Professor Terri SeddonResearch Professor, Education
Terri Seddon has over 35 years of experience as a researcher and teacher in Australian universities, and she is an emerging writer.
Terri's academic work has taken her all over the world. Her projects on travelling policies and adult tertiary education speak into debates about the contemporary effects of globalising education and comparative sociology and transnational history.
Her stand-out teaching experience was in the Intercontinental Masters in Adult Learning and Global Change, a networked teaching program between four universities in Canada, South Africa, Sweden and Australia.
Terri is a Fellow of the Australian College of Educators and the Australian Academy of Social Sciences. She has been a series editor for the Routledge World Yearbook of Education since 2005.
She is member of Writers Victoria, volunteers at the Williamstown Literary Festival and is editor of Trampalong, the newsletter of the Victorian and Mountain Tramping Club,
An avid bushwalker, Terri has walked, climbed and skied on four continents.