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About Associate Professor Michelle Wallace

Associate Professor Michelle Wallace BA(Hons)(Syd) MEd(NE) PhD(Deakin) DipEd(WilliamBalmainCollege)

Associate Professor Michelle Wallace has been an academic since 1990 and held a range of middle management and academic governance roles at Southern Cross University. She was Director of the Masters in Human Resources and Organisational Development and Director of Teaching and Learning in the Graduate College of Management. She chaired the Tweed Gold Coast Campus Ethics Sub-Committee.
Michelle has developed and taught post-graduate coursework programs in the areas of training and development, organisational development and human resources. She has supervised many workplace research projects, Masters, DBA and PhD theses in the area of workplace learning, organisational change, leadership, volunteers, casualisation of the workforce, recruitment and retention, work identity, community engagement and ethics and has researched human resource practices in numerous organisations.
Michelle’s PhD examined gender and human resource practices in Australian organisations. Her recent publications include works on HRM, power and identity in organisations, change, career development and transnational teaching and learning. Michelle's current research involves attraction of workers to certain industries still experiencing skills shortages (Rail CRC), skilled migration (Rail CRC), retention of workers in industries in Australian and international contexts, women in middle-management and international/transnational teaching and learning (ALTC). In 2008 she co-edited a book on transnational higher education.
Michelle is on the editorial boards and is a reviewer for several journals. She is a Chartered Member of the Australian Human Resources Institute (AHRI) and a member of the British Academy of Management and the Australia New Zealand Academy of Management (ANZAM).

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