Dr. Craig Whitsed
B.Ed, M.Ed, PhD

Lead Advisor Academic Staff Development (Teaching and Learning), Senior Lecturer, Centre for University Teaching and Leaarning

About me

I have been actively involved in education for over twenty years. I started teaching in the high school sector in Victoria and then in the United Kingdom.  Following that, I spent close to a decade as a lecturer in Japan, working predominately at Doshisha and Kindai universities. I am located in the Murdoch University Centre for University Teaching and Learning.

Teaching area

As Senior Lecturer in the Centre for University Teaching and Learning (CUTL), I teach a across a range of learning contexts and modes including academic professional development and training, postgraduate and undergraduate teaching and HDR supervision.

Academic Professional Development

  • Coordinator:
    The Scholarly Practice of Academics at Murdoch University: This is a required unit for all academic staff on probation. The program is taught in intensive mode involves ten modules and delivered in a blended format. The assessments are aimed at supporting participants prepare their teaching portfolio and philosophies for their applications to continuance, promotions and teaching awards. The role requires negotiating with Schools and HR.
  • Module design and development ( Future Learning Design; Future Learning Practice) for the Murdoch University Learning and Teaching Certificate.
  • Facilitate training and consultation on matters relating to internationalisation of the curriculum, innovative approaches to engaging students in the LMS, academic integrity, academic literacies and student learning.

Postgraduate Teaching

  • School of Education (2014)

EDU645 Adult Learning in Education and Work: This unit examines recent psychological theories and research related to adult learning in academic, vocational and community learning settings, including professional development and workplace learning. By the end of this unit, participants should have developed a sound understanding of the multidimensional, interactive, dynamic and socioculturally situated nature of adult learning. They should be well prepared for designing learning environments which facilitate the development of meaningful knowledge and its application across various settings. see handbook

  • Murdoch University Graduate Research Student Seminar Series:
    • Words on paper – Beginning your literature review, Writing for your audience, Writer’s block: getting words on paper;Thesis by publication; Using Endnote in your research; student consultations.
    •  Using Endnote in your research training sessions
    • Guest Lecturing (Murdoch School of Management and Governance, Qualitative Organisational Research MBS619; MBS620 Research Preparation for Business Topics – Deconstructing academic text & qualitative research paradigms and perspectives). download brochure

Undergraduate Teaching

At present I am currently not coordinating undergraduate classes. Most recently coordinated unit:

  • Unit Coordinator EGL151 English Language Studies  - A three credit point general elective for ESL students
  • Team taught TLC120 Introduction to University Learning – A three credit point general elective.
  • Design and manage the online unit Academic Integrity Learning Task – An educative unit for students who were found to have not followed academic conduct guidelines and expectations
  • Prepared academic skills workshops for offshore students in Singapore and Dubai.
  • Study coach and advisor for Japanese exchange students
  • Guest lecturer and curriculum development for Foundation and Introduction to Education Units – FDN107, SSH100, EDU101, EDU 110
  • Provided academic support and assistance to students through the provision of workshops designed to assist student to prepare for assessment tasks. Provided guest lectures on academic integrity, critical reading and writing, worked with academics in developing curriculum and unit guides, mentored tutors. This also involved individual consultations

Student Consultation

Providing academic guidance and support to undergraduate and postgraduate students.

 

Research areas

My research interests include:

  • Higher education internationalisation
  • Internationalisation of the curriculum
  • International students teaching and learning
  • Academic literacy and integrity
  • Academic’s engagement with internationalisation of the curriculum
  • Academic integrity in the higher education context
  • Domestic and international student interactions in the classroom context
  • Internationalisation in the Japanese higher education context (kokusaika)

PHD Dissertation

Whitsed. C. (2011). Standing in the genkan: Adjunct foreign English language teachers in the Japanese higher education context. PhD thesis, Murdoch University. (500 Downloads)

