Academic Board

Academic Board

The Campus Education Group Academic Board consists of the following members:

Emeritus Professor

David James

Chair Academic Board

After completing PhD and post-doctoral studies in USA David joined the University of Queensland in 1964 where he remained as a staff member in the department of Chemistry until 1987. At this stage a company,Laser Dynamics, was floated from the university and David took up the position of Research director within the company. Concurrently he was appointed as Professor of Applied Chemistry at Bond University. David took up the position of Deputy Vice Chancellor at Deakin University and subsequently was appointed Foundation Vice Chancellor at the University of Ballarat. He has published extensively in international journals with his work including laser spectroscopic studies of the liquid state. Since retiring from the university David has been involved in a range of National, State and Regional organisations. In 2002, he was appointed an Officer of the Order of Australia for services to research, education and regional development.

 

Dr Ahmad Kaleem

PHD, Masters in Commerce, B.Com

Dr Kaleem completed his Doctorate in Finance at the University of Malaysia. His senior academic roles include finance professor at the University of Pakistan and research fellow at University of South Australia. His range publications cover the finance services markets, Islamic finance, SME finance, accounting, economics and related areas. He has also authored 3 books in the area of the financial markets.

 

Emeritus Professor

Phillip H Clarke

Consultant

Philip Clarke is an Emeritus Professor of Law at Deakin University, a consultant to the Australian Catholic University and the principal of Corporate Compliance Australia Pty Ltd. Previously he was Deakin University’s Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Academic) (2009-2010), Pro Vice-Chancellor International (2008-2009), Dean of the Faculty of Business and Law (1999-2008) and the inaugural Head of the Deakin Law School (1993-1999). As Deakin University’s Foundation Professor of Law he was instrumental in establishing and developing its law degree program.