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Geberew is a Lecturer at the School of Policing Studies, Charles Sturt University. Geberew holds a PhD in Education from the University of Tasmania (UTAS) in 2020. He also holds a M.Ed in Educational Development from Hiroshima University, Japan, and M.A in Linguistics from Addis Ababa University (AAU), Ethiopia.

His PhD research focused on the influence of the Bologna Process on Ethiopian Higher Education, where autonomy, accountability, transparency, and participation were conceived as a critical concern. The need to build trust, and shared and consultative governance that accommodates the interests of the university system participants including instructors, students, lower and middle-level leaders, and university senior management was suggested.

Prior to joining Charles Sturt University, he worked at the University of Tasmania in different roles, Sessional Academic Staff, Research Assistant, Research Outputs Officer, and Research Funding Officer.  In addition, Geberew taught and researched in the College of Education Behavioral Studies at Addis Ababa University in Ethiopia. He also held the administrative leadership positions of Associate Dean for Undergraduate Programs, College Managing Director, and Program Coordinator at Addis Ababa University before joining UTAS as a PhD candidate.


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