Dr Glenn Harrison

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Academic Developer

Qualifications: BSc (Hons), GradCertHigherEd, PhD


Teaching Quality and Scholarship


Eddie Koiki Mabo Library, Room 046 (18-046)


+61 7 4781 4967


+61 4 1483 9006 (AUS 0414 839 006)




  • Academic development advisor to Division of Tropical Health and Medicine

  • Subject Coordinator and team teacher: Graduate Certificate of Education (Academic Practice)

  • Student evaluation of learning and teaching program support

  • Peer review and assistance program support

Research Interests

  • First-second year student transition and lifecycle strategies

  • Large class teaching and assessment methodologies

  • Vocational and work integrated learning partnerships and pathways

  • Impact of dietary oil consumption and exercise on cardiac structure and function

  • Myocardial energy metabolism, transfer and signaling

  • Mechanisms regulating cardiac ischaemia-reperfusion injury


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Smithson J, Birks M, Harrison G, Nair CS, Hitchins M. (2015) Benchmarking for the effective use of student evaluation data. Quality Assurance in Education. 23(1):20-29.

Loughlin WA, Gregory SJ, Harrison GJ, Lodge JM. (2013) Beyond the First Year Experience in Science: Identifying the Need for a Supportive Learning and Teaching Environment for Second Year Science Students. International Journal of Innovation in Science and Mathematics Education. 21(4): 13-26.

Fell J, Harrison GJ, Haseler LJ. (2010) A comparison of dietary intake between adult and veteran endurance athletes. J Aust. Strength Cond. 18(4): 3-10.

Reddan G, Harrison GJ. (2010) Restructuring the Bachelor of Exercise Science degree to meet industry needs. Asia-Pacific J Coop Ed. 11(1): 13-25.

Fell J, Reaburn, P, Harrison GJ. (2008) Altered perception and report of fatigue and recovery in veteran athletes. J Sports Med Phys Fitness. 48: 272-7.