1998 PhD: University of New England (Australia)
1987 MA: University of Leeds (UK)
1983 PGCE: University of Hull (UK)
1981 BA(Hons): Manchester Metropolitan University (UK)


An ecological economist with more than 30 years of experience in higher education, Professor Jeremy Williams has broad international exposure having lived and worked in the UK, Australia, Singapore, France, India, and UAE. He has held senior executive level positions in both university and corporate sectors and is noted for his scholarship in education futures. A Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (SFHEA), an Apple Teacher, and a Microsoft Innovative Educator, Jeremy is frequently called upon to present keynotes at international conferences and webinars on digital pedagogies, authentic assessment design, and the digitization of the curriculum. Serving as the Quality Assurance Coordinator for CIS, Jeremy is responsible for the reporting of Learning Outcomes Assessment. He is an active member of the PRME MENA Chapter Steering Committee, and currently serves as Head of Faculty Development. He is also a member of the global PRME (i5) Expert Pedagogy Group (ExPeG).


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Teaching Areas

Ecological economics; sustainable enterprise; sustainability literacy; measuring, assessing and reporting sustainability; sustainable finance; public policy for sustainability; and social entrepreneurship. (LinkedIn)

Research and Professional Activities

Jeremy has published three textbooks, more than 40 peer-reviewed papers, and over 50 other articles and papers (ResearchGate/ Google Scholar).