Anthony Pritchard

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acheter asacol Anthony Langley (Tony) Pritchard (31 July 1940 – 30 June 2012) was a teacher and university administrator. He was the foundation Chief Executive Officer of Open Learning Australia (now Open Universities Australia).[citation needed] compra zithromax Biography[edit] comprar amoxil sin receta Pritchard was born in Melbourne, Australia on 31 July 1940 and moved with his family to country Victoria from where he was sent to Melbourne Grammar School. He completed science and education degrees at the universities of Melbourne and Queensland and taught science and mathematics in government and independent secondary schools in Victoria and Tasmania. compra phoslo From 1969 to 1975, he taught in a Papua New Guinea government high school (Kwikila High School) before taking up a lectureship at the Goroka Teachers’ College (now the University of Goroka). From Goroka, he was invited to join the staff of the Institute of Technology in Lae, where from a senior administrative position, he assisted the Director and later Vice-Chancellor (Professor John Sandover) develop the institution for university status as Papua New Guinea’s University of Technology. acquistare styplon In 1975 he was appointed as the Executive Officer of the Interim Council of Victoria’s fourth university, Deakin University, arriving some months ahead of the foundation Vice Chancellor, Professor Fred Jevons. During the next ten years, Pritchard became University Secretary and Registrar as the university grew and became a leader in open and distance education. acheter proventil In 1985 he was appointed as Registrar of Monash University, responsible for the University’s academic and personnel administration, the university’s international program and the Open Learning Program. His actions in promoting a relationship with Malaysia’s Sunway College in 1988 lead to the establishment of Monash’s first international campus in 1998, Monash University Sunway. comprar zero nicotine patch sin receta As part of the Vice-Chancellor’s Executive (Professor Mal Logan), he played a central role in the mergers undertaken by Monash with the Chisholm Institute of Technology and the Gippsland College of Advanced Education (GIAE). The relationship with GIAE was crucial in Monash becoming one of the eight national 부산오피

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