Abstract extract: This dissertation explores the experiences, knowledge and beliefs of adjunct foreign English language teachers (AFELT), and how they envisage their role and place in the Japanese university context. These experiences are important when considered against a backdrop of Japanese higher education reform and internationalisation. For example, this research asks, what are the experiences of AFELT? how do they conceptualise their expected role? and what do these suggest about internationalisation in the Japanese university context? This dissertation aims to: first, contribute to the understanding of how AFELT construe themselves as situated in the Japanese university context; second, investigate how AFELT contribute to, or not, internationalisation by illuminating phenomena that afford or constrain AFELT practices; third, examine the conceptual usefulness of applying a multi-theoretical perspective to elicit a richer, more nuanced understanding of stakeholders’ social interaction and ‘place’ at both macro and micro levels of internationalisation. It is these phenomena, including notions of inclusion and exclusion, that situate the research in the broader context of internationalisation.

Current projects

Projects (ongoing)

Centre for University Teaching and Learning

Criteria and standards for effective teaching in higher education
IRU-MRUN Collaborative Research Program
, Established Collaborations Stream

Murdoch School of Management and Governance
Understanding leadership reflections
Partner: Leadership WA
(Project Team: Girardi, Boudville, Minaee, Paull, Whitsed)
The investment in leadership development programs continues to rise as organisations struggle to develop leaders at all levels.  This study focuses on the role of reflective practice in leadership development. In this pilot study personal reflections from senior leaders completing an almost year-long leadership development program are analysed using an integrated series of content analysis techniques. This research adds value to the discourse on successful leadership and management education.

Employability skills
(Project Team: Girardi & Whitsed)
Signalling Theory (Spence, 1973) suggests that content provided in organisational communications, such as job advertisements can provide information about unknown organisational characteristics, which can thereby influence applicant attraction (Celani & Singh, 2010).  In this study, job advertisements are used to examine how employers communicate information about the types of employability skills needed by graduates seeking to enter their profession; and whether such communication matches governmental reports and media releases that purport that graduates from Australian universities are not ready for employment in a complex, diverse, global environment.  The study has implications for Universities developing work-ready graduates.

Developing a predictive model for collective engagement: a study in the healthcare sector Partner: St John of Gods Hospitable
(Project Team: Girardi, Paull, Toohey, Whitsed)
As healthcare management becomes more complex, the significant challenges associated with the recruitment of caregivers globally and the retention of medical practitioners is receiving greater attention (Ang et al., 2013).  Previous research has identified that by addressing employee engagement, organisations can influence individual satisfaction, commitment, and retention, as well as individual and organisational performance (Barrick et al., 2015). Barrick et al (2015) propose a model of collective engagement.  In this model, engagement is influenced by three main drivers – motivating work designs which are high on job autonomy and feedback; work practices that are seen by employees as promoting investments in people; and transformational leadership behaviours which align organisational goals and strategic direction.  Using this framework, this research project proposes to develop a predictive model for collective engagement in a healthcare setting.

 

Awards and grants

Awards:

2015 Best Rapid Fire Presentation, Murdoch University, The Conversation: Learning and Teaching Showcase. Rick Cummings & Craig Whitsed.

2011 Vice Chancellor’s Citations for Excellence in Enhancing Learning for ‘sustained leadership in the area of internationalisation and internationalisation of the curriculum to enhance student learning across Murdoch University’.

Grants:

Australian IRU team: Prof Rick Cummings;(Murdoch University); Prof Heather Smigiel (Flinders University) Dr. Craig Whitsed (Murdoch University); Malaysian MURN team:  Prof. Dr. Aida Suraya Md. Yunus (Universiti Putra Malaysia); Prof. Dr. Nazamid Saari; A/Prof. Dr. Muta Harah Zakaria; A/Prof. Dr. Alyani Ismail (Universiti Putra Malaysia); Prof Dr Norazah Mohd Nordin (Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia); Dr. Norizan Esa (Universiti Sains Malaysia). (2015 ongoing).

