Knowledge exchange (KE) has always been an important element of the University’s mission and practice and is best used to describe the proactive two-way flow of knowledge between the university and non-academic sectors of society for the benefit of both. The University defines knowledge exchange as engaging, for mutual benefit, with business, government or the public to generate, acquire, apply and make accessible the knowledge needed to enhance material, human, social, cultural and environmental well-being. It not only includes technology transfer but also encompasses all disciplines, including the arts and humanities and the social sciences, and is a two-way process.
2012 Mr Thomas Cheng, Associate Professor, Department of Professional Legal Education
2011 Ms Amanda Whitfort, Associate Professor, Department of Professional Legal Education