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Nick Stone is a researcher and consultant who most recently worked at Melbourne and La Trobe Universities and the Culture Resource Centre. He has worked with several other institutions including the Australian College of Applied Psychology, Deakin, RMIT and Monash Universities. His work with the Culture Resource Centre helped to prepare Australian Defence Force personnel in ‘Cultural Intelligence’ for overseas missions. He has worked across different sectors, mainly in studies and practice of cross-cultural management, education and health. Over the past 13 years he has specialised in teaching and research on intercultural learning and development across a range of disciplines.

Nick’s recent work includes: Evaluating a graduate program in Aboriginal Family Therapy; teaching ‘Intercultural Effectiveness’; evaluating and refining major reforms and innovations in health sciences education; establishing a Faculty Indigenous Engagement Strategy, and; developing a new multidisciplinary subject on ‘Indigenous and Intercultural Health’.

Nick’s 'near-complete' PhD focuses on ‘Assessing Intercultural Effectiveness in Management Learning and Practice’.

--Nick8june (discusscontribs) 23:53, 9 November 2014 (UTC)