ELIZABETH MARY GRIERSON, Educator
Also known as
ELIZABETH MARY GRESSON, Barrister
Elizabeth M. Grierson
|Barrister and Solicitor High Court of New Zealand|
Barrister, Vulcan Chambers Barristers at Law,Vulcan Lane Auckland ELIZABETH GRESSON
Australian Legal Practitioner within meaning of the Legal Profession Uniform Law (Vic).
Professor, Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology [RMIT] University, Melbourne Victoria Australia
Adjunct Professor AUT University Auckland.
Editor: ACCESS incorporated with EPAT Journal Taylor & Francis UK (2001-continuing) http://www.tandfonline.com/loi/rept20?open=7&repitition=0&#.V5goQteLB9N
Lawyer, Editors’ Collective Council, NZ http://www.editorscollective.org.nz/
NZ Contact PO Box 245 Auckland 1140 New Zealand
Career record presents a strong profile of qualifications and experiences in law and education: a PhD in Education and University Professor, a Barrister and Solicitor of the High Court of New Zealand, and an Australian Legal Practitioner within the meaning of the Legal Profession Uniform Law (Vic).
Doctor of Philosophy (Education) University of Auckland, NZ .
Juris Doctor with Distinction, RMIT University Melbourne, Australia .
Master of Arts (First Class Hons.) (Art History) University of Auckland, NZ .
Bachelor of Arts (English Language & Literature), University of Auckland.
Diplomas & Certificates
Graduate Diploma of Legal Practice, College of Law Victoria, Australia .
Certificates of Proficiency x 5 Art History, University of Auckland, NZ [1984-85].
Licentiate Diploma NZ Speech Board, Wellington; Associate Diploma Trinity College London, University of London. Diploma of Teaching, NZ Department of Education; Secondary Teachers Certificate, Teachers Training College Auckland.
2. VALUES & STRENGTHS Professional values are to
- work ethically and respectfully with others;
- work with integrity to the job at hand;
- be responsive and use my initiative to solve problems;
- be flexible and adapt to new situations and requirements;
- bring a critical mind to issues and ideas;
- provide excellent service to stakeholders;
- be organized and timely;
- listen carefully and communicate clearly in oral and written language;
- build relationships between people both internal and external to the organisation;
- take pride in all aspects of my work.
- Analytical skills and ability to apply analysis to diverse tasks.
- Critical skills in listening, writing, reading, understanding issues in context.
- Research skills and significant experience as a researcher.
- Organizational and management techniques, skills and experience.
- Problem solving skills and experience; apply good judgement to diverse issues.
- Able to determine an issue, find solutions, work strategically in planning and implementation.
- Intellectual abilities; quick learner; able to apply intelligence to investigate relevant matters.
- Sound cultural awareness.
- Recognised ability to communicate orally and in writing with a diverse range of audiences.
- Interpersonal skills; able to bring teams together and to work well in a team; attentive listening.
- High emotional intelligence; and resilience.
- Work respectfully with others, and for regulative requirements in an organization.
3. EMPLOYMENT RECORD
Barrister, Vulcan Chambers Barristers at Law, Auckland. Registered New Zealand Law Society Inc. Register of Lawyers
Editor ACCESS journal http://www.tandfonline.com/loi/rept20?open=7&repitition=0#.VIX0XWSUelw
Lawyer, Editors Collective Council http://www.editorscollective.org.nz
*June-September: Australian Legal Practitioner, J.N. Zigouras & Co, Level 11, 271 William Street, Melbourne, supervised legal work: medical negligence claims, an international claim in Switzerland, and Working with Children check (for VCAT application), and accompany the instructing lawyer to hearings at Magistrates Court and County Court, Melbourne. 2 July issued with Australian Practising Certificate (Vic).
* Continue with doctorate supervision and research, RMIT University (casual).
2005-2015 RMIT University Melbourne: Full time.
2005-2012 RMIT: Executive contract, as Head of School. Executive Member of Design and Social Context College; Research leader of Design Research Institute and Global Cities Research Institute.
1995-2004 AUT University NZ: academic management positions: Acting Assoc. Dean Research & Postgraduate Studies, Faculty of Arts; Associate Head of School; Head of Research.
2004— AUT: appointed Adjunct Professor (continuing).
1998-1999 Visiting Research Fellow University of Brighton, Sussex, UK: an invited research position at Faculty of Art and Architecture, School of Historical and Critical Studies, and contributing to conferences in the UK.
