2020 – Current
2011 – 2020
2001 – 2010
1991 – 2000
1981 – 1990

2020 – Current

2011 – 2020

2019-20
Commemorative Fellowships

The Del Doherty Commemorative Fellowship

To Gaelle Goumand: Gaelle commenced her study in linguistics in Switzerland, examining the language of community engagement in working with social workers. She is enrolled in a Masters of Social Work at UQ and is interested in social justice and engaging with community groups.

The Betty Patterson Commemorative Fellowship
To Caitlin Power: From working in the Commonwealth Bank Caitlin became interested in retirement savings policy and has commenced study at Cambridge to further her understanding of the impact of gender policy on female financial inequity in retirement.

The Dorothy Davidson Commemorative Fellowship
To Sarah Kilcoyne: Sarah is enrolled in a DPhil at Oxford University. She is combining her experience in both speech pathology and law in examining the legal rights of young people with communication impairment in seeking plastic surgery for aesthetic reasons

The Mary McSweeney Commemorative Fellowship
To Janice Chuang: During her time as a practising dentist in Singapore, Janice became aware of the challenges in treating patients with special needs, such as physical or intellectual disabilities and medically complex conditions. She is enrolled in a three year Doctor of Clinical Dentistry art the University of Queensland and intends to return to Singapore to practise in the public system to focus on special needs dentistry.

2018-19
Commemorative Fellowships

Barbara Williams Commemorative Fellowship

Mercedes McLean completed a Master of Conservation Biology at the University of Queensland in 2019. She grew up on Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada and her research examines climate change adaptation focused on collaborative management strategies for marine protected areas from an indigenous community perspective.

Freda Freeman Commemorative Fellowship

Simone Maurer is a world-class flute player and studying for her PhD in music at the University of Melbourne. She is researching how visual bias influences audiences’ emotional perception of musical performance.

Betty Patterson Commemorative Fellowship

Erika Bellingham, an Honours graduate in Linguistics from the University of Queensland, will study for her Phd at the University of Buffalo (NY, USA). This programme involves four years of full-time coursework, followed by 1-3 years to complete her dissertation. She is interested in how speakers draw on their cognitive and linguistic resources to describe events of varying levels of typicality. Events more difficult to verbalise tend to be described less consistently across speakers, and with greater use of predicates (verbs) and more complex syntax.

2017-18

Commemorative Fellowships

Audrey Harrison Commemorative Fellowship

Allanah Hunt holds a Bachelor of Arts (Hons) from Central Qld University, excelling in her chosen field of Creative Writing and Literary Studies. She is currently enrolled in a PhD in Creative Writing at Anglia Ruskin University, UK 9formerly the Cambridge School of Art) that involves the production of a work of creative writing in addition to a thesis.  Her focus was the role of affect and the dehumanisation of race and gender through the social lenses of media and politics.

Freda Freeman Commemorative Fellowship

Simone Maurer completed a BMus (Hons) in Flute Performance, followed by a MPhil in Music Studies at the University of Cambridge (UK)She has chosen to combine both musicology and music performance at the University of Melbourne. Her thesis focuses on the impacts of body movements in flute performance, taking a music psychology approach.

2016-17

Commemorative Fellowships

Mary McSweeney Commemorative

Fiona Russo, with an MBA from Southern Cross University and an extensive background in business, is the primary carer and advocate for her profoundly disabled daughter. Aware of the need  for parents to be able to navigate the health, education and social services system, she has enrolled in an interdisciplinary PhD at University of Southern Queensland to address questions of how health professionals can best predict the support needs of carers of children with disabilities to enable them to effectively advocate for their children. This qualitative research will provide an evidence basis for the development of educational tools to enable parent-carers to be the best advocates they can.

Betty Paterson Commemorative

Laya Matindoos is from Iran and has a background an English Teacher and Translator. Her passion is education, but the career paths for women in Academia in Iran are very restricted. Laya is investigating the experiences of migrant women. She is a confirmed PhD  student in the School of Communication and Arts at University of Queensland  to investigate the ways in which Iranian women migrants, both economic migrants and refugees, have experienced their settlement in Australia and how they see themselves included and excluded. She has now conducted a significant number of interviews which she is now analyzing. Her preliminary results indicate a big divide between the ways that economic and humanitarian migrants see each other, and she is considering extending her study to interview some male migrants to see if this translates across genders.

Dorothy Davidson Commemorative

Sarah Kilcoyne has upgraded her M. St in Legal Research to a D Phil at the University of Oxford to continue her research on young people with communication impairments and their capacities to participate in restorative justice processes. Sarah gained a Bachelor of Speech Pathology (Honours) from the Flinders University of South Australia in 2004 and subsequently worked as a Speech Pathologist in education and health sectors in South Australia, Queensland and the United Kingdom.  During her clinical practice she became aware of the prevalence of juveniles with communication impairment in the justice system and subsequently completed a B Laws (Honours). Sarah was admitted as a Solicitor in Queensland in 2011. Sarah subsequently completed a Masters of Laws (Health) (QUT) with special interests in children with communication impairment and their ability to access their legal rights in the criminal justice and child protection systems.

2015-16

Freda Bage 3-year Fellowship

Phillipa (Pip) Coore has undergraduate degrees in Journalism and Communication (UQ) and Law (QUT). She came to study law after the death of her beloved grandfather resulted in significant legal proceedings concerning his will that impacted the entire family. At that time she recognised the gross inadequacy of laws in Australia protecting the rights of the Elderly, and carers of the Elderly. She has maintained her passion for change in this area has already spent time as a visiting scholar at the Oxford Institute of Population Aging in order to educate herself on the key sociological and demographic issues associated with the growth of ageing populations in developed societies. This led her to embark on a Masters in Law at Oxford University which she is now converting into a D.Phil at Oxford. Pip intends to return to Australia to redress the legal vacuums in Elder law that she has identified through her doctoral studies and to leverage her expertise to effect legislative change.

Commemorative Fellowships

Dorothy Davidson Commemorative Award

Sarah Kilcoyne is a clinical speech pathologist (B Speech Path Flinders University, SA) and a lawyer (Bachelor of Laws, Charles Darwin University, Master of Laws (Health), QUT). She is currently working in the UK as a speech pathologist at the Oxford Craniofacial Unit, John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford, having been recruited from Australia. Sarah has had a longstanding interest in the plight of juvenile offenders with communication disorders in the legal system, recognising the disadvantages that emerge for young people facing police interview and court proceedings when they additionally have a communication disorder.

In order to advance her capacity to advocate for change in this area, she has been accepted into a Master of Law at Oxford University to address the question: “Does Australia’s Youth Justice Conferencing Legislation facilitated restorative justice for juvenile offenders with communication impairments” Sarah plans to convert this into a PhD before returning to Australia to develop best practice for speech pathology in the legal sector.

