Honorary Professor Royce Sadler began his career in 1965, teaching high school maths and science before moving into lecturing in mathematics, statistics and computer programming at two Institutes of Technology in 1968.

In 1973, Royce started at UQ as a Lecturer and Senior Lecturer in Education, teaching courses in assessing student learning. In 1991, Royce became Professor of Education in the Education Faculty 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 include a B.Sc., a B.Ed., and a PhD from UQ and MLitt from the University of New England. Royce’s research focus is on formative and summative assessment in higher education, including grading, academic achievement standards, and the role of assessment in improving learning and capability.