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A/Prof. Harsh Suri



Honorary Associate Professor


Deakin Learning Futures


Deakin Learning Futures Office


Off-Campus (Home)


Doctor of Philosophy, University of Melbourne, 2007
Master of Education, La Trobe University, 1998
Bachelor of Science Education, , 1993


Harsh Suri is known as an expert on research synthesis methods that are inclusive of diverse epistemological and methodological viewpoints. Through a critical and purposeful synthesis of methodological advances in research reviews from education, health science, social sciences and business disciplines, she has conceptualised a methodologically inclusive research synthesis framework. Her framework is promoting critically informed, ethical and inclusive notions of Evidence Based Practice across all these disciplines. She is also known as a learning leader and higher education researcher with publications and presentations in digital learning, inclusive education, assessment design, global learning, graduate employability, math education and management education.

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Knowledge areas

  • research synthesis, systematic review, literature review and qualitative research methods
  • higher education, digital learning, inclusive education, graduate employability and assessment design
  • global learning, internationalisation of curriculum & sustainability education
  • math education and management education


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Academic women's silences in Iran: exploring with positioning theory

L Lotfi Dehkharghani, J Menzies, H Suri

(2023), Vol. 35, pp. 691-708, Gender and Education, London, Eng., C1

journal article

Life After COVID-19: Same-Same or Different Relationships?

A Warner, S Barker, A White, H Suri

(2023), Vol. 23, pp. 44-54, Journal of Higher Education Theory and Practice, Atlanta, Ga., C1

journal article

Navigating Rigor: An Autoethnographic Exploration of Templating and Crystallization

H Stewart, H Suri, D Delaney, V Rana

(2023), Vol. 28, pp. 3149-3198, Qualitative Report, C1

journal article

PRME Chapter Australia & New Zealand

Mehran Nejati, Belinda Gibbons, Harsh Suri, Fara Azmat, Anna Young-Ferris, Suzanne Young, Swati Nagpal

(2021), pp. 79-90, Responsible Management Education The PRME Global Movement, London, Eng., B1

book chapter

Futureproofing assessment in business education: Lessons from COVID-19

S Barker, H Suri, B Gregory, A Warner, A White, V Venkiteswaran, U Lightfoot

(2021), Vol. 21, pp. 33-40, Journal of Higher Education Theory and Practice, Atlanta, GA., C1

journal article

Online Work Integrated Learning: Technology-enabled WIL Placements and Projects

Harsh Suri, Friederika Kaider, Wayne Read, Leoni Russell, Annette Marlow

(2021), Pasadena, S.A ., A6

research report/technical paper

Ethical considerations of conducting systematic reviews in educational research

Harsh Suri

(2020), pp. 41-54, Systematic reviews in educational research methodology, perspectives and application, Wiesbaden, Germany, B1

book chapter

Assessment hurdles in core first year courses in Australian universities: are we trying to catch out students?

H Suri, S Krishnan

(2020), Vol. 45, pp. 251-265, Assessment and evaluation in higher education, Abingdon, Eng., C1

journal article


Alec Wersun, Johanna Klatt, Fara Azmat, Harsh Suri, Christian Hauser, Jill Bogie, Mark Meaney, Nikolay Ivanov

(2020), Geneva, Switzerland, A6

research report/technical paper

Learning from COVID-19 to futureproof assessment in Business Education

Sandra Barker, Harsh Suri, Brent Gregory, Audrea Warner, Amanda White, Vivek Venkiteswaran, Una Lightfoot

(2020), pp. 338-343, ASCILITE 2020 : ASCILITE’s First Virtual Conference : Proceedings ASCILITE 2020 in Armidale, Online from Armidale, N.S.W., E1


Meta-analysis, systematic reviews and research syntheses

H Suri

(2018), pp. 427-439, Research methods in education, Abingdon, Eng., B1

book chapter

Towards methodologically inclusive research syntheses: expanding possibilities

H Suri

(2014), London, England, A1-1


Ethical considerations in online research methods

H Suri, F Patel

(2012), pp. 394-408, Online research methods in urban and planning studies: design and outcomes, Hershey, Pa., B1-1

book chapter

Australia : intensifying performance and learner-centredness in Australian higher education

H Suri, D Beckett

(2012), pp. 195-217, Global perspectives on higher education and lifelong learners, Melbourne, Vic., B1-1

book chapter

Australia: Intensifying performance and learner-centredness in Australian higher education

H Suri, D Beckett

(2012), pp. 195-216, Global perspectives on higher education and lifelong learners, B1-1

book chapter

Epistemological pluralism in research synthesis methods

H Suri

(2012), Vol. 26, pp. 889-911, International journal of qualitative studies in education, London, Eng., C1-1

journal article

Purposeful sampling in qualitative research synthesis

H Suri

(2011), Vol. 11, pp. 63-75, Qualitative research journal, Bradford, Eng., C1-1

journal article

Meta-analysis and research synthesis in education

H Suri, J Hattie

(2009), Oxford, Eng., A1-1


Advancements in research synthesis methods: From a methodologically inclusive perspective

H Suri, D Clarke

(2009), Vol. 79, pp. 395-430, Review of educational research, London, Eng., C1-1

journal article

Ethical considerations in synthesising research : whose representations?

H Suri

(2008), Vol. 8, pp. 63-73, Qualitative research journal, Bingley, Eng., C1-1

journal article

Funded Projects at Deakin

Other Public Sector Funding

Industry-university partnerships for SDG focused internships in Australia and India

A/Prof Ameeta Jain, A/Prof Harsh Suri, Prof Alexander Newman

DFAT Australia-India Council Grants Program

  • 2021: $85,215

Industry and Other Funding

Virtual WIL: Technology-enabled WIL placements and projects

A/Prof Harsh Suri, Ms Friederika Kaider, Dr Wayne Read

Australian Collaborative Education Network Research Grants

  • 2019: $10,000


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