Betty Patterson Commemorative Award

Laya Matindoost is from Iran and enrolled in a PhD in the school of Communication and Arts at the University of Queensland to investigate the ways in which Iranian women migrants, both economic migrants and refugees, have experienced their settlement in Australia and now they see themselves included and excluded. After completion she plans to continue in academia and to become a spokesperson for issues facing migrant women especially refugee women in Australia.

Louisa Penfold, originally from Victoria (BA in Media and Communication from Swinburne University), came to Queensland to undertake the Masters in Museum Studies at the University of Queensland. Her passion is the engagement and learning of very young children in art through museum visits. She has been accepted at the Tate Modern Museum, London as a PhD candidate to investigate the current and possible future intersections between children, artists, and curators in the design of learning environments for young audiences.

2014-15

3-year Fellowships

Julie Hennegan is a UQ graduate in Psychology.  She completed an MSc in Evidence Based Social Intervention at Oxford University and received a three-year Freda Bage Fellowship to help fund her PhD research on the relationship between menstruation management practices and school attendance in Uganda.

April Hastwell holds a QUT Bachelor of Applied Science and studied for her PhD at the ARC Centre of Integrative Research with the help of a three-year Molly Butz-Olsen Fellowship. This research examined ways that soybeans can be used as a companion crop to sugarcane to improve soils associated with that agricultural industry.  She is committed to a career as a research scientist in the pursuit of food security.

Commemorative Fellowships

Mary McSweeney Commemorative

Morgan Rubanov graduated in Science at Stonehill College (Massachusetts) and completed a Masters of Conservation Biology at UQ.

Audrey Harrison Commemorative

Humya Bristy is a graduate in Business Administration from the University of Dhaka, intending to become a Finance academic in Bangladesh. For her PhD at QUT she studied the relationships between financial development, the exchange rate regime and exchange rate volatility.

Freda Freeman Commemorative

Ella Gunn, a graduate in Law from QUT worked as a solicitor before commencing a Masters programme in Refugee and Forced Migration studies at Oxford University. She anticipated these studies will help her progress into Immigration law and towards changing perceptions towards asylum seekers in the Australian community.

Margaret Mittelhauser Commemorative

Jennifer Setchell, a Physiotherapy graduate of Curtin University (WA) studied for her PhD in Psychology at UQ. Her research into weight stigma in health care delivery, initially focussed on physiotherapy but equally applicable to other health encounters has been published and recognised internationally.

Post-doctoral Research Fellowship

In 2015, the Fellowships Fund jointly funded with the University of Queensland a post-doctoral Fellowship awarded to Dr Leanne Saksewski. Leanne, a graduate in Occupational Therapy from UQ is particularly interested in improving motor function in children with cerebral palsy.

2013-14

Freda Bage 3-year Fellowship

Hila Dafny received Magna Cum Laude for a Bachelor of Nursing from Hebrew University, Jerusalem and also has a Masters in Public Health from the same institution. She has just started a PhD at the University of Southern Queensland. While working as an ICU nurse in Jerusalem, Hila became aware of levels of verbal and physical violence that are directed at nurses by both patients and visitors. This experience has led her to develop a PhD study of how violence towards nurses affects their ability to interact with patients, visitors and colleagues. Despite worldwide recognition of violence against nurses, there has been little research in the Australian context. Hila’s mixed-methods study thus has the potential to influence workplace practice for nurses and raise public awareness of this issue. Hila plans to use this study as a basis for directly influencing public health policy and to develop an academic career.

Molly Budtz-Olsen 3-year Fellowship

Levon Blue has a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Waterloo, Canada and an MA in Training and Development from Griffith University. She is currently enrolled in a PhD at the School of Education and Professional Studies, Griffith University. Through her history in financial services and as a consultant on managing financial resources, Levon has become a passionate advocate for better practices in Financial Literacy Education (FLE). Her thesis critically examines the role of FLE in a First Nation Community in Ontario Canada (of which she is a member) to explore the ways in which culture may influence financial decision making, and how an understanding of this may lead to better practices in FLE in general. Levon’s aim is to give back to her own community in an area in which she is both passionate and knowledgeable, to develop the field of FLE, and to influence policymakers, especially in developing Financial Literacy strategies for Indigenous peoples more generally.

Commemorative Fellowships

Hillary Nye is a J.S.D. candidate at New York University School of Law, where she also received her LL.M. in legal theory, in 2011. She gained her LL.B in 2008 and B.A. in 2009, with majors in philosophy and political science, from the University of Queensland. Hillary works primarily at the intersection of the disciplines of philosophy and law. In particular, she is interested in methodological questions about the way in which we put forward and defend positions in legal philosophy. Her work questions the dominant place of conceptual analysis in answering jurisprudential questions, and draws on philosophical pragmatism for new ways to approach the core questions in the field. Her doctoral project uses this critical methodological approach to explore the connection between the Rule of Law, autonomy, and law. Her work has been funded by NYU, as well as the Institute for Humane Studies, which twice awarded her a Humane Studies Fellowship.

Jacqueline Murdoch is a junior doctor who has worked most recently in the Northern Territory and Western Australia. She has a BSc/BA (2004) and MBBS (Hons.) (2010) from the University of Queensland and is currently undertaking a Master of Public Health at the Harvard School of Public Health. Jacqueline is enrolled in the Health and Social Behaviour concentration and is particularly interested in community women’s health interventions and gender-based violence prevention. Her achievements at UQ include being awarded the Ben Adsett Memorial Prize for Community Health and the Eric W Peet Memorial Prize for Medical Ethics. She intends to return to Australia to complete general practice and public health training and to combine a clinical and academic/policy career.

Nisha Yadev – The potential to use one’s knowledge for improvement and benefit of community, country and individual is the greatest significance of Education. My educational aspirations consist of PhD in Pharmaceutics under guidance of the international researchers of the University of Queensland. On the other hand, my career vision is to one day be able to deliver a contribution towards improving global public health. I was among the top 5% students of my university during my bachelors however I topped my university for scoring the highest in my masters. I have a number of seminar, conferences and publications to my credit. After my masters, I started working as a Research Executive in Research and Development organization involved in the development of novel drug delivery systems. This desire and determination aroused my interest in the ongoing research work at the University of Queensland.

Uzma Sehrish has Mathematics degrees from the University of Punjab, Lahore and Sardar Bahadur Khan Women’s University, Quetta, Pakistan, where she lectured in Mathematics from 2006-2011. Since 2011 she has completed a coursework MSc at QUT and is enrolled in a Masters of Applied Science (Research), which she plans to articulate to a PhD. Her research is at the interface of Mathematics and Biological Sciences and involves the mathematical modelling of growth factor delivery to cutaneous wounds. Her work thus aims to provide theoretical insights into the design of a drug delivery system to improve wound healing. On completion of her studies at QUT, Uzma plans to return to a University position in her home province, Balochistan, which is particularly deprived of tertiary educators.

