Building Stakeholder Relationships in the Design and Development Process
Southern Cross University is currently undergoing major change in research structures with three new Research Institutes in Innovative Agriculture, Regional Futures, and the Institute for Development, Environment and Sustainability (IDEAS). The Institute for Innovative Agriculture builds on SCU’s base of research excellence in primary industries which is relevant to our subtropical regional footprint, providing a platform for the development and continuation of partnerships with industry and government. It will bring together Southern Cross Plant Science and the new multidisciplinary Centre for Organics Research.
In this presentation from Research Facilities Design and Development 2017, Geraldine McKenzie Deputy Vice Chancellor of Research, Southern Cross University explores:
- A case study of the Organics Research Centre, a partnership between Southern Cross University and the NSW Department of Primary Industries
- Partnering with Governmental departments to further research collaboration
- Coordinating and integrating of basic and applied research; extension and commercialisation; education and training; and policy development and managing all relevant stakeholders
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