1994-1995 Head of School ASA, Auckland NZ; Academic leadership and management with focus on degree development.
1987-1994 The University of Auckland, Continuing Education Department: Course Developer & Lecturer public programmes and Women’s Studies Certificate; Lecturer/ course developer ASA, UNITEC, AIT.
Prior to 1987 Secondary School Teacher: Art, Art History, English, Drama. Various schools in Auckland and Hamilton: Fairfield College Hamilton, Manurewa High School Manukau, Epsom Girls’ Grammar Auckland.
NZLSI New Zealand Law Society Inc.
ADLSI Auckland District Law Society Inc.
ANZELA Australia and New Zealand Education Law Association
LIV Law Institute of Victoria
PESA Philosophy of Education Society of Australasia
FRSA Life Fellow Royal Society for the encouragement of Arts, Manufacturers and Commerce (UK)
Zonta International, Auckland, past member.
5. RESEARCH PROJECTS
Legal Research Projects: 2012-18
A wide range of research projects undertaken in arts, education and law demonstrate dedication to research, analysis, collaboration, writing, and dissemination. Recent legal projects (selected):
*The Gresson Judges in NZ: Henry Barnes Gresson J, Sir Kenneth Macfarlane Gresson J (President NZ’s first Court of Appeal), Terence A. Gresson J, and Sir John Edward Denniston J. (Judges in the family of husband Nicholas Lyon Gresson QSM).
* Evidence in Employment Law and Criminal Jurisdiction: presentation at ANZELA Conference 2016.
* Trust and Fiduciary Duties in education, case study in employment law, publication 2016.
* Feminist Jurisprudence project for publication in an Australian journal (in process).
* Intellectual Property rights and obligations research, for presentation in 2014 and publication 2016.
* TEQSA in Australia: legal regulation of universities, for presentation in 2013 and publication.
* Cyberstalking & Cyberbullying: legal responses in Australia & NZ, ANZELA Conference 2012.
* Cyberbullying and Duty of Care: policy & legal analysis, for presentation ANZELA Conference 2016.
* Restorative Justice in NZ and Australia, for conference presentation 2015.
* Supreme Court of Victoria, Court of Appeal: Interlocutory Appeals in Criminal Jurisdiction 2010-2015. Legal Research Project: research informed confidential report from Chief Judicial Registrar for the Chief Justice Supreme Court of Victoria, Her Honour Marilyn Warren AC, QC. (2015)
2013 City Safety: Urban Laboratory Project: with RMIT and City of Melbourne City Safety group.
2010-11 The Trust Project; on social experiences of crime in urban context; co-winner Design Against Crime Challenge RMIT Design Research Institute, Melbourne. Judges’ statement re the winning project: “A project where art meets social design, Trust: Intervention Through Art reminds us of the value of positive community experience – where building capacity between different social and cultural groups to connect, meet and converse is significant in mitigating prejudice, aggression and crime.”
2008-10 Designing Sound for Health and Wellbeing: 3-year Australia Research Council Linkage Grant, co-researcher in a collaborative team of education, design and medical researchers, RMIT University and St Vincent’s Hospital Melbourne, Emergency Medicine Department, ID # LP0882346. [see Publications]
6. PUBLICATIONS in law, education, arts [selected]
BOOKS x 12
BOOK CHAPTERS x 40
REFEREED JOURNAL ARTICLES x 48
CONFERENCE PAPERS x 43
PUBLISHED CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS: x 16
INVITED SPEAKER / KEYNOTE: x 45
2017 E.M. Grierson (ed.) Transformations: Art and the City. Bristol: Intellect Books.
2017 Grierson, E.M. (Ed.) (June 2017) Activating Aesthetics. Routledge Special Issues Series. This is an invitation from Routledge to publish a Book from a Special Issue of Educational Philosophy and Theory incorporating ACCESS, 47(6), 546-562 (June 2015) http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/00131857.2015.1026303#
2015: De-Signing Design: Cartographies of theory and practice, Elizabeth Grierson, H, Edquist & H. Frichot (Eds), Lexington Books, Rowman & Littlefield.
2013 Grierson, E.M. & Sharp, K. (Eds.) (2013) Re-imagining the City: Art, globalisation and urban spaces. Bristol: Intellect Books.