Criteria and Standards for Effective Teaching in Higher Education. Abstract: This project focuses on improving the professionalisation of teaching through establishing and implementing criteria and standards for teaching effectiveness in universities. The widespread use of student surveys is useful but insufficient to provide evidence of the effectiveness of teaching. This project will expand and clarify the evidence used to assess and determine teaching effectiveness.  It is of utmost importance because it is used in yearly assessment, promotion, criteria for teaching awards, and to set the key performance indicator (KPI) for teaching, and above all to ensure that teaching in universities is not side lined due to the over emphasis on research. IRU-MRUN Collaborative Research Program, Established Collaborations Stream. Funding -$70,000

Girardi, A., & Whitsed, C. (2014-15). School of Management and Governance, Small Grant Funding, Exploring how employers communicate job skills to graduates through job advertisements -  $6,000

Whitsed, C. & Green, W. (2012-2014). Embedding the IoC in Action Framework at the Program Level Across Murdoch and UQ. Office for Learning and Teaching, Extension Grant – $30,000

Whitsed, C. & Green, W. (2011-12). The interaction for learning framework embedding project. Office for Learning and Teaching, Extension Grant – $10,000

Daymon, C., Whitsed, C. (2010). Project: Transnational media education and international student learning. Murdoch University Research Capacity Fund, $6,000

Hyogo Overseas Research Network – Humap. A bridge too far? Full-time non-Japanese academics, kokusaika, and future directions for the Japanese university sector, successful grant application but declined. Hyogo Prefecture ($10-15,000) 2012/2013

Events and speaking engagements

National and International Speaking Invitations

Australia

  • IRU International Forum. Internationalisation of the Curriculum. Delivering on the promise: exploring the interface between academic support and student services support for international students. Murdoch University, September 24 2015.
  • OLT symposium at University of Sunshine Coast, Internationalisation of the curriculum Action Learning Project: Enhancing Understanding of Domestic and International Students Interactions. 2014

Japan

  • Hokkaido University Symposium.On common ground: Facilitating intercultral interactions between international and local students Sapporo Japan. Feb 2015.
  • UMAP Conference. (University Mobility in Asia and the Pacific, Japan Student Services Organization), Kokusaika, Internationalisation of the curriculum and good practice: An Australian perspective, Current Trends in Student Mobility and Internationalization of Curriculum – Impact and Future Prospects. Speaker: Osaka, Japan, Dec 2014.

Presentations, symposia and forums

Green, W., Whitsed, C., Barker, M, Flores, R., & Paull, M. (2016). What does it really mean to internationalise the curriculum? Theoretical and practical perspectives from the coalface of teaching and learning. Australian International Education Conference. Melbourne, October 18-21.

Whitsed, C., & Green, W. (2016). Research perspectives on engaging academic staff in curriculum internationalisation. Inaugural Residential Seminar, Centre for Internationalisation of Education, Stenden University of Applied Sciences, The Netherlands. September 21.

Leask, B, Whitsed, C., Green, W., & Coelen R. (2016). International Classroom Seminar. Groningen University, The Netherlands. September 19.

Whitsed, C., (2016). Finding common ground: An extension project. Learning and teaching through intercultural engagement: IEAA internationalisation of the curriculum forum. IEAA, Melbourne, July 1.

Cummings, R,. Smigiel, H., & Whitsed. C (2016). Rethinking effective teaching in higher education. Purveyors of fine learning since 1992. Curtin University, Perth Teaching and Learning Forum. January 20-29.

Paull, M., Whitsed, C., & Girardi, A. (2016). Applying the Kirkpatrick model: Evaluating Interaction for Learning Framework curriculum interventions. Purveyors of fine learning since 1992. Curtin University, Perth Teaching and Learning Forum. January 20-29.

Whitsed, C., (2015). Internationalisation of the curriculum. IRU International Forum, Delivering on the promise. Murdoch University, Perth, September 24-25.

