Paul Greenfield will become the Vice-Chancellor of the University of Queensland in January 2008.  "He is currently the Senior Deputy Vice-Chancellor of the University of Queensland, and also a director of several companies including UniQuest Pty Ltd, National ICT Australia Ltd and the Australian Institute of Commercialisation." 
"Professor Greenfield was appointed Senior Deputy Vice-Chancellor from 2002. Previously he was Deputy Vice-Chancellor (2001), Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Research) (1997-00) and Executive Dean of Engineering, Physical Sciences and Architecture (established 1997 as part of a major restructure).
"After graduating Bachelor of Engineering, first-class honours in chemical engineering, from the University of New South Wales (UNSW), Professor Greenfield worked in the private sector before completing a PhD at UNSW. He worked at CSIRO before winning a three-year fellowship to the U.S. In 1975, he joined the University of Queensland as a lecturer in chemical engineering and a decade later became Head of Department and then Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Physical Sciences and Engineering) before being appointed an inaugural Executive Dean in 1997.
"In January 2006 Professor Greenfield was made an Officer in the General Division of the Order of Australia for service to science and engineering, particularly through research in the areas of chemical engineering, biotechnology, wastewater and environmental management, and to the tertiary education sector.
"Professor Greenfield has consulted for national and international companies and government agencies in the fields of biotechnology, wastewater management, environmental management and project evaluation. He has also served on national and international committees such as the National Greenhouse Advisory Panel (since 1994) and the DETYA High Performance Computing Interim Executive Board of Management.
"Currently, he chairs the Scientific Advisory Committee overseeing the $5.2 million Moreton Bay and Brisbane River Wastewater Management Study (since 1994); the Waste Technical Working Group, Basel Convention (since 1995); and the Advisory Board of I.P. Australia (since 1999). He is also a Director of several University companies including UniQuest Pty Ltd." 
In 1994 "Federal Environment Minister Senator John Faulkner announced the appointment of a panel to advise on greenhouse strategies amid growing friction between business and conservation groups. The panel was headed by Professor Paul Greenfield of Queensland University with representatives from consumer, conservationist, union, business and industry bodies." 
- Chair, International Water Centre 
- Director, Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation 
- Director, International Riverfoundation 
- Director, Great Barrier Reef Research Foundation 
- Member, Clean Coal Council 
- Review Committee, Sustainable Minerals Institute 
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- Directors, International Riverfoundation, accessed March 16, 2008.
- Directors, Great Barrier Reef Research Foundation, accessed March 10, 2009.
- Premier announces clean coal council members, Queensland Business Review, accessed August 13, 2007.
- Governance, Sustainable Minerals Institute, accessed August 13, 2007.