2012 Allpress, B., Barnacle, R., Duxbury, L., Grierson, E. (Eds.) (2012) Supervising Practices for Postgraduate Research in Art, Architecture and Design. Book Series, Educational Futures: Rethinking Theory and Practice, series editor, Michael A. Peters. Rotterdam: Sense Publishers.
2012 Brown, D., Grierson, E.M., Jelinek, G., Macarow, K.M., Samartzis, P., Weiland, T., Winter, C. Designing Sound for Health and Wellbeing. Melbourne: Australian Scholarly Publishing.
2012 Grierson, E.M. & Edquist, H. A Skilled Hand and Cultivated Mind. A guide to the architecture and art of RMIT University 2nd edition revised. Melbourne: RMIT University Press.
2011 Grierson, E.M. (Ed.) A Life in Poetry. Nicholas Lyon Gresson. Melbourne: ASP.
2010 Forrest, D. & Grierson, E. (Eds.) The Doctoral Journey in Art Education: Reflections on doctoral studies by Australian and New Zealand Art Educators. Melbourne: ASP.
2009 Grierson, E.M. & Brearley, L. Creative Arts Research: Narratives of methodologies and practices. Rotterdam: Sense Publishers.
2008 Grierson, E.M. & Edquist, H. A Skilled Hand and Cultivated Mind. A guide to the architecture and art of RMIT University 1st edition. Melbourne: RMIT University Press.
2007 Duxbury, L., Grierson, E.M., & Waite, D. (Eds). Thinking through Practice: Art as research in the academy. Informit E-Library, RMIT University Press, Melbourne. Hard copy edition 2008.
2003 Grierson, E.M. & Mansfield, J.E. (Eds) (2003). The Arts in Education: Critical perspectives from Aotearoa New Zealand. Palmerston North: Dunmore Press/Thomson Learning. [Launched by NZ Prime Minister, Rt Hon. Helen Clark at University of Auckland, Graduate Club, Old Government House.]
1993 Elizabeth Grierson. New Zealand Women Printmakers: Zonta International Touring Exhibition: Celebrating Suffrage Centennial 1993 Auckland, N.Z.: Zonta International.
Commentary: See Fiona Linda Ward, Creative Printmaking in New Zealand, 1930-2007: An Annotated Bibliography. Thesis, Master of Library and Information Studies, Victoria University Wellington 2008.
BOOK CHAPTERS 2009-2017 [see Publications for full list]
2017 Grierson, E.M. (April 2017) Working towards a Just City. In E.M. Grierson (Ed.) Transformations: Art and the City, Bristol: Intellect UK [This chapter addresses restorative justice].
2017 Grierson, E.M. (2017) Activating Aesthetics: Working with Heidegger and Bourdieu for engaged pedagogy. In E.M.Grierson (Ed.) Activating Aesthetics. London: Routledge.
2017 Grierson, E.M. (2017) Raising Alterity: Working towards a Just City. In E.M. Grierson (Ed.) Transformations: Art and the City, Bristol: Intellect Books UK.
Grierson, E.M. (forthcoming) Narrating Objects to Make them Personal. In R. Baines (Ed.) Making Objects Personal. Melbourne: Australian Scholarly Publishing.
Grierson, E.M. (forthcoming). Edges of Knowing and Being. In IAPL book from IAPL conference 2009. (Textures: Philosophy/Literature/Culture Series). Lexington Books, Rowman & Littlefield.
2015 Grierson, E.M. (2015) De-Signing the City: Interventions through Art. In De-Signing Design: Cartographies of theory and practice. Lexington, Rowman & Littlefield.
Grierson, E.M. (2015). De-Signing: Where lies the art of it?. In De-Signing Design: Cartographies of theory and practice. Lexington, Rowman & Littlefield.
Grierson, E.M., Edquist, H., Frichot, H. (2015). General Introduction: Designing design. In De-Signing Design: Cartographies of theory and practice. Lexington, Rowman & Littlefield.
2013 Grierson, E. (2013) Reflecting on A Complex Terrain: Art and text as generative praxis. In Michael A. Peters & Tina (A. C.) Besley (Eds), The Creative University. Rotterdam: Sense Publishers.
Grierson, E.M. (2013). Languaging the Local in the Global: Across the Pacific and beneath southern skies. In A. Garner (Ed.) Mapping South: Journeys in south-south cultural relations. The South Project Inc., Melbourne [published in English and Spanish].
