initiated and jointly developed the Woodside and Murdoch University Libya (North Africa) business relationship.


Research areas and interests

  • CSR and sustainability
  • Teaching offshore students

Research Grants

  • 2010 - Developing local and contextualised case studies to promote Internationalisation. Special Learning and Teaching Grants Scheme, Centre for Learning and Development, ECU. 

Journal articles

  • Marchioro, G., Ryan, M.M., & Perkins, T. (2014). Implementing an interdisciplinary student centric approach to work-integrated learning. Asia-Pacific Journal of Cooperative Education, 15(4), 359-368.
  • Marchioro, G. & Ryan, M. (2013). Interdisciplinary studies in higher education. Asia-Pacific Journal of Cooperative Education. (In Progress).
  • Marchioro, G., Ryan, M. & Cripps, H. (2011). Student enfranchisement in business undergraduate studies. Asia-Pacific Journal of Cooperative Education, 12 (2), 103-110.
  • RIEBE, L., Roepen, D., Santarelli, B. & Marchioro, G. (2010). Teamwork: Effectively teaching an employability skill. Education + Training. 52(6/7).
  • Marchioro, G. (2009). Student engagement using field work and cross cultural immersion. Special issue on teaching and learning. INTI Journal., 125-131. 

Conference publications

  • Hart, D., FU, T., Marchioro, G. & Ryan, M. (2012). Education Evolution: A Qualitative Study of Student Perception. ANZAM 2012, Perth.
  • Marchioro, G., Ryan, M. & Perkins, T. (2011). Integrating the academic experience: An inter-disciplinary approach to the authentic marketing research experience
  • Marchioro, G. (2010). Proposal to explore the use of new strategies to create a community based decision making process for Indigenous peoples.
  • Marchioro, G., Ryan, M. & Cripps, H. (2010). Work experience: Business students’ voice!
  • Marchioro, G., & Ryan, M. (2010). Multi research methods using captive respondents.
  • Ryan, M. & Marchioro, G. (2009). Exploring the use of textbooks with first year students: are they springboards for learning.
  • Marchioro, G. & Ryan. M. (2008). Textbooks: Fast Food or Dine-In? Preliminary Views.
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