Honorary Professor Royce Sadler began teaching high school mathematics and science in 1965 and later lectured in mathematics, statistics and computer programming at two Australian Institutes of Technology.

He joined UQ in 1973 as Lecturer (later, Senior Lecturer) in Education, teaching courses on the assessment of student learning. In 1991, Royce took up a position as Professor of Education at Griffith University, undertaking various senior management and administrative roles including Director of the Griffith Institute for Higher Education.

In 2010, he re-joined UQ as an Honorary Professor of Education, and is currently part of ITaLI. Royce’s qualifications: BSc, BEd and  PhD from UQ, and MLitt from the University of New England. He publishes on various aspects of assessment and grading in higher education.