Grierson, E.M. (2013) Die Künste und die Kreativwirtschaft: Neue Allianzen in den Geisteswissenschaften [The Arts and Creative Industries: New Alliances in the Humanities]. In Kunibert Bering, Stefan Holscher, Rolf Niehoff & Karina Pauls (Eds.) Asthetisches Handeln International. Dusseldorf, Germany: Dusseldorf Art Academy. [Published in German]
Grierson, E.M. (2013). Spinning the Diamond. In Walking with Time, Nicholas Lyon Gresson. Melbourne: Australian Scholarly Publishing.
Grierson, E.M. (2013) Encountering the Elephant Parade: Interactions of aesthetics, ecology, and economy. In Re-imagining the City: Art, globalisation and urban spaces. Bristol: Intellect Books.
Grierson, E. M. & Sharp, K. (2013) Situating art, urban space and globalization, In Re-imagining the City: Art, globalisation and urban spaces. Bristol: Intellect Books.
2012 Grierson, E.M. (2012). A complex terrain: Putting theory and practice to work as a generative praxis. In B. Allpress, R. Barnacle, L. Duxbury, E. Grierson (Eds.), Supervising Practices for Postgraduate Research in Art, Architecture and Design (pp. 65-79). Rotterdam: Sense Publishers.
Allpress, B., Barnacle, R., Duxbury, L., Grierson, E. (2012). Supervising practice-led research by project in art, creative writing, architecture and design. In B. Allpress, R. Barnacle, L. Duxbury, E. Grierson (Eds.), Supervising Practices for Postgraduate Research in Art, Architecture and Design (pp. 1-14). Rotterdam: Sense Publishers.
2011 Grierson, E.M. (2011) The Life, The Poetry, The Person. In E.M. Grierson (Ed.) A Life In Poetry. Nicholas Lyon Gresson (pp. xi – xix). Melbourne: Arcadia, an imprint of Australian Scholarly Publishing
2010 Grierson, E.M. (2010). Curiosity, Criticality and Care: Curating as a way of thinking and being. In D. Forrest (Ed) The Curator in the Academy (pp. 19-31). Melbourne: Australian Scholarly Publishing.
Grierson, E.M. (2010). The Art of Migration through Contemporary Jewellery. In R. Baines (Ed.) Australian Jewellery Topos: Talking about Place (pp. 6-11). Melbourne: Australian Scholarly Publishing.
Grierson, E.M. (2010). Global Mobility: Interfacing through public art. In G. Hogg & K. Sharp (Eds.) Outersite: The intercultural projects of RMIT Art in Public Space (pp. 1-7). Melbourne: McCulloch & McCulloch.
Grierson, E.M. (2010). Thoughts on a Doctorate: Another mountain to climb. In D. Forrest & E. Grierson (Eds.) The Doctoral Journey in Art Education: Reflections on doctoral studies by Australian and New Zealand Art Educators. (pp. 116-140). Melbourne: Australian Scholarly Publishing.
2009 Grierson, E.M. (2009). Imagining a Faculty of Navigations in the Academy of Radical Generosity. In E.M. Delacruz, A. Arnold, A. Kuo, M. Parsons (Eds.), Globalization, Art and Education (pp. 307-313). Reston, VA, USA: NAEA National Art Education Association.
Grierson, E.M. (2009). Ways of Revealing: The work of jewellery as a work of art. In R.Baines (Ed.) Treasure Room- Australia, Schatzkammer- Australien, (pp. 9-11). Melbourne: Australian Scholarly Publishing. [Launch in Munich, Germany, Schatzkammer- Australien, March 2010.]
Grierson, E.M. (2009). Ways of Knowing and Being: Navigating the conditions of knowledge and becoming a creative subject. In E.M. Grierson & L. Brearley (2009). Creative Arts Research: Narratives of methodologies and practices. (Book Series Educational Futures: Rethinking Theory and Practice, series editor, Michael A. Peters). Rotterdam: Sense Publishers.
Grierson, E.M. (2009). Ways of Deconstructing: Risks, imagination and reflexivity. In E.M. Grierson & L. Brearley (2009). Creative Arts Research: Narratives of methodologies and practices. Rotterdam: Sense Publishers.
