Rosemary Johnston is Professor of Education and Culture at UTS and Director of the International Research Centre for Youth Futures. She serves or has served on the executive of a number of national and international Boards, including as Vice President of the Fédération Internationale des Langues et Littératures Modernes (affiliated to UNESCO). She is lead investigator on several large Commonwealth-funded research grants, including two working with remote Indigenous communities. She is also one of three chief investigators on a Leverhulme (UK) Grant. She leads a growing number of projects which are funded by national and international corporates, and which aim to expand the horizons of thinking of disengaged youth and develop opportunities and pathways for their educational enhancement.
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- September 28 Lunchtime Lecture with Senator the Hon. Zed Seselja
- October 4 Lunchtime Lecture with NSW Police Deputy Commissioner Catherine Burn
- Twin talks: A Recap of Professor Scott Alexander’s 2017 Sydney tour
- Abraham Conference 2017
- A Lunchtime Lecture with Dr Kay Patterson, Age Discrimination Commissioner