Professor Peter Radoll is Deputy Vice-Chancellor Indigenous, Equity and Inclusion at Victoria University.

Peter is an Anaiwan man of Northern NSW and Professor of Information Technology. Prior to working at Victoria University, he was Pro Vice-Chancellor, Indigenous at the University of Canberra and Director, Ngunnawal Centre.

With more than 12 years’ experience in senior management and more than 17 years in the higher education and Indigenous education sectors, Peter has an impressive track record of superior results in several university fields, including: senior management; teaching; research; and staff development.

Peter has significant experience in Indigenous higher education, research, engagement and inclusion. He has led and supported several equity and inclusion initiatives, including: Respect. Now. Always; Our Watch: Education for Equality; Athena Swan; disability and access plans; and Reconciliation Action Plans.  

Peter is also on the board of Victorian Chamber of Commerce and Industry and The Smith Family and is a member of The Smith Family’s People and Culture committee.

Contact details

Ann Proctor, Executive Officer
+61 (3) 9919 4521

Research activity

Peter has conducted research over many years on a range of matters of importance to the Aboriginal community, with a particular emphasis on Information and Communication Technology and Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics issues and the digital divide, with findings reported in a number of book chapters, reports and academic publications.

Recent publications

The most recent publications are listed below, and a more comprehensive list is available on Peter's Google Scholar page.

Romano, R., John, B., Mackrell, D., Copeman, P., Kemp, T., Martiniello , M., & Radoll, P. (2021). Design for Indigenisation of the IT Curriculum. In R. Wright, & A. Barua (Eds.), Proceedings of the 2021 AIS SIGED International Conference on Information Systems Education and Research (pp. 1-14). Association for Information Systems.

Hunter, B. H., & Radoll, P. J. (2020). Dynamics of digital diffusion and disadoption: A longitudinal analysis of indigenous and other Australians. Australasian Journal of Information Systems, 24, 1-21. [1805].

Indigenous Perspectives on Connected and Networked Learning: Towards holistic connectedness pedagogies
Radoll, P., Copeman, P., Heyes, S., Walsh, M., Byrnand, S. & Egloff, B., 2019, Higher Education and the Future of Graduate Employability: A Connectedness Learning Approach. Bridgstock, R. & Tippett, N. (eds.). Glos, UK: Edward Elgar Publishing, pp. 120-138