Professor Martin Betts

Deputy Vice Chancellor (Engagement), Griffith University

In this role Martin carries responsibility for the University’s marketing and communications and its recruitment of its future students.

He is also responsible for the development and alumni activities of the University which embrace engagement with industry, communities, government, schools and other external organisations.

As Deputy Vice Chancellor, Martin is also the Provost of both the Nathan and South Bank campuses. This carries oversight responsibility for the Queensland Conservatorium Griffith University, the Queensland College of Art and the Griffith Film School. From their footprint on the South Bank precinct, each are key partners as cultural institutions to the world class creative arts and innovation in performance and business that is the hallmark of South Bank.

Business South Bank is a membership based organisation representing the South Bank precinct. BSB has more than 125 corporate members representing a workforce of approximately 15,000.