Natalie Elms has a Bachelor of Business (Accountancy) from RMIT. After a number of years working in the international corporate sector, Natalie returned to study and is currently enrolled in an MA(Research) in Business at QUT, studying selection processes for corporate board membership. She has been accepted into a PhD program at the same institution to continue her research into behavioural corporate governance through a qualitative study of the barriers to women’s participation on corporate boards. A PhD in this area will not only provide evidence for why women’s participation on corporate boards is so marginal, but also will enable Natalie to switch fully into an academic career.

2012-13

Commemorative Fellowships

Morenikeji Akinlotan

Morenikeji is a BSc Mathematics graduate from the University of Ibadan, Nigeria and recently completed a Postgraduate Diploma from the African Institute of Mathematical Sciences which attracts academically excellent students. She is enrolled in PhD in the Science and Engineering Faculty of QUT commencing in 2013. Her proposed research integrates mathematical modeling and epidemiology with the aim of improving understanding of the immune response to infections of Chlamydia Trachomatis.  Morenikeji intends to return to Nigeria to apply her research outcomes both in informing public health policy and identifying risk factors for preventative medicine.

Caitlin Goss

Caitlin is BA(Hons)/LLB(Hons) graduate of UQ who is currently completing her DPhil at Oxford University. She is researching the implementation of interim constitutions in countries during the peace-building process after conflict. This area of modern constitution-making has received little academic attention and her research will be highly regarded. She aims to work in an advisory legal capacity to bodies such as the UN supporting states in constitution building before returning to academia in Australia. Her outstanding academic record resulted in the award of a 2009 Rhodes Scholarship (Queensland) which fully funded the first three years of her MPhil/DPhil studies and now just covers tuition for the remaining time.

Jennifer Fox

Jennifer is a graduate of both UQ (B Commerce, 1979 & PGCert Nursing, 2011) as well as QUT (B Nursing, 2009). She recently converted from a MSc to PhD (QUT) and is researching the processes and practices around the transition to palliative care for people living with metastatic melanoma. Her studies to date have identified a significant gap in practice relating to this specific but common and aggressive form of cancer. Her studies examine the transition to palliative care from the perspectives of both the patients and the medical practitioners. Jennifer’s personal journey catalysed her career change and provide her with unique experience and passion to succeed evidenced in her excellent academic record.

Onanong Thippimol

Onanong is graduate of Thammasat University (Thailand) and is currently enrolled in a PhD at UQ studying the implementation of Shariah law in Indonesia. She is a skilled linguist which enables her to access government records in Indonesia and ultimately in Holland. Her research will provide valuable understanding in the processes of implementation fo Syariah law in the Thai context but also more widely in the context of Islamic law across the South East Asia region. Onanong is already a high regarded academic at one of Thailand’s leading Universities and this research will enhance her expertise and status as an expert in Indonesian history and Islamic law.

Anne Whittingham

Anne, a 2012 Freda Freeman Commemorative Fellowship recipient and a graduate of the University of Massachusetts, she commenced an MPhil in Cultural Studies at UQ in 2012. Anne has a very strong academic record, strong linguistic skills and a background in Japanese literary studies and gender perspectives. She recently successfully converted to a PhD program which researching the appeal of ‘boy’s love manga’ to female readers through analysis of graphic & semantic representations of dynamic relationships. The role of this form of manga in portraying themes related to sexuality has significance in social constructs.  Anne intends pursuing an academic career.

2001 – 2010

2009-10

Elizabeth Murphy
B Eng (JCU)
Elizabeth is currently at Oxford University completing a PhD in robotics research. Her robots are programmed to explore and map unknown environments.

Sarah Holland-Batt

Jennifer Greenwood
B Ed (Exeter), Education PhD (Leeds)
Jennifer is completing a PhD in Philosophy at UQ. Her project explores emotion and metaphor and she draws on many disciplinary perspectives to inform her research.

Vimbai Nyemba
(see 2008-09)

Jane O’Leary
BSc (UQ), Med (QUT)
Jane is completing her PhD project in the Business school at UQ. Her project provides a model describing and explaining how people in organisations manage workforce diversity. The topic emerged in response to her work as research manager at the Diversity Council Australia, a membership-based association that assists Australian organizations to provide inclusive and equitable workplace environments. At this time, she noticed there was a lack of guidance for managers on how to manage workplace diversity effectively. The model she develops will provide evidence-based guidance to managers on how to manage diversity effectively and assist organisations design and implement more effective diversity training. The fellowship has enabled her to finish writing her thesis.

Kiah Smith
BA (UQ)
Kiah is completing her PhD at UQ. Her research is directed at ethical trade and in particular women’s understandings of local social and environmentally sustainable livelihoods. She is looking at the contributions of regulatory and nonregulatory models for achieving this.

2008-09

Marian Heckenberg
(see 2001-02)

Jennifer Manley
BA (Hons I), MPhil, C.dec.
Jennifer is studying towards a PhD in Classics and Ancient History at UQ. She will be undertaking a trip to the U.K. in mid-2009 to further her research into illness as a mechanism of social interaction in the Roman world to A.D. 235. Jennifer also has a career as a Senior Housing Analyst for the Queensland Government.

Vimbai Nyemba
Dip HE(Med Sci) Northumbria, BBioSci Griffith
Currently in medical school at St.George’s University studying towards a Doctor of Medicine.
Email: vimvai@yahoo.com

Sasha Jesperson
BSocSci UQ, MSc Human Rights LSE
Sasha studied towards an MSc in Human Rights at the London School of Economics conducting fieldwork in Sierra Leone on women’s rights. She has since been working on Sudan at the International Secretariat of Amnesty International and has plans to begin her PhD.

Sujeevi Samanthi Nawaratna

2007-08

Christine Andrews
M.A. with Distinction (Kings College London), M. Mus.St. (GU), B.A., B.Ed.St. (UQ).
Christine is a teacher with Education Queensland and a musicologist. She is presently reading for her D. Phil at Oxford University. Her research project on Victorian oratorio festivals looks into a much-neglected area of musicological research.
Email: christine.andrews@music.ox.ac.uk

Caitlin Marley
MSc (Distinction) Advanced Structural Engineering, DIC. (Imperial College London), BEng, Civil (Hons Class 1), The University of Queensland
Caitlin is a structural engineer specializing in maritime structures and bridge design. She graduated from the University of Queensland in 2002 and was employed by SKM for almost 5 years before taking leave to study her Masters in Advanced Structural Engineering at Imperial College London. The Audrey Jorss Commemorative Fellowship (AFUW Qld) helped to make this year of study possible. Caitlin is now employed in London with Flint and Neill Partnership.

Nicole Erlich
BComp (Information Systems and Psychology; Monash), MA (Psychology; University of Denver)
Nicole is currently undertaking a PhD in Psychology at UQ. She is studying how infants respond physiologically to meaningful sounds in their environments. She is also concurrently doing a Graduate Certificate in Higher Education at UQ.

