Dr Crawford is an award-winning management, leadership, and higher education scholar based in the Office of the Deputy Vice Chancellor (Education), University of Tasmania. Joseph is passionate about leaders and how their behaviours shape the world around them. This includes organizational leaders from diverse disciplines including teachers-as-leaders and student leaders. His PhD was in leadership psychometrics, with a focus on conceptualising and rigorously measuring authentic leader behaviours.
Dr Crawford also works closely on curriculum, assessment, and student outcomes. His success in this area led to appointment as Editor in Chief of the Journal of University Teaching and Learning Practice (Scopus and Web of Science ranked). He received the Vice Chancellors Award (2021) for Innovation for his work in learning and teaching.
Joseph has won national awards for his social entrepreneurship with sustainable men's grooming products business Fifth Estate Co. and carbon negative gin distillery, Negat-ve Distillery.
Lecturer, University of Tasmania
Founder, Fifth Estate Co.
Founder, Negat-ve Distillery
Tutor, University of Tasmania
University of Tasmania, Bachelor of Education (Professional Honours)
University of Tasmania, Graduate Certificate in Research
University of Tasmania, Doctor of Philosophy
University of Tasmania, Graduate Certificate in Education (Leadership)
University of Tasmania, Bachelor of Business (First Class Honours)
Writing together to foster wellbeing: doctoral writing groups as spaces of wellbeing, Higher Education Research and Development
Journal of Applied Learning & Teaching Vol.3 No.1 (2020)1COVID-19: 20 countries’ higher education intra-period digital pedagogy responses, Journal of Applied Learning and Teaching
A systematic review of online examinations: A pedagogical innovation for scalable authentication and integrity, Computers & Education
Drowning in the shallows: an Australian study of the PhD experience of wellbeing, Teaching in Higher Education
Putting the leader back into authentic leadership: reconceptualising and rethinking leaders, Australian Journal of Management
Do we measure leadership effectively? Articulating and evaluating scale development psychometrics for best practice, The Leadership Quarterly