Girardi, A., Paull, M., Boudville, I., Minaee; S., & Whitsed, C. (2015). Reflective Learning and the Development of Leaders. 29th ANZAM Conference

Cummings, R. & Whitsed, C. (2015). Empowering your academic path. Rapid Fire Presentation, Murdoch University The Conversation: Learning and Teaching Showcase. (Awarded Best Rapid Fire Presentation)

Green, W., Leask, B. & Whitsed, C. (2015). Encouraging powerful ideas to foster global learning. International Education of Association of Australia, Learning and teaching for a globalised world: Internationalisation of the curriculum. July 3, Melbourne University, Melbourne.

Green, W., & Whitsed, C. (2015). Developing internationalised curriculum for a ‘supercomplex’ world: An analysis of narratives written by academics in business, education and health. HERDSA. Learning for life and work in a complex world, July 6-9, Melbourne, Australia.

Green, W., Whitsed, C., Gallagher, J, Goddard, T., Lane, M., (2015). Q&A: How can we realise the potential of international study and practice-based experiences through the curriculum? AIEC 2015, Adelaide 6-9.

Green, W., Whitsed, C., Leask, B., & Tran, Ly. (2015). Bringing global learning into the core of the curriculum. AIEC 2015, Adelaide 6-9.

Trahar, S., (University of Bristol), Wendy. G., (UTas), de Wit, H., (Boston College), Whitsed, C. (2015) Internationalisation of Higher Education, Converging Concepts in Global Higher Education Research: Local, national and international perspectives, Society for Research in to Higher Education Symposium Newport, United Kingdom Dec 9-11.

Whitsed, C., Green, W., & Leask, B. (2014). Carrots not sticks, horses that drink: Engaging disciplinary academic teams in internationalising their curriculum. HERDSA 2014. Hong Kong

Whitsed,C., Green, W., Girardi, A., & Sidhu, R. (2014). A situated approach to engaging disciplinary academic teams for the internationalisation for the curriculum. Australian International Education Conference. Melbourne

Hill, D. & Whitsed, C. (2014)Teaching in an international university? Opportunities and Challenges. Murdoch University, The Conversation: Learning and Teaching – Master Class Series.

Whitsed. C., Richardson, I., Gothard, J., Hobson. J., Middleton. H., Paull. M. (2012). Being on common ground: Facilitating increased cross-cultural interactions in diverse learning contexts. Teaching and Learning Forum. Murdoch University 2 & 3 February.

Beelen, J., Whitsed, C., Myhill, M., & Mak, A. (2013). Internationalisation at home as a moving concept. APAIE, An Ascendant Asia-Pacific: International Higher Education in the 21st Century. Hong Kong March.

Whitsed, C. (2013). Celestial Dogs (mythical Japanese monsters exist). Murdoch University School of Education Research Day (petcha kutcha presentation)

Chang. S., & Whitsed. C. (2012) Plenary. Engagement and connection. ANZSAA and ISANA Tenth Duty of Care WA State Conference, Perth September.

Whitsed. C., Richardson, I., Gothard, J., Hobson. J., Middleton. H., Paull. M. (2012). Being on common ground: Facilitating increased cross-cultural interactions in diverse learning contexts. Teaching and Learning Forum. Murdoch University 2 & 3 Feburary.

Whitsed. C. & Green. W. (2011). Professional development for internationalisation of the curriculum. Internationalisation of the Curriculum National Symposium. Adelaide. October.

Green, W., & Whitsed, C. (2011). Identifying, building and sustaining leadership capacity for communities of practice in higher education. National Symposium: Internationalisation of the Curriculum in Action. Adelaide: ALTC National Fellow, A/Prof. Betty Leask

Whitsed, C. (2011). Recently completed and on-going research: Standing in the genkan: Adjunct foreign English language teachers in the Japanese higher education internationalisation context. The IEAA Research Round Table: Australian International Education Conference, Adelaide, October.

Whitsed,C. & Colbeck. D. (2011). A tale of two cities: Implementing a developmental approach to academic integrity in two Australian universities. 5th Asia-Pacific Conference on Educational Integrity, Perth, September.

Carroll, J., Leask, B. Beelen, J., Whitsed, C. & Green, W.  (2011). What the…? You want me to do even more?! – Engaging academic staff in internationalisation of the curriculum. Australian International Education Conference, Adelaide, October.