Sonja Read (nee Brown)
LLB (Hons 1) (UQ), BSc (Neurobiology and Psychology) (UQ), GradDip PLEAT (UQ), LLM (UPenn)
Senior Associate at Minter Ellison Lawyers working in the health regulatory and bioscience intellectual property area.

Dr Katherine Wynn
BAppSci (MedSci), BAppSci (Hons I), PhD
Katherine carried out her PhD at the Queensland Institute of Medical Research on aspects of the immune response to human cytomegalovirus, both in healthy and immunocompromised individuals. She is currently a postdoctoral research fellow in the Department of Infection, Immunity and Biochemistry at Cardiff University, Wales.

Ada Ho
BSc (Biochemistry; The Chinese University of Hong Kong), MPhil (Anatomy; The Chinese University of Hong Kong)
Ada is in her third year of her PhD study at Griffith University. She is conducting her research project on the genetic influence of alcoholism and alcohol craving, in the Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital.

Sarah Moor

2006-07

Carla J. L. Atkinson
BSc Marine Biology/Oceanography (Joint Hons); MSc Marine Biology
Carla carried out her BSc and MSc studies at the University of Wales, Bangor and is now commencing her PhD within the School of Biomedical Science at UQ. Carla is interested in the sensory biology of sharks and rays. Her PhD looks at the sense of taste in sharks and rays, a subject of which very little is known. Carla also has publications on the electroreceptive system in sharks.
Email: cjlatkinson@yahoo.com

Laura Davidoff
Laura is an American student who is enrolling for a Masters in Economics at the University of Queensland. She is studying the history and economics of stolen wages.

Shih-Ning Then
LLB (Hons 1), BSc (Biomedical Science) (UQ), LLM (Dist) (Edin)
Shih-Ning is a lecturer at the School of Law at QUT. She teaches and researches in the health law area.

Janice Ho
UQ BA (Hons I) in English; Uni Medalist, MA (Cornell), PhD (Cornell)
Janice Ho graduated with a B.A. (Hons I) from the University of Queensland in 2001 and was the recipient of a University Medal. She subsequently received her M.A. and Ph.D degrees in English literature from Cornell University in 2005 and 2008 respectively. She is currently an Assistant Professor of English at the University of Colorado at Boulder; her areas of research include twentieth-century British literature and culture, modernist literature, and postcolonial literature and theory.

Melody Eötvos
BMusic (Griffith University), M. Mus. (Royal Academy of Music, London), M. Arts (Phil) (UQ)
Melody has a Masters of Music from the Royal Academy of Music in London and a Master of Arts in Philosophy from University of Queensland. She has received a number of awards including the APRA Professional Development Award in the Classical category (2009) and the 3MBS National Composers Award (2009), and has participated in several national workshops such as Modart2009, the TSO Composer School 2009 and KPO development program. She is currently completing a Doctorate of Music at the Jacobs School of Music at Indiana University in Bloomington, USA.
Web: melodyeotvos.com

Sani Jahnke
BSc (Hons I)(UQ)
Sani is in her second year of PhD in bioengineering. Her project is on adult stem cells as healing substrate.

Gabrielle Appleby
LLB (Hons I) (UQ)
Gabrielle is enrolling for a Masters at Melbourne Uni on constitutional law in Asia/Pacific region

Megan McCarthy
Megan is the recipient of the Australian Federation of University Women-UQ Fellowship Fund and is working towards a Master of Philosophy degree.

2005-06

Rebekah Scott
Rebekah has a BA (Hons I) and a University Medal from the University of Queensland. She is currently working on a PhD in literature at Cambridge University. Her topic is the work of Henry James.

Ingrid Barnsley
DPhil (Law) and MPhil (International Relations), Oxford University, Hons I in Government, UQ; BA and LLB, UNSW.
Ingrid’s doctoral project focused on the domestic implementation of public international law agreements, especially human rights law agreements. Now working at the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development in Paris, and also teaching international law at the American University of Paris.

Dr Clementina Lwatula
Master Public Health(Qld)
Clementina is a medical doctor from Zambia who has extensive experience with the effects of HIV on the lives of women and children. She obtained a Master of Public Health at UQ. Her topic was the prevention of and counselling for HIV infection, especially in women. Clementina rejoined her previous employers, SOS Children’s Village of Zambia Trust (soscvzambia.org.zm) when she returned to Zambia where she contributed significantly establishing a clinic for providing free antiretroviral therapy to the community there especially orphans and poor women. The clinic commenced on 1st November 2007. In January 2008 Clementina joined The University of Zambia, (UNZA) as Head of the University Health Services. UNZA is Zambia’s largest research and training institution which was established in 1965, just one year after independence from Britain.
Web: unza.zm
Email: lwatulachalwe@yahoo.co.uk

Norita Morseu-Diop
Norita is studying for a PhD in social work at UQ. Her topic is indigenous incarceration, especially the extent to which rehabilitation programs in Australian and New Zealand jails are relevant to and effective for indigenous people. In order to complete her study, she must travel around Australia and New Zealand to interview relevant parties. Norita has a B.Soc Wk from UQ and has 13 years experience working the field.

Tamyka Bell
Bsc (Hons I) (UQ)
Tamyka is finishing her PhD full-time in Human Movements studies at UQ. She has a BSc (Hons I) in Physics from the University of Queensland and is now completing a project on computational modelling of sensorimotor control and movement.

Sara Busilacchi
(see 2004-05)

2004-05

Caragh Brosnan
(see 2002-03)

Kate Brown
BSc (UQ), LLB Hons 1 (UQ), LLM (Harvard)
Kate is a University medalist from the University of Queensland. She holds a BA (1998) with a major in French, an LLB (2002) with first class Honours from the University of Queensland, and an LLM (2005) from Harvard Law School. Kate is currently working in the International Arbitration Practice Group of Curtis, Mallet-Prevost, Colt & Mosle, and is based in Mexico City. She is Assistant Editor of World Arbitration & Mediation Review, published by the Institute for Transnational Arbitration, and lectures on international alternative dispute resolution at the Tecnológico de Monterrey in Mexico City. Kate is also a fellow of the Australian Centre for International Commercial Arbitration and a member of the Australian delegation to the United Nations Commission on International Trade Law, Working Group II (Arbitration & Conciliation).
Email: kbrown@curtis.com

Sara Busilacchi
Sara is an Italian national currently in her first year of a PhD in Marine Sciences at James Cook University. Sara’s project is to model the impact of reef line fishery on marine resources in the Eastern Torres Straight. Sara has a number of publications and professional experience in her field of fisheries biology. She chose to study at James Cook University in order to take advantage of the opportunity to both model the impact of fishing on the reef, as well as work with indigenous groups who make a living off of fishing in the area.

