Dr Carolyn Dickie is Associate Professor in the
School of Management at Curtin University Carolyn's research
focuses on management and management systems, international
management, management ethics, and education. With post-graduate
business and teaching degrees and a strong business background,
Carolyn is currently the Director of Teaching and Learning in the
School of Management at Curtin Business School. With experience in
cross-cultural communication, Carolyn has undertaken a wide variety
of higher degree by research activities with local students and
overseas academics. In 2010, Carolyn won a Curtin University prize
in recognition of her significant research output. She has
successfully supervised several students to completion of their PhD
research, and she is currently supervising students in a wide
variety of disciplines.
Associate Professor Laurie Dickie has extensive teaching experience at primary, secondary and tertiary levels in areas covering business, management, communications, HRM and training and development. Currently he is a Higher Education consultant to universities, primarily providing support in curriculum development and specialist training programmes for individual staff members and overseas programme managers. He was previously a senior academic working as Academic Co-ordinator of Higher Degrees by Research at Curtin Business School, where he worked closely with students through the PhD and MPhil research process, as well as mentoring research supervisors. Laurie was a highly productive researcher in the Curtin Business School Divisional Office, and personally supervised many local and overseas students in their doctoral studies.