Provost and Deputy Vice-Chancellor

Professor Todd Walker

Professor Todd Walker is the Provost and Deputy Vice-Chancellor at the University of New England.

It is a position that provides advice to the Vice-Chancellor on strategy and planning matters and is the senior executive leading Faculties and Schools, TEQSA, TAFE relationships and the Oorala Aboriginal Centre at the University.

For more than two decades, Professor Walker has worked in regional multi-campus Australian universities including Charles Sturt University, University of Ballarat, and Federation University Australia, and has held the positions of Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Engagement), Deputy Vice Chancellor (Learning and Quality), Pro Vice-Chancellor (Learning and Quality), Chair, Academic Board and Secretary to University Council. He holds a First Class Honours degree in Medical Biotechnology, a PhD in Molecular Oncology and a Graduate Certificate in University Leadership and Management, all from Charles Sturt University. His academic discipline is biomedical science in which he is an accomplished clinical cytologist with strong research, teaching and consultancy credentials.

Professor Walker is a Graduate Member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors (GAICD), an experienced board director, and a National White Ribbon Ambassador.

Ph +61 2 6773 5050

Mailing Address
Office of the Provost and Deputy Vice-Chancellor
Vice-Chancellor's Unit
University of New England