Thorlene Egerton
BPhty, MPhil, PhD
Thorlene completed her PhD studies on ‘The immediate effect of physical activity on the postural stability of older people’ through the University of Queensland in 2009. She is now working at the Clinical Research Centre for Movement Disorders and Gait at the Kingston Centre Gait Laboratory in Melbourne, and also as a Research Physiotherapist at the Centre for Health, Exercise and Sports Medicine at the University of Melbourne.
Email: thor@sutmap.com

Jodi Gray
BSc (Hons 1) (ANU); BLaw (Hons 1, University Medal) (ANU)
Jodi is currently at Oxford, studying for a Bachelors of Civil Law. Her topic is human rights law and her particular interest is in how the rights of vulnerable individuals, particularly women and children, should be protected in situations that typically involve gross human rights abuses (these include war, refugeeism).

Anne Kovachevich
BSc Physics (ANU); B. Systems Eng (Hons) (ANU)
Anne is in her final year of a PhD in experimental aerospace engineering at the University of Queensland. Her topic is maximization of scramjet engine efficiency, which involves building scramjet engine models that can simulate the high heat generated in outer atmosphere flight. She is a member of the Hyshot team at the University of Queensland, one of the world’s leading scramjet research teams.
Email: annekovachevich@hotmail.com

2003-04

Christine A. Bateup
BA/LL.B. (Melb.); LL.M. (Lond)
Doctorate of Juridical Science (J.S.D.) Candidate, NYU School of Law (specializing in constitutional theory)
Email: christine.bateup@nyu.edu

Dr Janet Butler
PhD (La Trobe), BA (La Trobe), Dip Ed (La Trobe)
Whilst a Fellowship recipient, Janet completed a PhD in the History Program of The School of Historical & European Studies at La Trobe University, where she is now an Honorary Associate. Janet’s thesis was a study of change in identity in response to the experience of war, and was centrally based upon the war diaries of an Australian Great War army nurse. She has published articles based upon her research in the Journal of Australian Studies (2003), Health and History (2004) and Australian Historical Studies(2006). Janet’s work whilst on the Fellowship was awarded the 2004 Ken Inglis Prize by the Editorial Board of Australian Historical Studies, and the 2005 Max Kelly Medal, by the History Council of NSW. Her current projects reflect her continuing interest in the field of personal narratives, and the individual experience of war.
Email: J.Butler@latrobe.edu.au

Penelope Dean
(see 1995-96)

Monica Gagliano
Monica is studying for her PhD in marine biology at James Cook University. She is an Italian National who is working on the sustainability of reef fish populations with a view towards understanding, “how little fish grow up to be big fish”. Her work is directly relevant to Australian concerns at the moment, and in the long term she hopes to work for an international body involved in sea ecology.

Jennifer Koenig
Jennifer is completing her PhD in tropical wildlife. Her topic is the sustainability of aboriginal art carving practice in the Northern Territory. Her mission is to make sure that the aboriginal artists do not deplete the trees that they need to do their woodcarvings. Since this type of carving is apparently a fairly new tradition in the Northern Territory, it is important that sustainability practices be put in place now.
Web: wildlife.ntu.edu.au/postgrad/downloads/Jennifer%20Koenig%20WebPage.pdf

Elisa Young
Elisa is a British national who is studying her PhD in geology at University of Queensland. She studies how earth originally developed an oxygen-rich atmosphere.
Email: young_elisa@hotmail.com

2002-03

Dr Caragh Brosnan
BA (Hons) (Qld) PhD (Cantab)
Research Fellow, Centre for Biomedicine & Society, King’s College London
Caragh’s current research examines the views of scientists and clinicians involved in experimental neuroscience, with regard to the ethical, clinical, social and legal issues raised by the imperative to move from ‘bench-to-bedside’, or from research to treatment. This project forms part of the Wellcome Trust-funded LABTEC (London & Brighton Translation Ethics Centre) programme hosted at the Centre for Biomedicine & Society. Caragh received fellowships from AFUWQ-FFI in 2003 and 2005 which contributed to funding her PhD in Sociology at the University of Cambridge. With Bryan Turner she is editor of the Handbook of the Sociology of Medical Education (Routledge, 2009), which builds on work developed during her doctoral studies.
Web: kcl.ac.uk/schools/sspp/interdisciplinary/cbas/staff/acad/cb.html
Email: caragh.brosnan@kcl.ac.uk

Katherine R. Chambers
History

Minah Choe
Cello

Michelle Doherty
Astronomy

Vijaya Kumari Gothwal
Bacculareate in Optometry (BOpt) from Elite School of Optometry, Chennai, TN, India; Masters in Applied Science (by Research) from Queensland University of Technology
Occupation – Optometrist.
Head – Centre for Sight Enhancement, L V Prasad Eye Institute, India.
Currently pursuing PhD (as an external student) from Queensland University of Technology on pediatric low vision. Comparing self reports (regarding their functional vision abilities) of visually impaired school-going children with the performance-based assessment of the functional vision performance. Vijaya has developed a questionnaire that is reliable and valid – the L V Prasad Functional Vision Questionnaire (LVP-FVQ) as a part of her Master’s research work. She is conducting her research at L V Prasad Eye Institute, Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh, India.
Web: http://patientcare.lvpei.org/eye-hospital/our-team.html
Email: colonel@lvpei.org or vijay262000@yahoo.com

Dr Jane McAdam
BA (Hons), LLB (Hons) (Sydney), DPhil (Oxford)
Dr Jane McAdam (BA (Hons), LLB (Hons) (Sydney), DPhil (Oxford)) is an Associate Professor in the Faculty of Law at the University of NSW. She is the Director of Research in the School of Law and the Director of the International Refugee and Migration Law project at the Gilbert + Tobin Centre of Public Law. She is also a Research Associate at the University of Oxford’s Refugee Studies Centre, and was the Director of its International Summer School in Forced Migration in 2008. She previously taught in the Faculty of Law at the University of Sydney and at Lincoln College at the University of Oxford, where she obtained her doctorate. Associate Professor McAdam holds two Australian Research Council Discovery Grants. The first supports her research on ‘Weathering Uncertainty: Climate Change “Refugees” and International Law’, including field work in Kiribati, Tuvalu and Bangladesh; the second is a grant held with two historians to examine ‘Immigration Restriction and the Racial State, c. 1880 to the Present’. She is the author of Complementary Protection in International Refugee Law (Oxford University Press, Oxford, 2007); The Refugee in International Law, 3rd edn (with GS Goodwin-Gill, Oxford University Press, Oxford, 2007); and the editor of Forced Migration, Human Rights and Security (Hart Publishing, Oxford, 2008) and Climate-Induced Displacement: Multidisciplinary Perspectives (Hart Publishing, Oxford, 2010). She is currently working on a monograph entitled Climate Change, Displacement and International Law (Oxford University Press, Oxford, forthcoming 2011). Associate Professor McAdam is the Associate Rapporteur of the Convention Refugee Status and Subsidiary Protection Working Party for the International Association of Refugee Law Judges; an adviser to the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees on the legal aspects of climate-related displacement; and has been a consultant to the Australian and British governments on migration issues.
Web: http://www.law.unsw.edu.au/staff/McAdamJ/
Email: j.mcadam@unsw.edu.au