Grierson, E.M. & Brearley, L. (2009). Ways of Framing: Introducing creative arts research. In E.M. Grierson & L. Brearley (2009). Creative Arts Research: Narratives of methodologies and practices. Rotterdam: Sense Publishers.
Grierson, E.M. & Brearley, L. (2009). Ways of Learning from Creative Research. In E.M. Grierson & L. Brearley (2009). Creative Arts Research: Narratives of methodologies and practices. Rotterdam: Sense Publishers.
JOURNAL ARTICLES 2009-2017 [see Publications for full list]
2017 (in process) Feminist Jurisprudence: Analysing Feminism In and Through Law, submitted to law journal.
2017 Elizabeth Mary Grierson Re-imagining Learning through Art as Experience: An aesthetic approach to education for life, Educational Philosophy and Theory, DOI: 10.1080/00131857.2017.1284037. To link to this article online : http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/00131857.2017.1284037
2016 Michael A. Peters, Petar Jandrich, Ruth Irwin, Kirsten Locke, Nesta Devine, Richard Heraud (Moderator), Andrew Gibbons, Tina Besley, Jayne White, Daniella Forster, Liz Jackson, Elizabeth Grierson, Carl Mika, Georgina Stewart, Marek Tesar, Susanne Brighouse, Sonja Arndt, George Lazariou, Ramona Mihalia, Leon Bernade, Catherine Legg, John Ozolins, Peter Roberts, (2016) Towards a Philosophy of Academic Publishing. Educational Philosophy and Theory. VOL. 48, NO. 14, 1401–1425 http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/00131857.2016.1240987
Elizabeth M. Grierson (2016) Activating the Creative Arts and Technology for a Global Digital Economy: Provocations and challenges for a new philosophy, Educational Philosophy and Theory, 48:13, 1299-1309, DOI: 10.1080/00131857.2016.1239351 To link to this article: http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/00131857.2016.1239351
Elizabeth Mary Grierson (2016) Trust and Fiduciary Relationships in Education: What happens when trust is breached?, Educational Philosophy and Theory, DOI: 10.1080/00131857.2016.1231052 To link to this article online: http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/00131857.2016.1231052
2015 Grierson, E.M. Activating Aesthetics: Working with Heidegger and Bourdieu for engaged pedagogy. ACCESS Special Issue: Activating Aesthetics. Educational Philosophy and Theory incorporating ACCESS, 47(6), 546-562. http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/00131857.2015.1026303#
2013 Grierson, E.M. Reinscribing the Politics of Difference: Where to now? ACCESS: Critical Perspective on Communication, Cultural & Policy Studies, 32(1&2)
2012 Grierson, E.M. & Peters, M.A. (2012). ACCESS thirty years of academic publishing. ACCESS: Critical Perspective on Communication, Cultural & Policy Studies, 31(1).
Grierson, E.M. (2012). ACCESS and Me. ACCESS: Critical Perspective on Communication, Cultural & Policy Studies, 31(1).
2011 Grierson, E.M. (2011). Art and Creativity in the Global Economies of Education. Educational Philosophy and Theory, 43(4), 336-350.
Grierson, E.M. (2011). Introduction: Ways of Drawing Out. ACCESS: Critical Perspective on Communication, Cultural & Policy Studies, 30(1), iii-vi.
Grierson, E. & Flood, A. (2011). Thresholds and Transformations: An introduction. ACCESS: Critical Perspective on Communication, Cultural & Policy Studies, 30(2), iii-viii.
Macarow, K., Weiland, T., Brown, D., Jelinek, G., Samartzis, P., Grierson E., Winter C. (2011). Designing Sound for Health and Wellbeing in Emergency Care Settings. Journal of Applied Arts & Health, 2(3), 207-219.
Weiland, T.J., Jelinek, G.A., Macarow, K.E., Samartzis, P., Brown, D.M., Grierson E.M., Winter C. (2011). Original Sound Compositions reduce anxiety in Emergency Department Patients: a randomized controlled trial. Medical Journal of Australia (MJA), 195, 694-698. Doi: 10.5694/mja10.10662.
2010 Grierson, E.M. (2010). Building Dwelling Thinking and Aesthetic Relations in Urban Spaces: A Heideggerian Perspective on Relational Pedagogy as a Form of Disclosure. Aesthetic Relations, ACCESS: Critical Perspective on Communication, Cultural & Policy Studies, 29(1).
