Venue: Melbourne Graduate School of Education

Date: 13 March 2020

Register: http://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/86883850937

Hosted by the Melbourne Graduate School of Education & Oceania Comparative and International Education Society

We’d like to invite you to a discussion with Michael Crossley, AcSS, Professor of Comparative and International Education and Director of the Research Centre for International and Comparative Studies, as well as the Education in Small States Research Group, at the University of Bristol, Graduate School of Education, UK, and Adjunct Professor of Education at The University of the South Pacific.

Professor Crossley will reflect on his 30+ years of comparative education research, with a focus on what we can learn from education in small island developing states who live at ‘the sharp end’ of environmental sustainability.

Professor Michael Crossley’s address will be followed by an interactive panel discussion with other eminent comparative education researchers and practitioners. A light lunch will be provided, followed by a session on getting published and a discussion about the future directions of our regional society, OCIES. The seminar will end with an opportunity for networking over drinks.

Please register your interest and we’ll be in touch with further details in the new year.