2001-02

Dr Antonina Gentile
BA (Syd), M.Int.S (Syd), MA (Johns Hopkins), PhD (Johns Hopkins)
Member of the Transnational Contentious Politics Project, Cornell University

Marian Heckenberg
Music (Double Bass)

Dr Selena Ng
PhD (Cambridge, UK) in Mathematics (String Theory), College des Ingenieurs Management Program for scientists and engineers
Project Manager, COGEMA (part of AREVA www.areva.com), offering solutions to industrial clients worldwide for managing used nuclear fuel and highly radioactive waste.
Email: sng@cogema.fr

Dr Nguyen Thi Kim Cuc
PhD
Research fellow, Assessment Research Centre, Department of Learning and Educational Development, Faculty of Education, University of Melbourne
Web: edfac.unimelb.edu.au/cgi-bin/public/staff_profile.cgi?id=8104
Email: cuc@unimelb.edu.au

Dr Karen O’Connell
BA (Syd) LLB (Hons)(Syd) LLM (Col) JSD (Col)
Karen has a doctorate in law from Columbia University, New York, focusing on emerging genetic technologies. She is a lawyer at the federal Human Rights and Equal Opportunity Commission and has an ongoing interest in discrimination law, human rights, feminist theory and biotechnologies of the body.

Robin Prichard
MFA, UCLA:BFA, SUNY Purchase
Visiting Assistant Professor, Department of Dance, Arizona State University
Teaching and performing in Australia included: Opera Australia (2004), Sydney Dance Company (2002- 2004), National Aboriginal Islander Skills Development Association (2004), University of Western Sydney (2002-2004)
Email: prichardrobin@hotmail.com or robin.prichard@asu.edu

Emma Sholl
Music (Flute)

2000-01

Sangeetha Chandra-Shekeran
English

Dr Katrina Dean
PhD (Cantab.) MPhil (Cantab.)
Curator of the History of Science, the British Library
Email: katrina.dean@bl.uk

Associate Professor Shireen Fahey
PhD (Qld), MSc (SFSU), BA (Hons) (CSUN)
University of the Sunshine Coast, School of Science and Education Associate Professor, Coastal Zone Environments
Program Leader and Course Coordinator, postgraduate programs in Climate Change Adaptation. Teaching and Research areas: coastal systems dynamics, integrated coastal zone management, estuary and wetland systems dynamics, integrated environmental management. Shireen’s postgraduate students come from geographic regions spanning Africa (Tanzania) to Kiribati in the Pacific. Current research projects include: * Assessing the impact of climate variability and change on a community project while enhancing adaptive capacity: case study Shinyanga agriculture project Tanzania, *Erosion or shoreline retreat: A vulnerability assessment of Rainbow Beach in Queensland and implications for future management,* Potential sea level rise and coastal retreat along the western coast of Fraser Island, *Ecosystem-based assessment of the Sigatoka River system, Viti Levu Fiji and development of the management plan for sustainable use of the resource, *Adaptation and the coastal zone in South Tarawa, Kiribati and *Coastal ecosystem response to climate change.
Web: http://www.usc.edu.au/University/AcademicFaculties/Science/Staff/043410.htm and
http://www.climatechange.edu.au/
Email: sfahey@usc.edu.au

Christina Goddard
BSc(Mathematics)/BE(Electrical & Computer Systems) + LMusA(Violin)
Currently studying towards a PhD in pure mathematics (specifically, logic) at MIT, supervised by Professor Gerald Sacks.
Email: cgoddard@math.mit.edu

Dr Renata L Riha
BMedSc MBBS FRACP MD FRCPE
Consultant in Sleep and Respiratory Medicine, Royal Infirmary Edinburgh since 2004
Previously Consultant in Sleep and Thoracic Medicine at the Prince Charles Hospital in Brisbane (2003 – 2004).
Email: rlriha@hotmail.com

1991 – 2000

1999-00

Carolyn Deere
(see 1998-99)

Dr Lexie R Friend
PhD (University of Queensland)
Post Doctoral Research Fellow, Dept Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, The University of Queensland, working on a role for the nuclear hnRNP proteins in splicing.
Email: L.friend@uq.edu.au

Dr Inese Ivans
PhD (Astronomy, University of Texas at Austin)
Assistant Professor, University of Utah

Claire Jordan
Music composition for films

Angela Lawton
Manager, Australian Zebrafish Phenomics Facility, IMB, University of Queensland
Part time PhD candidate at the Centre for Marine Studies
Email: A.lawton@uq.edu.au

Nina Treadwell
Music

Professor Tania Voon
PhD (Cambridge), LLM (Harvard), Grad Dip Intl L (Melb), LLB (Hons) (Melb), BSc (Melb)
Associate Professor, Melbourne Law School
Former Legal Officer, Appellate Body Secretariat, World Trade Organization
Author of the book: Cultural Products and the World Trade Organization, was published by Cambridge University Press (UK) in June 2007: see tinyurl.com/39jdjf and tinyurl.com/2l8g3s
Web: Melbourne University Link
Email: tania.voon@unimelb.edu.au

Dr Giselle Walker
Ph.D. (Evolutionary biology, The Natural History Museum, London & Botanical Institute, University of Copenhagen), BSc (Hons) (Sydney).
Schlumberger Research Fellow of Darwin College Cambridge, and
John Stanley Gardiner Fellow of the University Museum of Zoology, Cambridge
Working on taxonomy and systematics of protozoa and genetic aspects of the evolutions of multicellularity and cell differentiation
Web: zoo.cam.ac.uk/zoostaff/mml/index.htm
and dar.cam.ac.uk/fellows/index.shtml
Email: gw265@cam.ac.uk

1998-99

Esther Charlesworth
Architecture

Priscilla Collins
Master of Arts in Film Producing
Chief Executive Officer, Central Australian Aboriginal Media Association
Treasurer on Australian Indigenous Communications Association
Board member Indigenous Screen Australia
Member of Indigenous Art Strategy Committee – Northern Territory
Committee member of National Indigenous Television Working Party
Web: http://www.caama.com.au/
Email: caamaceo@caama.com.au

Carolyn Deere
Economics

Dr Jacqueline Peel
BSc/LLB (Hons) UQ, LLM (NYU), PhD (University of Melbourne)
Associate Professor, Faculty of Law, University of Melbourne.
Awarded a Hauser scholarship from New York University to carry out research on the impact of international trade law on environmental law (2003-2004).
Author of book on an environmental principle known as the precautionary principle published by Federation Press (2005).
Another book on Environmental Law: Scientific, Policy and Regulatory Dimensions (co-authored with L Godden) is to be published in 2009 by Oxford University Press.
Recently, Jacqueline has expanded her research to focus on the emerging field of climate change law.
Web: Jaqueline Peel
Email: j.peel@unimelb.edu.au