Whitsed, C. (2010). Constructing a whole university internationalisation strategy. Paper presented at the 2010 International Forum: Providing an inclusive campus and community experience for international students, Flinders University Adelaide. November.

Whitsed, C. (2010). Negotiating academic literacies: Japanese exchange students in Australian higher education. Paper presented at the Second Asian Conference on Education Osaka, Japan. December.

Phillips, R., Beasley, C. & Whitsed, C. (2009) We should teach our staff about what we teach our students about university culture. Teaching and Learning Forum. Perth Western Australia

Posters

Cummings. R, Smigel, H., & Whitsed. C., (2016). Teaching quality framework: Shaping the future of teaching. Collaborating to shape the future of learning and teaching. Office for Learning and Teaching Conference, Learning and Teaching 2030, April 28-29, Melbourne.

Whitsed,C., & Green, W. (2014). The games we play: A situated approach to engaging disciplinary academic teams for the internationalisation of their curriculum. ICED. Stockholm

Professional and community service

Murdoch University. 2015
Presently I am serving a second term as an elected academic staff member on the Murdoch University Academic Council. In addition, I am was elected to the Academic Consultative Group who meet with the University Management to discuss issues and employment conditions concerning academic staff in relation to the Enterprise Bargaining Process.

Previous Years
Over the term of my employment I have served in a number of service related roles including though not limited to the following:

  • An elected member to the Murdoch University Academic Council (3 year term)
  • Member of the Teaching and Learning Committee.(3 year term)
  • co-Chair (with Prof. Andrew Taggart) the Murdoch University Internationalisation Steering Committee.
  • I have also participated in numerous Working Parties (e.g., TNE, Academic Misconduct Regulations)

Beyond Murdoch University

IEAA SIG Leadership: I am an active member of the International Education Association of Australia and with the association have organised national level symposia, forums and professional training. I have been nominate twice (unsuccessfully) for a position in the Association’s Board and play and active and ongoing role in the management of the Special Interest Group, Internationalisation of the Curriculum as SIG Convener and adviser.

Editorial Board Member: The Journal of Studies in International Education
Reviewer: I am regularly invited to review article submissions to the Journal of Studies in International Education (b/w 10-12 per/year) and review for:

  • Journal of Research in International Education
  • Men and masculinity
  • Journal International Education Journal: Comparative Perspectives
  • Higher Education
  • Asia Pacific Journal of Education

Conference abstracts and papers submissions to:

  • Australian International Education Conference (IDP)
  • ISANA International education Association
  • Murdoch University Postgraduate Student Association Multidisciplinary Conference (2014)

University of Groningen, Panel of experts: I been invited to participate and contribute to the University of Groningen’s International Classroom project (2015 -).

Symposia, Forums & Planning Committees
Organisation and participation in speaking events including:

  • IEAA Internationalisation of the Curriculum SIG Forum 2015: Learning and teaching for life and work in a globalised world 3rd July, Melbourne
  • Australian International Education Conference Presentation and Pre-conference workshops (2013-15)
  • 5th Asia Pacific Conference on Educational integrity organization committee (2011-12)
  • Internationalisation of the curriculum in action: National Symposium. Chaired by A/Prof Betty Leask. Adelaide, October 10, 2011.
  • Murdoch University 2012 Symposium: Embedding internationalisation of the curriculum
  • Murdoch University NEST guest speakers

Doctoral and masters supervisions

PhD supervision:

School of Education

  • Kahuhiro Kudo – PhD Supervision 40% with Prof Simone Volet, School of Education – Thesis topic: Japanese and international students friendship formation

School of Management and Governance

  • Linda Riebe – PhD Supervision 40% with A/Prof Antonia Girardi, School Management and Governance – Thesis topic: Teamwork and 21st Century Skills
  • Jo-anne Kestral – PhD Supervision 40% with A/Prof David Holloway, School Management and Governance – Thesis topic: Accounting graduates work-readiness 

Masters Supervision:

  • Ashleigh Roberts – Masters Supervision 50% with Dr. Megan Paull, School of Management and Governance – Thesis topic. Postgraduate student supervision

Publications

Books

Green, W., & Whitsed, C. (Eds.) (2015). Critical perspectives on internationalisation of the curriculum in the disciplines: Reflective narrative accounts from business, education and health. Rotterdam, The Netherlands: Sense Publishers.

