Professor Cameron Newton

Cameron Newton


Deputy Dean


Faculty of Business and Law, Office of the Deputy Dean

Areas of research & interest:

  • Communities & society
  • Economics & business
  • Hydrogen
  • Social issues
  • Workforce & training


  • Communities in transition
  • Green investment
  • Hydrogen & fuels

Research Institution:



Cameron Newton is the Deputy Dean of the Faculty of Business and Law at Queensland University of Technology (QUT). He holds a Doctor of Organisational Psychology , Bachelor of Arts (Psychology) (Hons I), and a Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting and Finance). He is a registered psychologist with the Australian Board of Psychologists. As Deputy Dean, Cameron is responsible for learning and teaching, research, student support and experience, international recruitment and partnerships, continuing professional education, and external engagement. He works closely with the Executive Dean to further the strategic mission and global growth of the Faculty of Business and Law, which includes five discipline schools (Accountancy; Advertising, Marketing & Public Relations; Economics & Finance; Law; Management: and the QUT Graduate School of Business). Cameron commenced his professional life in the finance services sector where he held various management positions before moving to academia. An active and innovative researcher, Cameron’s research focuses on organisational culture, organisational effectiveness, innovation, and clean energy market development.