Katherine Richardson
Trade Law

Dr Sally Sheldon
LLB (QUT), BA (Hons) (UQ), MA, PhD (Essex)
Indigenous Cultural Heritage & Native Title Adviser, Dugalunji Aboriginal Corporation, north-west Queensland
Projects Manager, Myuma Pty Ltd (overseeing Indigenous training/employment schemes and commercial project delivery for an Indigenous-owned company group), north-west Queensland
Consultant – Working in Partnerships Program, Department of Industry Tourism & Resources
Casual lecturer in Law, Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane
Ongoing research and policy work in Aboriginal land management and capacity-development issues
Email: myuma@bigpond.com

1997-98

Lauren Basson
Engineering

Fiona Coad

(see 1996-97)

Jeannie Henderson
BA (Hons), University of Queensland
Director, Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos and Burma Section
Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade
Web: dfat.gov.au

Dr Nadine Johnston
BSc (University of Tasmania, Aus), BSc (M.F.A.B, Hons) (University of Tasmania, Aus), PhD (University of Cambridge, UK)

Dr Nicola McLelland
BA, MPhil, PhD.
Senior Lecturer, Dept. of German, University of Nottingham, England

Senior Lecturer in German at the University of Nottingham, UK, with husband also lecturing full-time in the Biology department, and two children now at school.
Web: nottingham.ac.uk/German/Staff/nicola.mclelland

Dr Sara Schneider
PhD (University of Queensland, Physics)
Risk Manager, Aare-Tessin Ltd. for Electricity (Atel) AG, Olten, Switzerland
Web: atel.ch
Email: sara.Schneider@atel.ch

Tarita Botsman
Singing

1996-97

Fiona Coad
Oboist

Rachel Doherty
BA Des. Studies (Qld), BA Architecture (Hons 1A) (Qld), MA Architecture (Princeton University, USA)
Practices architecture with Gluckman Mayner Architects after working for David Chipperfield and Rem Koolhaas/OMA in their New York offices. Built work includes multiple international residential projects, The Bryant Park Hotel (formally The American Radiator Building), interior renovations of Lever House and the recently opened Seattle Public Library. Rachel has also practiced and taught architecture in Japan, France and Australia.
Web: Gluckmanmayner.com or
newschool.edu/parsons/faculty.aspx?id=48918

Christina Harris
Architecture/Law

Merideth Humphries
Behavioural Ecology

Dr Kala Mulqueeny
LLB (Hons 1 and University Medal) (Qld), BCommerce (Qld); Dip. Legal Practice (University of Technology, Sydney); Doctorate of Juridical Science (Harvard Law School), Yale World Fellow
Kala is currently a 2010 Yale World Fellow, on leave from her position as Senior Counsel in the Office of General Counsel at the Asian Development Bank (ADB). At ADB, Kala’s work focuses on energy, environment and water regulation, including clean technologies, environmental and social legal issues in ADB finance projects, advising on ADB’s accountability mechanism and working on legal empowerment and access to justice. Kala was until recently was a professorial lecturer at the University of the Philippines. Kala has a doctorate from Harvard Law School, where she received the Laylin Prize in International Law for Master’s thesis and again for her SJD dissertation. She also served as the Environmental Law Fellow and a Fellow of the Program in Justice, Welfare and Economics at Harvard.
Email: mulqueenyk@hotmail.com

Johanna Pitman
Asian Studies

Dr Emma Shepherdson
Ph.D. (Structual Engineering) (MIT), M.Sc. (MIT), B.E.(Civil, Hons) (UQ)
Working part-time as a Senior Lecturer at the California College of Arts, San Francisco while taking some time out.
Previously, a structural engineer with Arup in New York.
Email: efshep@alum.mit.edu

1995-96

Lindie Clark
Lecturer in Health Studies, Division of Environmental & Life Sciences, Macquarie University
Email: lclark@els.mq.edu.au

Penelope Dean
Architecture

Madeleine Garlick
Law

Dr Vicky Henderson
BMathFin Hons with University Medal (UTS, 1994), PhD (Mathematics, University of Bath, UK, 1999)
Senior Research Fellow at Univeristy of Oxford, Oxford-Man Institute for Quantitative Finance, and Mathematical Institute. Past positions at ETH Zurich, Princeton University and University of Warwick.
Web: oxford-man.ox.ac.uk/people/members_henderson.html
Email: vicky.henderson@oxford-man.ox.ac.uk

Sylvia Hosking
Masters and B.Music (Juilliard School, New York), Dip. Performance (Royal Conservatory in The Hague, Holland), Dip. Arts in Music (Victorian College of the Arts)
Assistant Principal Double Bass of the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra since 1998, and Private music teacher

Sally McCann
Medicine

Dr Patricia Pender
PhD (Stanford University, 2004), BA HONS with Medal (University of Sydney, 1994)
Assistant Professor of English, Pace University, New York City.
Email: ppender@pace.edu

1994-95

Professor Eleanor Bourke
Aboriginal History

Kate Morgan
Law

Dr Nancye May Peel
PhD (UQ 2006), Master of Public Health, University of Queensland (1997), Bachelor of Physiotherapy (Hons), University of Queensland (1967)
Nancye is a Research Fellow with the Centre for Research in Geriatric Medicine, The University of Queensland where the focus of her research is health service delivery in aged care. She was Secretary of AFUW-Q for 5 years.
Web: uq.edu.au/uqresearchers/researcher/peelnm.html

Dr Carolyn Whitzman
PhD (McMaster University, Canada), 2003
Senior Lecturer in Urban Planning, University of Melbourne.
Member of the Planning Institute of Australia (and on the board of the Victorian chapter, Chairing the Planning for Health and Well-Being Chapter).
Carloyn has an international reputation for her work on gendered community safety initiatives, and she was recently was a keynote speaker at the Second International Conference on Safer Communities for Women in Bogota, Colombia.
Web: abp.unimelb.edu.au/people/staff/whitzmanc.html
Email: whitzman@unimelb.edu.au

Dale Wilson
Engineering

1993-94

Meredith Bhathal
Music

Joanne Burke
Medical Research

Assistant Professor Dr (Ms.) Wassana Im-em
Institute for Population and Social Research, Mahidol University, Thailand
Assistant Professor working in the area of population and reproductive health (teaching graduate students and conducting research).
Web: agingaidsnet.psc.isr.umich.edu/people/profile.html?id=1233
Email: prwie@mahidol.ac.th

Maria Lis Lange
History

Lisa Mayfield
Dentistry

Dr Amanda Michels
Physics

Dr Miranda Mortlock
BSc (Hons) Agriculture (Reading University, UK; including exchange year at Cornell University), MSc. applied Plant sciences (Univ of London), PhD Agronomy and a minor in statistics (Kansas State University, Kansas,USA), Grad Certificate in Education (Tertiary Education) (University of Queensland), CStat (Certified Statistician) from the Royal Statistics Society

