PhD Candidate (Griffith),MEd (USyd),MRE (ACU), GCert EdLaw(ACU), GCert Physics(ACU), BEd (ACU)
Matthew Campbell is currently employed with the Queensland Institute of Business Technology and also holds an adjunct appointment with Griffith University. Mr Campbell is a former member of the national executive of the New Zealand Association of Cooperative Education (NZACE) and was formerly the National Treasurer and Company Secretary of the Australian Collaborative Education Network (ACEN). He was the Program Committee Chair for the 2010 and 2012 ACEN National Conferences; is on the Editorial Board of the Asia Pacific Journal of Cooperative Education and has been Guest Editor for two special issues. Mr Campbell has previously been a partner in two Carrick/ALTC grants and leader on a CSU Teaching and Learning Grant; an ACU Teaching and Learning Grant; and an ASCILITE Early Career Researcher grant. He has twice been awarded the Alistar McLay Best Paper Award at the NZACE National Conference and has published in the area of learning in the workplace, development of professional ethics and moral agency, and the formation of professional identity through workplace experiences.