Professor Charles Rice, BDesStud(Hons) (UQ), MRes (Lond), PhD (UNSW)
The UTS Research Strategy 2016–2020 details an ambitious plan to support the university’s growing national and international reputation as a leading university of technology. As acting Deputy Vice-Chancellor and Vice-President (Research), Professor Charles Rice has responsibility for research policy development and general oversight of UTS's research activities, postgraduate education, industry liaison, intellectual property and commercialisation.
Key responsibilities include:
- the development and implementation of a research strategy that fulfils the UTS vision to be a world-leading university of technology; in particular, overseeing UTS's strategic research investments and research performance, and ensuring research excellence through the support of research and academic staff
- further promotion of research collaboration with industry and government, and building strong linkages in the research and innovation sector nationally and internationally
- continued enhancement of the quality of UTS postgraduate research education, and the building of a vibrant research community.
Educated in Australia and the UK, Charles Rice is Professor of Architecture at UTS. He has previously taught at the University of New South Wales, the Architectural Association, and Kingston University London, where he was head of the School of Art and Design History.
Charles is editor-in-chief of The Journal of Architecture (Routledge and the Royal Institute of British Architects). He has co-edited several collections of essays, and his own essays have appeared in numerous journals and anthologies. He is a member of the Peer Review College of the Arts and Humanities Research Council (UK).
- Institute for Public Policy and Governance (IPPG)
- Institute for Sustainable Futures (ISF)
- Research and Innovation Office
- Graduate Research School
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