Matthew McCormack

Deputy Head of School Education (Programs) Senior Lecturer
Deputy Head of School

Dr Matthew McCormack is the Deputy Head of School Education (Programs) and Senior Lecturer in the School of Business at UNSW, Canberra.

Matthew has completed over 31 years service as a Maritime Logistics Officer in the Royal Australian Navy.  He is passionate about imparting knowledge and creating a positive learning environment for the generation of physical asset fleet managers, sustainment personnel and major capital procurement team that will follow in his footsteps in the Australian Defence Force, the Department of Defence, defence industry and other public service agencies at the federal, state and local government levels.

Matthew is course convenor for logistics management, asset management and sustaining capability courses.  He also is keen to further develop the School of Business programs to ensure that those educated through the School of Business are well placed to cope with the challenges faced by the future workforce.

Journal articles
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Becker K; Bish A; McCormack M; Abell D, 2022, 'Reconceptualizing identities: Veterans' perspectives on career transition challenges', Human Resource Development Quarterly, http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/hrdq.21472
2022
Reports
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McCormack M; De Klerk S; Becker K; de Villiers Scheepers , 2022, Mapping how military veterans transition to self-employment., https://research.usc.edu.au/esploro/outputs/report/Mapping-how-military-veterans-transition-to/99599808902621#file-0
2022
McCormack M; Becker K; Abell D; Smidt M, 2021, Making the move: Veterans transitioning to a civilian workplace, http://dx.doi.org/10.25907/00046
2021

Matthew was part of a team awarded a Perpetual Impact Philanthropic Grant Scheme to support a veterans' transition study in 2019.

Becker K; Abell, Dan D; McCormack M, 2021, For many veterans, leaving the force is the biggest battle, https://research.usc.edu.au/esploro/outputs/magazineArticle/For-many-military-veterans-leaving-the/99522508502621#file-0
2021
Organisational units
lensSchool of Business