Professor Stuart B. Hill
is committed to working for change that improves ecological sustainability, community and personal wellbeing, and our psychosocial co-evolution. He is critical of the still dominant tinkering (shallow) responses to problems, as well as their endless measurement, and is a tireless campaigner for the proactive, fundamental (deep) redesign of our lifestyles, our institutional structures and processes, our managed ecosystems and our technologies. His background in ecology, soil biology, entomology, agriculture, psychotherapy, education, policy development and international development, and his experience of working with change, have enabled him to be an effective facilitator in complex situations that demand both collaboration across difference and a long-term transformative and co-evolutionary approach to situation improvement. As this is a focus of social ecology, he is currently in a euphoric state as a member of a dynamic learning and action community (of over 300 students and staff: [in 2000 when the first version of this article was written]) with overlapping values and mutually supportive projects. Direct enquiries about the Social Ecology degree programs at the University of Western Sydney to School of Education, UWS-Kingswood Campus, Locked Bag 17971, Penrith South DC, NSW 1797, Australia. Phone: 61(0)2 4736-0334. Fax: - 0400. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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