Book Chapters

Trahar, S., Green, W., de Wit, H., & Whitsed, C. (2015). Internationalisation of higher education. In J. Case & J. Huisman (eds) Investigating Higher Education: International perspectives. Society for Research in to Higher Education/Routledge book series Research into Higher Education.

Green, W., & Whitsed. C. Introducing internationalisation of the curriculum in action, in Green, W., & Whitsed, C. (eds.) (2015). Critical perspectives on internationalisation of the curriculum in the disciplines: Reflective narrative accounts from business, education and health. Rotterdam, The Netherlands: Sense Publishers

Green, W., & Whitsed. C. Internationalising the curriculum in business, in Green, W., & Whitsed, C. (eds.) (2015). Critical perspectives on internationalisation of the curriculum in the disciplines: Reflective narrative accounts from business, education and health. Rotterdam, The Netherlands: Sense Publishers

Whitsed, C., & Green. W. Internationalising the curriculum in education, in in Green, W., & Whitsed, C. (eds.) (2015). Critical perspectives on internationalisation of the curriculum in the disciplines: Reflective narrative accounts from business, education and health. Rotterdam, The Netherlands: Sense Publishers

Green, W., & Whitsed, C. Internationalising the curriculum in health. in Green, W., & Whitsed, C. (eds.) (2015). Critical perspectives on internationalisation of the curriculum in the disciplines: Reflective narrative accounts from business, education and health. Rotterdam, The Netherlands: Sense Publishers

Whitsed, C., & Green. W. Critical reflections on the internationalisation of the curriculum, in Green, W., & Whitsed, C. (eds.) (2015). Critical perspectives on internationalisation of the curriculum in the disciplines: Reflective narrative accounts from business, education and health. Rotterdam, The Netherlands: Sense Publishers

Forthcoming Book Chapters

Paull, M., & Whitsed, C. (2017) Corporate and employee volunteering: Genuine corporate social responsibility or exploitation of opportunities? (Position theory is used to explore how volunteering is used to position corporations and individuals across multiple story lines). To be published in, Brueckner, M (ed), Responsible Citizenship, Corporate Social Responsibility and Sustainability: Perspectives from business, society and politics. Springer

Journal Articles

Riebe, L., Girardi, A., & Whitsed, C. (2016). Understanding the factors that affect the learning and teaching of teamwork skills in Higher Education, Small Group Research, 47,6, pages 616-664 doi: 10.1177/104696416665221

Paull, M., Whitsed, C., & Girardi, A. (2016). Applying the Kirkpatrick model: Evaluating Interaction for Learning Framework curriculum interventions, Issues in Educational Research, 26,3 490-507 http://www.iier.org.au/iier26/paull.html

Whitsed, C. & Green, W. (2016). Lessons from Star Trek: Engaging academic staff in theinternationalisation of the curriculum. International Journal for Academic Development, 1-13.  doi: 10.1080/1360144X.2016.1170019

Whitsed, C. & Wright, P. (2016). A bricolage exploration in genkan space: Tengu and adjunct TEFL in the Japanese university context, International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education, 29,4 pages 594-615.

Whitsed, C., Green, W., (2014), What’s in a name? A theoretical exploration of the proliferation of labels for international education across the higher education sector, Journal of Studies in International Education, 18, 2, pages 105-119.

Whitsed, C., Volet, S., (2013), Positioning foreign English language teachers in the Japanese university context, Teachers and Teaching: Theory and Practice, 19, 6, pages 717 – 735.

Whitsed, C., Wright, P., (2013), English language learning in the Japanese higher education sector: towards internationalisation, Intercultural Education, 24,3, pages 222 – 236.

