Dr Ryan Jopp
- Faculty of Business and Law
- Swinburne Business School
- Department of Management and Marketing
- BA1023 Hawthorn campus
Ryan is a senior lecturer in tourism and management at Swinburne University, in Melbourne, Australia. In 2012 he successfully completed his PhD research looking at climate change adaptation at regional tourism destinations. He has published several articles in top rated journals and presented his findings at international conferences. Ryan has also travelled extensively, during which time he developed a greater understanding of the complex relationship between tourism and the natural environment. This interest grew into a desire to continue his research into tourism and sustainability, with a particular focus on climate change adaptation. He has also extended his research to scholarship of teaching and learning, exploring issues such as Global Citizenship and Authentic Assessment.
tourism; sustainability; management; teaching and learning
PhD candidate and honours supervision
Higher degrees by research
Accredited to supervise Masters & Doctoral students as Co-Supervisor.
Fields of Research
- Business And Management - 150300
- Tourism - 150600
Also published as: Jopp, Ryan; Jopp, R.
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Recent research grants awarded
- 2013: Internationalisation of the Curriculum in Management Programs to Develop Global Citizens. *; Higher Education Research and Development Society of Australasia inc
* Chief Investigator
- 2020-01-19: 'Notoriously difficult': Will climate change wreck the dream of a Queensland island holiday? - Sydney Morning Herald
- 2019-07-19: What is authentic assessment and do we need it in Higher Education - Campus Review
- 2017-06-29: Street Art vs Graffiti in Melbourne - CGTN
- 2017-06-08: Melbourne’s love-hate relationship with being Australia’s ‘street art capital - The Conversation
- CRUISE SHIP INDUSTRY BUCKLES UNDER COVID-19 - The Wire