The third party high quality independent knowledge platform provided by SLIC  is managed by Doctor George Earl. Doctor Earl has an academic career spanning over 25 years, holding senior positions at a number of prestigious Universities in Australia and Asia (Queensland University of Technology, National University of Singapore, University of Queensland, University of New South Wales and Bond University). He currently holds an adjunct professorship appointment at Griffith University.

The third party high quality independent knowledge platform provided by SLIC currently incorporates the following activities:

  • Research,
  • Academic papers,
  • Government policy/position
    papers,
  • Higher degree sponsorship,
  • Knowledge dissemination symposiums,
  • Support for “Sustainable
    Living Choice” innovation projects, &
  • Student internships

Current & completed university activities supported by SLIC

 

Griffith University

Activities include:

Past, current and anticipated research

Academic papers, published and in “working paper” status:

Higher degree sponsorship

Student design competitions

‍Knowledge dissemination symposiums:

Guest lectures

Internships

University New South Wales

Activities include:

Student design competitions

Bond University

Activities include:

Academic Papers Past, current and anticipated research

Academic papers, published and in “working paper” status

Student Design Competitions

Guest lectures

Internships

University of Melbourne

Activities include:

Student design competitions

Guest Lectures

University of Queensland

Activities include:

Past, current and anticipated research

Academic papers, published and in “working paper” status:

Internships

Queensland University of Technology

Activities include:

Past, current and anticipated research

Academic papers, published and in “working paper” status

Internships

Sustainable Built Environment: National
Research Centre (SBEnrc)

Activities include:

Past, current and anticipated research

Academic papers, published and in “working paper” status: