Mr Kym Teh
|Org Unit||Health and Medical Sciences Faculty Office Administration|
|Telephone||+61 8 8313 3453|
178 North Terrace - Terrace Towers
Kym Teh is the School Manager of the School of Population Health (Faculty of Health Sciences). He is accountable for the management of the School's financial and strategic planning, human resource, administrative and professional support functions.
Kym holds qualifications from the University in law, computer science, and science and technology commercialisation. In professional roles he has been a technology law partner, corporate legal counsel, senior government policy adviser (IT, science & technology), project manager (Government Treasury), and corporate general manager (strategy & innovation, economic development) with EDS (which is now HP). In the higher education sector, Kym has been a lecturer (computer and information science), faculty general manager, academic registrar, COO, adjunct lecturer (School of Law, Flinders University) and external advisory board member to all three South Australian universities. Kym is the former chair of the Industry Advisory Board to the SA Consortium for IT&T.
He has been the chair of the board of the Media Resource Centre, and a member of the South Australian Government's Community and Cultural Development Committee, and Community Radio Panel.
Kym is also presently an adjunct lecturer to the University of South Australia (School of Information Technology and Mathematical Sciences), and PhD candidate (Adelaide).
GD Comp Sc (Adel)
GC S&T Comm (Adel)
PhD candidate (Adel)
Teh, K & Roos, G (2015): A patent perspective of South Australian innovation: An indicator within the regional innovation system story; In: Integrating Innovation: South Australian Entrepreneurship Systems and Strategies, Edited by Goran Roos, Allan O'Connor, 06/2015: chapter 3: pages 63-89; University of Adelaide Press, ISBN: 978-1-922064-90-5 DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.1.2768.6567
Teh, K & Israel M (2009) Managing Change: A Matter of Degree. In Todd, M & Marsh, D (ed.) Managing Change in Learning and Teaching. Birmingham: C-SAP. ISBN 1 902 191 37 4. pp 15-17
Teh, K, Geursen, G & Koronios A (2008), Universal Knowledge: Can Entrepreneurial Universities Really be Universities? UIC Research Symposium on Marketing and Entrepreneurship, Stockholm, Sweden
senior member of the Australian Computer Society (ACS)
member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE)
Association of Tertiary Education Managers (ATEM)
Australasian Research Management Society (ARMS)
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