Green, W., Whitsed, C., (2012), Reflections on an Alternative Approach to Continuing Professional Learning for Internationalization of the Curriculum Across Disciplines, Journal of Studies in International Education, 17, 2, pages 148 – 164.

Whitsed, C., Wright, P., (2011), Perspectives from within: Adjunct, foreign, English-language teachers in the internationalization of Japanese universities, Journal of Research in International Education, 10, 1, pages 28 – 45.

Whitsed, C., Volet, S., (2011), Fostering the intercultural dimensions of internationalisation in higher education: Metaphors and challenges in the Japanese context, Journal of Studies in International Education, 15, 2, pages 146 – 170.

Forthcoming Journal Articles:

Toohey, D., McGill, T., & Whitsed, C. (in Review (R2)). Engaging academic staff in transnational teaching: The job satisfaction challenge. Journal of International Studies in Education

Kestel, J., & Whitsed, C., Holloway, D. (in Review (R2)). Reconceptualising the teaching of undergraduate accounting: ‘Trying on’ a professional identity. Higher Education Research and Development

Kudo, K., Volet, S., & Whitsed, C. (in Review (R1)). Intercultural relationship development at university: A systematic literature review from an ecological perspective, Educational Research Review

Blind Peer Reviewed Full Conference Papers

Giriardi, A, Paull, M, Whitsed, C, Toohey, D, & Leanne Monterosso (2016), Understanding engagement in healthcare: A mixed methods study in a large nonprofit Australian hospital. 30th ANZAM Conference, Brisbane. 6-9 December.

Giriardi, A., Whitsed. C., Paull, M, Omari, M, & Ogilvie, M. (2016). Demand and Development of Graduate Skills: Examining employer perspectives using a mixed methods study. 30th ANZAM Conference, Brisbane. 6-9 December.

Reibe, L., Giriardi, A., & Whitsed. C. (2016) Teaching teamwork skills in Australian higher education Business Disciplines . Purveyors of fine learning since 1992. Teaching and Learning Forum. http://ctl.curtin.edu.au/events/conferences/tlf/tlf2016/refereed/riebe.pdf

Girardi, A., Minaee, S., Paull, M., Whitsed, C., & Boudville, I. (2015). Reflective Learning and the Development of Leaders. Managing for peak performance. 29th ANZAM Conference, Queenstown NZ. 2-4 December.

Whitsed. C. & Colbeck. D. (2011). A tale of two cities: Implementing a developmental approach to academic integrity in two Australian universities. 5th Asia-Pacific Conference on Educational Integrity, Perth, September

Publications Other

Whitsed, C & Green, W. (May, 2016). An international education strategy with no vision. University World News. http://www.universityworldnews.com/article.php?story=20160512010451899

Whitsed, C & Green, W. (Nov 4, 2015). Internationalisation of the Curriculum for the 21st Century: Liberating the imagination. Blog.  The Association of Commonwealth Universities. https://www.acu.ac.uk/membership/member-communities/internationalisation/articles/internationalising-curriculum-liberating-imagination

Leask, B., Green, W., & Whitsed, C. (Winter, 2015). In Australia, internationalisation of the curriculum at home: Two concepts, similar goals. FORUM: Discussing International Education, European Association for International Education. http://www.eaie.org/

Whitsed, C.,  & Green, W. (May, 2015) Dispositions, mindsets and the future: Reconceptualising how we prepare future graduates. Vista. International Education Association of Australia. https://issuu.com/ieaaustralia/docs/vista_winter_2015_final

Whitsed, C., & Green, W. (2015). Broadening ambitions for international education. University World News. 17 April, http://www.universityworldnews.com/article.php?story=20150415051443841

Whitsed,C.,  & Green, W (2013). Mapping the curriculum in the Asian Century. Vista. International Education Association of Australia, Autumn, http://www.ieaa.org.au/news-info/2013-2

Whitsed, C., & Green, W. (2013). Internationalisation begins with the curriculum. University World News, January 2013 & Republished in Vista (2013), http://www.universityworldnews.com/article.php?story=20130123121225469