Grierson. E. M. (2010). Scutinizing Studio Art and its Study: Historical Relations and Contemporary Conditions. Journal of Aesthetic Education, 44(2), Summer, 111-123.
2009 Grierson, E.M. (2009). Footprints of Globalisation: The arts, creativity and inherent concerns. Creative Arts in Policy and Practice, ACCESS: Critical Perspectives on Communication, Cultural & Policy Studies, 28(1), 1-13.
INVITED SPEAKER 2009-2017 [see Conferences for full list]
2017 Invited Speaker ‘Art as Experience’, at ‘Zoomed in on Paul Dibble’ New Zealand Sculptor, Sacred Blessing Sanctuary Gardens, for Waiheke Community Art Gallery, Oneroa, Waiheke, NZ 5 February.
2016 Invited Speaker, Restorative Justice. U3A University of 3rd Age, Devonport Auckland, NZ, 14 Sept.
2015 Symposium Coordinator: ‘Aesthetic Education: Re-Imagining Knowledge’, Philosophy of Education Society of Australasia 45th Annual Conference Re-engaging with Politics: Re-imagining the University, Australian Catholic University Melbourne, 5-8 December.
2014 Invited speaker, ‘What laws am I transgressing?’ Constructing a discursive archive of art, language and the human subject. The Sociolinguistics of Art, Symposium, Department of English, University of Hong Kong, 8-11 Jan.
2013 Grierson, E.M. Invited speaker, Cyberspace, Cyberbullying, Cyberstalking: New challenges in law and education. Australia and New Zealand Association of Law and Education (ANZELA) Seminar, Law Week, at Kelvin Club, Melbourne, Victoria, 14 May.
2013 Panel Speaker ANZELA (Education Law) Conference Tertiary Education Panel: TEQSA Legislation in higher educaton in Australia.
2013 Invited Speaker, Art and Globalization. Forum: Contemporary Australian artists abroad – Then and now: for Australian Impressionists in France. National Gallery of Victoria, Sat 15 June.
2012 Invited Keynote, New Maps for New Spaces: The Poetics of Creative Knowledge, and panel member, International Conference on Research Creativity – Praxis, at Lam Woo International Conference Centre, Hong Kong, Academy of Visual Arts, Baptist University Hong Kong, 21-23 November 2012.
2012 Invited Speaker, Designing Sound for Health and Wellbing: a trans-disciplinary 3-year research project bringing together sound art and emergency medicine, Wilf Malcolm Institute of Educational Research, Faculty of Education, the University of Waikato, New Zealand, August 17.
2012 Panel Chair/ speaker, and a conference paper at The Creative University conference, University of Waikato, NZ, 15-16 Aug.
2012 Invited Plenary Panel, University of Arts London, March 29.
2010 Invited speaker, Shatzkammer – Australien, Treasure Room – Australia, Galerie Handwerk, Handwerkskammer für München und Oberbayern, Munich, Germany, February.
2010 Invited speaker, Draakon Gallery, Tallinn, Estonia, February.
2010 Invited speaker, Institute of Contemporary Arts, LaSalle College Singapore, March.
2010 Chair of Conference, chair of Keynotes and Plenary session. RMIT University and the University of the Arts London, at RMIT University Melbourne, April 7-9.
2010 Invited presenter at UNESCO Second World Conference on Arts Education, Hosted by the Government of the Republic of Korea and UNESCO, Seoul, May.
2009 Invited Research Focus Leader, World Alliance of Arts Education, World Creativity Summit, Newcastle, UK, 31 Oct-2 Nov.
2009 Invited speaker Museum of Art, Seoul National University, Korea, November.
2009 Invited Chair/ speaker, Design Research Institute panel, Double Edges of Knowing: Becoming present to a horizon of radical questioning, Double// Edges: Rhetorics, Rhizomes, Regions. IAPL International Philosophy and Literature Association Conference, Brunel University, London, June.
2009 Invited featured speaker. Mahi Toi, te hokai o te matauraka toi a whatu. Hosted by Otago Polytechnic with Kai Tahu ki Arai-Te-Uru, Dunedin, New Zealand, 20-23 April.
2009 Respondent and closing address, at Urban Futures and Aesthetic Relations Symposium, RMIT Global Cities Research Institute RMIT University, Melbourne, 12 August.
