Michele Scoufis – Academic Program Director
If you had an 8th day of the week, what would you do with it?
Probably listen to jazz, swim even in winter! Do a playback workshop and share food with friends.
Michele Scoufis brings more than 20 years of teaching experience in tertiary education in Australia and South-East Asia to her role as SSE’s Academic Program Director. She has led and co-led multiple cross-institutional learning and teaching projects, including designing curricula in cross- disciplinary contexts, collaborative peer review of teaching, communities of practice and leadership in higher education. She was one of two Australians selected to participate in the Carnegie Institute Leadership Program, and led the development of higher education policies, processes and implementation of academic promotion, assessment, program and unit development, approval and review processes. Michele received a National Teaching Award for improving the quality of learning and teaching in a large university using a communities of practice approach. She graduated with first class honours in psychology from Sydney University and clinical psychology from UNSW Sydney.
Michele received a National Teaching award for improving the quality of learning and teaching in a large university using a communities of practice approach and graduated with first class honours in psychology from Sydney University and Clinical Psychology from UNSW.