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  • Faculty of Health Sciences

  • Institute for Positive Psychology & Education

  • Professor Rhonda Craven

    Professor Rhonda Craven is the Institute Director of the Institute for Positive Psychology and Education at the Australian Catholic University. She is a highly accomplished researcher, having successfully secured over 7.9 million dollars in nationally and highly competitive funding for 49 large-scale research projects including 28 Australian Research Council grants. This performance is arguably one of the strongest for an Australian educational researcher. She is the recipient of the Meritorious Service to Public Education Award, the Betty Watts Award (Australian Association for Research in Education), the Vice Chancellor's Award for Excellence in Postgraduate Research Supervision and Training, and the Vice Chancellor's Award for Excellence in Social Justice Research. Her research interests include: the structure, measurement, development, and enhancement of self-concept and key psycho-social drivers of well-being and performance; the effective teaching of Indigenous Studies and Indigenous students; maximising life potential and enabling people to not just succeed but flourish in diverse settings; and interventions that make a tangible difference in educational and industry settings.

    Phone : 4657 (Strathfield) Email : Rhonda.Craven@acu.edu.au

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  • Faculty of Law and Business

  • Faculty of Law & Business

  • Professor Thomas Lange

    A German born economist and applied statistician by training, Professor Thomas Lange serves Australian Catholic University as Tenured Professor of Human Resource Management and Organizational Behaviour and Associate Dean (Research) at the Faculty of Law and Business. He also holds a tenured professorial Chair (Adjunct) in Economics and International Management at Middlesex University Business School, London, UK. His previous leadership positions included Research Dean, Executive Dean and Pro Vice Chancellor in the United Kingdom, New Zealand and Australia.

    Lange is a leading authority in the empirical Human Resources (HR) and Organizational Behaviour (OB) research arena. He is Editor-in-Chief of Evidence-based HRM: A Global Forum for Empirical Scholarship and Associate Editor of the International Journal of Manpower. A multi-disciplinarian at heart, he has written extensively in the HR & OB research arena, with numerous A/A* ranked journal publications to his credit. In recent years, his papers have been accepted for publication by such outlets as Human Resource Management (US), Journal of Vocational Behavior, British Journal of Management, International Journal of Human Resource Management, European Journal of Industrial Relations, and Small Business Economics.

    In his leadership and management roles, he worked extensively on the strengthening of academic research profiles as well as the development of institutional partnerships with leading international business schools (amongst others, at the University of Oxford, Maastricht University, Nanjing University, and Georgetown University Washington). During his time in New Zealand, Lange also initiated and served as Founding Chair of the New Zealand Business Research Deans' Association. At the time of conferment and aged 29, he entered the academic "history books" as Britain's youngest Full Professor in a business discipline. Subsequently, he served as Britain's youngest Executive Dean and Pro Vice Chancellor.

    Through his research and scholarship endeavors he initiated, led and managed funded projects to the value of around $ 6 million - divided broadly equally between competitive grant income (primarily from the European Union and UK HE Funding Councils), contract research and invited industry consultancy.

    Lange served several governments as Specialist Advisor. His research-informed policy proposals were debated publicly during parliamentary sessions and his academic work has been covered widely by international press and media outlets. His scholarship informed the policy work of the World Bank, ILO, OECD, European Commission, United Nations, the UK House of Commons, UK Office of Fair Trading (Pensions Inquiry), the Economic Policy Advisory Group (New Zealand's National Party), the Cubie Enquiry into Higher Education Funding (Scottish Executive), Ministry of Education and Training (Government of Vietnam), numerous central and local government departments, economic development agencies, and industry associations worldwide.

    Phone : 3955 (Melbourne) Email : Thomas.Lange@acu.edu.au

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