CONFERENCE PAPERS 2009-2017 [see Conferences for full list]
Grierson, E.M. (2016) Cyberbullying, Creativity and Duty of Care in Educational Contexts. Paper at Compliance Creativity and Culture: Balancing regulatory demands and regulatory values, 25th Annual Conference ANZELA Australia & NZ Education and Law Association, Auckland, NZ, 28-30 Sept. Link http://www.lawyerseducation.co.nz/Courses/Other%20Practice%20Areas/17ANZELA
Grierson, E.M. & Gresson, N.L. (2016) Evidence Seen and Unseen: A Question of Balance. Paper at Compliance Creativity and Culture: Balancing regulatory demands and regulatory values, 25th Annual Conference ANZELA Australia & NZ Education and Law Association, Auckland, NZ, 28-30 Sept.
Grierson, E. (2016) Approaching the Politics of Value and Legitimation through Iris Marion Young: Knowledge ecologies of arts-based materialism. Paper in Symposium, Ecologies of Material Practice and Gender: Situating knowledge through arts-based research, at Knowledge Ecologies and Education, Philosophy of Education Society of Australasia 46th Annual Conference (PESA), Warwick Hotel, Fiji. Other Symposium speakers: Dr Kirsten Haydon and PhD candidate, Yu Fang Chi.
Grierson, E. (2015) Restorative Justice: From adversarialism and blame to responsibility and reparation. 4th International Conference on Therapeutic Jurisprudence: Weaving Strands: Ngā Whenu Rāranga, University of Auckland, Aotearoa New Zealand, 3-4 September 2015.
Grierson, E. (2013) From Colonies to TEQSA: Vortices and Thermals of Legislative Change. Paper presented at Safe, Successful and Sustainable Education – Is the Law a Sword or a Shield, 22nd Annual Conference ANZELA Australia and NZ Education Law Association, Hobart, Tasmania 2-4 October; and published in conference proceedings.
Panel Speaker (2013) Tertiary Education Panel: TEQSA Legislation in higher education in Australia, ANZELA Conference, Hobart Tasmania.
Grierson, E. (2013) TEQSA as Regulator of Value meets Nietzsche as Legislator of the Same. Refereed paper at Measuring up in Education 43rd Annual Conference of PESA Philosophy of Education of Australasia, Melbourne, 6-9 December.
Grierson, E. (2012) Cyberspace, Cyberbullying, Cyberstalking: New challenges in law and education. In Woteva Nxt! Legal and Social Challenges in Education, conference proceedings edited by Jane Battersby, the 21st ANZELA conference, Rotorua NZ, 3-5 October 2012.
Grierson, E.M. (2011). Freedom, Individualism and Law of Contract: Future Proofing Education. Paper presented at Educational Futures, 41st Annual Conference of PESA Philosophy of Education Society of Australasia, AUT Auckland, 1-4 December.
Grierson, E.M. (2009). The Social Body, Refereed conference paper presented at Dialogue and Difference, PESA Philosophy of Education Society of Australasia 38th Annual PESA Conference, East-West Centre, University of Hawaii at Manoa, Honolulu, USA, 3-6 December.
Grierson, E.M. (2009). Mobilising Education Globally: UNESCO, WAAE, InSEA. Mahi toi: te hökai o te matäraka toi äwhatu Conference Dunedin, New Zealand, 20-24 April.
7. LEADERSHIP, PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT, TRAINING
Legal Training: professional development programs.
2016 (22 July, one day) Criminal Law Conference, Law Institute of Victoria, Melbourne.
PD training online: Living Ethics, Law Institute of Victoria Ethics Department.
2015 (23 September, one day) Family Violence Conference, Law Institute of Victoria, Melbourne.
2014: (July one week) Judicial Legal Clinic, Supreme Court of Victoria, Court of Appeal (Selected by Centre for Innovative Justice RMIT, while a Juris Doctor candidate).
2012 (23 February, one day) Emerging Challenges in Privacy Law: Australasian and EU Perspectives, Monash University Law Chambers, Melbourne.
2006-2008 Leadership Training programmes undertaken in executive role RMIT Melbourne.
