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Dr Paul Strube

About Paul

Paul is passionate about teaching, research and student engagement. Over his long career of working in various higher education institutions, he has demonstrated a strong commitment to enhancing the educational experience of students from diverse educational and cultural backgrounds. With more than 40 years’ experience in the teaching of science, ethics and communication skills, Paul has had the opportunity to guide and support thousands of students towards the achievement of their study goals.

Paul is a highly experienced curriculum developer, having written courses for online and face to face learning in areas that range from science to ethics, and from Diploma level through Master’s degrees. He has most recently written for Open Universities Australia, the University of South Australia, as well as Endeavour College.

He is the author of a textbook for health education students; Bodyworks: physics and chemistry for health students and is the author of Properties: reflections from the science lab, a collection of essays on teaching and science education and human interests.

As a researcher Paul is currently a regular contributor to the Journal of the Australian Traditional Medicine Society, with articles dealing with ethics in Complementary Medicine.


Bachelor of Science Education (Honours), University of IllinoisMaster of Education, University of TasmaniaPhD in Education, University of TasmaniaFaculty Certificate in Bioethics, Monash UniversityConsultant in education, James Cook University

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"One of the most important things I learnt was that change doesn’t have to be drastic. It can start small and evolve from there."

- Sarah Marshall

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