Dr Tracey Swift

Director Research Management

University of Auckland


 

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Dr Swift has held senior managerial and Director positions in industry and higher education since 1987, such as Director of Research (AccountAbility, UK), Deputy Director Sustainability Education (University of Cambridge (UK), Director Special Projects (Present Promotions Group, Australia), Head of Development (University of Sheffield, UK), and Director Research and Innovation Services (University of South Australia).  She has sat on a number of national and international steering groups, including Vitae (UK), Russell Group Special Interest Groups (UK), Excellence in Impact for Australia between the Group of Eight Universities and the Australian Technology Network and has acted as a Subject Matter Expert to the European Commission.  

Dr Swift holds a PhD in Management from the University of Sheffield, a Masters Degree in Environmental Management from the University Queensland, a Masters Degree in Education from the University of Sheffield and is a graduate of the Australian Quality College and the Australian Institute of Company Directors.  She is a member of the European Association of Research Managers and Administrators (EARMA) and the National Council of University Research Administrators (USA). tAbility, UK), Deputy Director Sustainability Education (University of Cambridge (UK), Director Special Projects (Present Promotions Group, Australia), Head of Development (University of Sheffield, UK), and Director Research and Innovation Services (University of South Australia).  She has sat on a number of national and international steering groups, including Vitae (UK), Russell Group Special Interest Groups (UK), Excellence in Impact for Australia between the Group of Eight Universities and the Australian Technology Network and has acted as a Subject Matter Expert to the European Commission.  

 

Authorised by the Accreditation Council to present:
The National Research and Innovation System in New Zealand
Legislation as it affects research in Australia
Pre-Award Grants Processes
Post-Award Processes