2015 Legal Work Experience
(1) Supreme Court of Victoria, Court of Appeal under supervision of the Chief Judicial Registrar: researching the Interlocutory Appeal regime in criminal justice from 2010 to 2015 in Victoria. The outcome of this research was compiled into a confidential report to the Chief Justice. (May-June)
(2) Magistrates’ Court of Victoria, Melbourne, judicial supervision of Deputy Chief Magistrate Her Honour Jelena Popovic; attend committal hearings and bail applications in criminal justice; attend hearings at Collingwood Community Justice Centre, and specialist problem-solving Courts: Koori Court, Assessment & Referral Court List, and Drug Court Dandenong. (June)
Academic Leadership projects
2005-2012 RMIT University Australia. Various leadership projects undertaken as Head of School: in curriculum design and development, department efficiencies, enhancement of educational standards.
2009-2012 ACARA, Australian Curriculum and Assessment Reporting Authority. Appointments: as Advisor, developer of Advice & Shaping Paper, Reference Advisory Committee fir Australian National Curriculum: The Arts.
2002-2004 AUT University NZ: Various leadership roles: Member Programme Annual Review Panel; represent AUT on Validating and Review Panels: Graduate Certificate for Research and Analysis, School of Social Sciences (2002); Graduate Certificate in Nursing Practice, Faculty of Health (AUT 2003).
2004-2007 Appointments: Institutional Tertiary Providers Quality (ITPQ) External Monitor of Bachelor of Creative Industries (BCI), Universal College of Learning (UCOL) NZ (2004-07); NZ Vice Chancellors’ Committee (NZVCC) Representative on ITPQ Accreditation Panel, UCOL, Wanganui, NZ.
2001-2004 Various Appointments as NZVCC representative on ITPQ Evaluation panel for degree accreditations (2004); External Reviewer, programme accreditation, Waikato Institute of Technology, NZ (2003), and Master of Education and Postgraduate Diploma of Education, Auckland College of Education, Te Kura Akoranga O Tamaki Makaurau, University of Auckland, NZ (2003); Arbitration Panel Member, UCOL Wanganui (2002); External Examiner & Moderator, Eastern Institute of Technology, NZ (2001-03).
2000-2016 PhD supervisor (current) 1 x candidate;
PhD completions x 17 candidates (2007-16), at RMIT, AUT, University of Auckland;
Masters completions (1999-2006) x 15, at AUT University;
Examiner: PhD and MA or MPhil (Research) x 26 theses: University of Melbourne, James Cook University, Monash University, University of Auckland, University of Canterbury, Massey Uni, AUT.
1996-1997 Chairperson of NZQA Validation Panels:
Te Ara Ta Whao: Maori Art Craft & Design Certificate, Te Ara Poutama, and Certificate in Fashion Technology, Auckland Institute of Technology (AIT); and
Certificate in Health, Faculty of Health Science; and Graduate Diploma in Acupuncture, Specialty Nursing, School of Nursing, Faculty of Health Science AIT; and
NZQA Panel Member, Bachelor of Visual Arts degree, Manukau Institute of Technology, NZ.
8. DISTINCTIONS, HONOURS, AWARDS
Demonstrable achievements in professional organisations and events, external international appointments, success in research projects. Consistent record of internationally benchmarked awards, honours, distinctions.
Winner of Public Speaking Awards: International Training in Communication NZ National Award 1980, international finalist St Louis Missouri USA
2013 Award: Golden Key International Honours Society (top Juris Doctor candidates).
Elected Life Fellowship Royal Society of Arts for encouragement of Arts, Manufactures & Commerce UK
2010 Co-winner Team Award for Trust project on city safety, Design against Crime Challenge, RMIT.
2006-11 Elected to InSEA World Council, S.E. Asia-Pacific Regional Representative (2terms of office).
2003 Elected NZ President of RSA (UK Royal Society, NZ Chapter).
2002 Invited Delegate UNESCO Regional Meeting on Arts Education in Pacific Region (Fiji).
2001-2005 National President of Aotearoa New Zealand Association of Art Educators ANZAAE.
1996-2004 President & Council Member of Auckland Society of Arts (Inc.).
1985 National Winner Team Award, Athenaeum Trophy; Leader Athena Debate Team Auckland, New Zealand Champion Debating Team, National Contest (team leader/first speaker);
Awarded Irving Cup for Best Speaker, Auckland Debating Association, NZ.
1984 Awarded Senior Academic Prize, Art History, University of Auckland, New Zealand.
1981 Awarded Professional Woman of the Year Award, Auckland, New Zealand.
1980 First Place, National Public Speaking, International Training in Communication: Represent NZ at International Public Speaking Contest, St Louis, USA: Finalist Award.