The idea of editing a special issue of the journal with contributions from Hawkesbury arose in conversations between Sriskandarajah and Soren Brier at the beginning of this year, following the move by the former to the Royal Veterinary and Agricultural University (KVL) in Denmark. He had been with the Agriculture and Rural Development academic group at University of Western Sydney, Hawkesbury in Australia for fourteen years. We were both new appointees to KVL’s Section for Learning and Interdisciplinary Methods, a small group of faculty dedicated to offering courses in problem-oriented project-based learning and preparing undergraduates for such a pedagogic approach.
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