Philip Riley is the Chief Investigator of the Australian and Irish Occupational Health, Safety and Wellbeing Surveys. He is a member of the Institute for Positive Psychology and Education.
The Institute for Positive Psychology and Education (IPPE) brings together the world’s leading researchers and theorists to conduct rigorous, multi-disciplinary research to: address critical educational and psychosocial issues, translate theory and research into effective policy and practice, and demonstrate how people cannot just succeed — but flourish and thrive.
For more information please visit http://ippe.acu.edu.au/ or www.principalheatlh.org
2010 inaugural Monash Researcher Accelerator Award (MRA: $110,000). 2011 Faculty of Education, Dean’s Awards: The Award for Excellence in Research by Early Career Researchers, and The Award for Excellence in Innovation and External Collaboration. 2015 ISATT Award for Outstanding Article of 2014 (with Andrea Gallant) Early career teacher attrition: New thoughts on an intractable problem 2017 Australian Council for Educational Leadership Researcher of the Year