Learning through a Student Conference
The paper evaluates the value of a specific student conference as a learning experience for undergraduate business students.
||Industry Engagement, Practical Education
International Journal of Knowledge, Culture and Change Management, Volume 6, Issue 5, pp.117-122.
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Roberto has over twenty years experience in the manufacturing industry, primarily within the pharmaceutical industry. He has held a number of roles in finance, sales, marketing, customer service and logistics, all with an international focus. Roberto has been teaching for over 20 years with Higher Education, TAFE and private education providers. Roberto is a full time academic with the School of Applied Economics and the Institute for Community Engagement and Policy Alternatives at Victoria University, Melbourne. He holds a Master in Education and a Master of Business by Research (Applied Economics) and is currently pursuing his Ph.D. Roberto has maintained his involvement with industry through a number of peak associations where he enjoys various grades of senior level membership. In 2002 Roberto received the State of Victoria Quarantine Award for his efforts in educating students in quarantine matters.
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