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Royce Willis Research Assistant
School of Education Mr Royce Gold Coast
Clint Willoughby Manager, Professional Experience Unit 02 6620 3634
School of Health and Human Sciences Mr Clint Lismore
Catherine Wills Business Partner +61 2 6620 3734
HR Services Mrs BCom(Griffith) Catherine BCom(Griffith) Lismore
Adam Willson Adjunct Fellow
Office of Deputy Vice Chancellor (Research) Mr Adam Lismore
Allyson Wilson Casual Academic (Teaching)
School of Health and Human Sciences Miss Allyson Coffs Harbour
Craig Wilson Casual Academic (Teaching) (02) 6622 3090
School of Business and Tourism Mr Craig Wilson has been a casual member of academic staff at SCU since 1996, where he has taught in the Arts, Education, Social Sciences and Business degree programs. Craig's qualifications are Bachelor of Science with Honours in Psychology from UNSW; and he has worker for more than 25 years in the social welfare and community services sector. Craig currently also works as a Project Officer with Southern Cross Postgraduate Association (SCPA); and serves as Secretary of the SCU branch of the National Tertiary Education Industry Union (NTEU). BSc(Hons)(UNSW) Craig BSc(Hons)(UNSW) Lismore
Donna Wilson Casual Academic (Teaching)
School of Health and Human Sciences Mrs GradCertNursing(UTAS) Donna GradCertNursing(UTAS) Gold Coast
Erica Wilson Associate DVC (Academic) 02 6620 3151
Office of Deputy Vice Chancellor (Academic) Associate Professor

Dr Erica Wilson is Associate to the Deputy Vice Chancellor (Academic) and an Associate Professor in the School of Business and Tourism. Erica has held the roles of Acting Deputy Vice Chancellor Academic, Acting Dean and Head of School, Deputy Head of School, and Director of Teaching and Learning. She is based at the Lismore campus.

Born in Seattle, Erica has called Australia home for over three decades. Her doctoral thesis (Griffith University) was an interpretive, qualitative exploration into the constraints faced by Australian solo women travellers. Erica also holds a postgraduate diploma in environmental studies (Adelaide University), and a first-class honours degree in tourism administration (James Cook University).

Erica has published over 80 scholarly outputs, including two co-edited books: 'Women and Travel: Historical and Contemporary Perspectives' (2017) and 'Slow Tourism: Experiences and Mobilities' (2012). She currently sits on the Editorial Advisory Boards for Hospitality and Society, Journal of Tourism and Development, and the Annals of Leisure Research (where she was Associate Editor and Book Reviews Editor from 2008-2015). Erica was also a member of the Gondwana Rainforests of Australia World Heritage Technical and Scientific and Advisory Committee (from 2006 to 2015). She has supervised a number of PhDs, Masters by Research and Honours theses to successful completion.

As part of a team, Erica was awarded an Office for Learning and Teaching Citation for Outstanding Contribution to Student Learning in 2014 ('Education for Sustainability in the Undergraduate Business Curriculum'), and a Vice Chancellor's Citation for Outstanding Contribution to Student Learning in 2012. She was also awarded the Council for Australasian University Tourism and Hospitality Education CAUTHE Fellows Award in 2013 for Contribution to Tourism Research and Teaching.

Research Interests:

critical pedagogy and theory in tourism

gender and tourism

leisure constraints and negotiation

sustainable tourism in protected and World Heritage areas

qualitative/ feminist methodologies

Teaching Specialisations:

special interest tourism

sustainable tourism

honours coursework and research methods BAdmin(Tourism)(Hons)(JCU), GradDip(EnvStud)(Adel), PhD(Griff) Erica BAdmin(Tourism)(Hons)(JCU), GradDip(EnvStud)(Adel), PhD(Griff) Lismore
Faye Wilson Assistant to Director / Administration Officer 02 6620 3214
Student Administration Services Ms Faye Lismore
Gail Wilson Member of the Emeritus Faculty 0428 677 572
Emeritus Faculty Associate Professor Associate Professor Gail Wilson BA(Hons)(Tor), BEd(Tor), MEd(Macquarie), PhD(Deakin), PFHEA

Gail is a member of Southern Cross University's Emeritus Faculty.

Gail served as Director, Centre for Teaching and Learning, Southern Cross University from 2013-2017.

Gail is an editor for the UK journal Research in Learning Technology (RLT). She is an assessor for the AAUT national teaching awards and a member of ASCILITE and HERDSA. She was recently appointed to the TEQSA Experts Register for a period of three years. She led the Assessment@SCU project completed in 2018 which supports the University's current Assessment Policy. Gail held a position on the HERDSA Executive from 2005 - 2011 and continues to serve on the HERDSA Guides Committee.

Gail was a member of the Global Partnerships for Academic Teaching Excellence Project led by the Queensland University of Technology. She is the lead author on a recently completed resource funded by CAULLT called "External Peer Review of Assessment: A Guide to the External Referencing of Academic Standards".

Gail was one of three members of the Steering Committee of a large teaching and learning grant funded by the Australian Learning & Teaching Council (ALTC) Preparing Academics to Teach in Higher Education (2010). An extension to this grant funded by the Office of Learning and Teaching (OLT) which focused on the development of online modules for staff who teach in higher education teacher preparation programs (TPPs) was completed in 2012.

In 2013 she received another OLT Extension Grant on Peer Review of Teaching in Online and Blended Learning Environments, working with the University of Queensland. Currently, she is leading a CAULLT-funded project to develop a resource to support external peer review of assessment.

Gail's research interests focus on online professional learning for teachers in higher education, resource-based learning, and peer review in the context of online and blended learning environments using a conversational approach to giving and receiving feedback between staff. She is keenly interested in teachers as designers, and ways in which learning design principles and good design practice can be shared with academics.

Gail is currently pursuing postgraduate studies in the area of editing and electronic publishing at Macquarie University to enhance her skills in academic editing. She works part time as an independent consultant in higher education.

ORCID iD PFHEA, BA(Hons)(Tor), BEd(Tor), MEd(Macquarie), PhD(Deakin) Gail PFHEA, BA(Hons)(Tor), BEd(Tor), MEd(Macquarie), PhD(Deakin) Gold Coast