The College of Undergraduate Studies presents Dr. Rick Sarre, former state and federal politician, Dean at the University of South Australia, Queen’s Counsel, and international author-consultant, along with Dr. Kyle Usrey, Vice President of Academic Affairs, engaging in a frank, free-flowing conversation. Come and learn about what the conservative movement is doing to handle issues facing the Land Down Under, such as geo-politics, immigration, gun control and violence, China, international trade and political economy, higher academics, multi-culturalism, mandatory and preference voting, LGBTQ effects after the election and subsequent defeat of a gay Prime Minister, legalized prostitution, drug usage, treatment of Aboriginal populations, and much more.
Tuesday, April 2, 2019
7:00pm – 8:30pm
Colorado Christian University
Leprino Hall 170
8787 W. Alameda Ave.
Lakewood, CO 80226
About Dr. Rick Sarre:
Warwick T. (Rick) Sarre is Dean of Law and Criminal Justice at the University of South Australia.
Professor Sarre is the immediate Past President of the Australian and New Zealand Society of Criminology (2012-2016), and was awarded Fellow status (FANZSOC) at the 2018 Annual Conference.
Professor Sarre holds a Bachelor of Laws from the University of Adelaide, a Doctorate of Legal Science from the University of Canberra, a Master of Arts (Criminology) from the University of Toronto (Canada), and an Honorary Law Doctorate from Umeå University, Sweden. Professor Sarre taught in the Business Division at Graceland University (Iowa, USA, 1997), in the Department of Law, Umeå University (Sweden, 2004), and with UniSA business programs twinned with Hong Kong Baptist University (1999-2008).
Professor Sarre won a Carrick citation from the Australian Learning and Teaching Council in 2008. His research awards include the Research Excellence Award from the Division of Business (2006), joint winner of the Anne Hawke Prize for best article published in the Division of Business and Enterprise (UniSA, 2000), and winner of the Elbert A Smith Award for best article from the Herald Publishing House (USA) (2000). He was an International Ambassador for the British Society of Criminology 2015-2017.
He was the Chair of Academic Board at the University of South Australia from January 2011 to December 2016, and a member of the University Council for the same period.