Professor Janelle Wheat announced as Charles Sturt University’s Pro Vice-Chancellor (Learning and Teaching) commencing 15 July
New Pro Vice-Chancellor (Learning and Teaching) to lead the implementation of Charles Sturt University’s external review of the Division of Learning and Teaching
Professor Wheat brings a wealth of experience to the University
Charles Sturt Provost and Deputy Vice-Chancellor Academic, John Germov said Professor Wheat will bring to the role a wealth of practical experience.
“Professor Wheat is experienced in the development, management and implementation of innovative learning and teaching curriculum design, and strategies to enhance and support student learning.
“As an interdisciplinary research academic, Professor Wheat has significant experience in diverse fields including radiation therapy and nuclear medicine.
“Her research interests extend from nuclear cardiology to oncology, and the impact of chronic and terminal illness on the mental health of patients,” Professor Germov said.
Professor Wheat said she was excited to take on the role with Charles Sturt.
“With my past experience at Charles Sturt University I am well placed to implement the outcomes from the external review of the Division of Learning and Teaching,” Professor Wheat said.
Professor Wheat returns to Charles Sturt from the University of New South Wales, where she held the role of Deputy Dean (Education) in the Faculty of Science.
Prior to this Professor Wheat spent over 15 years within Charles Sturt’s Faculty of Science, in roles ranging from lecturer, course director, Associate Dean Learning and Teaching, and most recently Associate Dean (Academic).
Professor Wheat commences in her new role on Monday 15 July and will be based at Charles Sturt University in Wagga Wagga.