Dr Wendy Sarkissian
BSc (Education, Southern Connecticut State University), MA (English literature, Connecticut College), Master of Town Planning (Adelaide), PhD (Murdoch)
Director, Sarkissian Associates Planners Pty Ltd
Fellow of the Planning Institute of Australia
Wendy is a social planning consultant and has pioneered innovative community engagement, planning and development approaches in a wide range of contexts. She is Director of Sarkissian Associates Planners, located in Nimbin, NSW.
Web: sarkissian.com.au
Email: wendy@sarkissian.com.au

Janine Toole
Computer Linguistics

Joanne Willey
Conservation

1992-93

Natalie Bloch
Veterinary Science

Dr Sophie Dove
MA(Hons) in Maths and Philosophy, Univ. Edinburgh UK 1987; MA in Philosophy, University of Southern California USA 1991; Ph. D in Biological Sciences, Univ Sydney 1998
Senior Lecturer Centre for Marine Studies, University of Queensland. Chief Investigator in the ARC Centre for Excellence in Coral Reef Studies.
Web: cms.uq.edu.au and coralcoe.org.au
Email: sophie@uq.edu.au

Professor Isabel Karpin
BA/LLB (Sydney), LLM (Harvard), JSD (Columbia)
Professor of Law, University of Technology Sydney
Isabel taught in the Faculty of Law at the University of Sydney from 1994 to 2008. Prior to joining the University of Sydney faculty she worked for a period for the law firm Blake Dawson Waldron Solicitors (as it then was), and then took up a position as legal officer at the Human Rights and Equal Opportunity Commission. In 1991 she completed the Masters of Law program at Harvard University and then moved to New York to undertake a JSD at Columbia University. Her doctoral work entitled ‘Embodying Justice: Legal Responses to the Transgressive Body’, examined the regulation of marginalised bodies, with a particular focus on the pregnant body. She specialises in feminist legal theory, health law, genetics and the law, disability and law and culture. Her current scholarship is in the area of law that can broadly be described as regulating bodies. This includes laws governing reproductive technologies, biotechnology as well as the legal responses to developments in genetic technologies and the challenges these pose to legal understandings of normality, disability, individuality, and family. She is currently involved in several major research projects in the areas of reproductive technology, disability and emergent genetic technologies.
Web: UTS_Law_Website
Email: Isabel.Karpin@uts.edu.au

Professor Bronwen Morgan
BA (Hons), Univ of Sydney 1990, LLB (Hons), Univ of Sydney 1992, PhD (University of California at Berkeley, 2000) in Jurisprudence and Social Policy
Professor of Sociolegal Studies, Faculty of Social Sciences and Law, University of Bristol, Wills Memorial Building, Queens Road, Bristol BS8 1RJ, UK
Web: http://seis.bris.ac.uk/~lwbmm/
Email: B.Morgan@bristol.ac.uk

Dr Amanda Nimon Peters
PhD in Behavioural Science (University of Cambridge), M.Phil in Polar Studies (University of Cambridge), BA (Hons) (University of Adelaide)
Senior Manager in Shopper Research, Arabian Peninsula Region, for Procter and Gamble (based in Dubai).
Previous positions: various consumer research positions for Procter & Gamble, based in Belgium, Holland and the UK.
Additional activities: Member of the Board of Directors, Carr-Gomm (UK national supported housing charity) 2002-2004; Team Leader, Habitat for Humanity charity housing project in Dej, Romania (2000)
Email: amanda@petersindubai.com

Florence Omodara
Agricultural Science

Katherine Sainsbury
Criminal Law

1991-92

Dr Clare Boothroyd
MBBS (Hons) (Qld), M Med Sci (QIMR/Birmingham), FRACP, FRANZCOG, CREI
Specialist in Reproductive Endocrinology, Gynaecology and Infertility.
Chair of Gynaecology, Visiting Medical Officer, Member of the Medical Advisory Committee, Greenslopes Private Hospital in Brisbane; Member of the Medical Advisory Committee of Monash IVF (National); Queensland Counsellor for the Queensland Australian Menopause Society and Chair of the Education Sub-Committee, Member of the Scientific Program Organising Committee, Research Grants Committee and Education Sub-committee; Member of the Medical Advisory Committee of Family Planning Queensland.
Mother of 3 children.
Web: ivfmed.com.au

Dr Debra Enzenbacher
Associate Professor
Universiti Brunei Darussalam
Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences
Department of Geography
Jalan Tungku Link
Gadong
Bandar Seri Begawan
Brunei Darussalam BE1410
Email: debra.enzenbacher@ubd.edu.bn

Patricia Jalal
Law

Dr Gaye Lansdell
LL.B (Hons.) (Tas); M.Phil (Cambridge University); PhD (Tas)
Associate Professor, Monash University, Course Director, Postgraduate Diploma of Legal Practice
Web: law.monash.edu.au/staff/glansdel.html
Email: Gaye.lansdell@law.monash.edu.au

Mei Dong Zhu
Ophthalmology

1990-91

Dr Teresa Barnes
Senior Researcher, Center for the Study of Higher Education; and Senior Lecturer, History Department, University of the Western Cape.
Author ofWe Women Worked So Hard: Labour, Gender and Social Reproduction in colonial Harare, Zimbabwe, 1930-56 (Heinemann Social History of Africa series, 1999)
Web: cshe.uwc.ac.za/
Email: tbarnes@uwc.ac.za

Jane Booth
Microbiology

Professor Wendy Brady
Aboriginal Education

Dr Lisbeth Grondahl
MSc, PhD
Senior Lecturer, University of Queensland
Web: smms.uq.edu.au/
Email: l.grondahl@uq.edu.au

Dr Samantha Hollingworth
BSc(Hons) (Qld), PhD (Monash,) MPH (Qld)
Senior Research Fellow, School of Population Health, University of Queensland
Web: sph.uq.edu.au/staff-95
Email: s.hollingworth@uq.edu.au

Dr Deema Kaneff**
BA(Hons Adelaide), PhD (Anthropology, Adelaide)
Senior research fellow at Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology, Halle, Germany
Web: eth.mpg.de

Dr Sharon Korman
MPhil, DPhil (Oxon) (International Relations: winner of the 1992 British International Studies Association Prize for the best doctoral thesis on international relations in the United Kingdom); BA ((Hons) (Melb) in Philosophy
Author of The Right of Conquest: The Acquisition of Territory by Force in International Law and Practice (Oxford University Press, 1996).
Currently reading for the Master of Laws (Legal Practice) at Monash University (winner of Sir John Monash Award for Excellence in 2003).
Formerly Rhodes Scholar at Balliol College, Oxford; Senior Associate Member, St Antony’s College, Oxford; Stockbroker, Societe Generale Strauss Turnbull Securities, London.
Email: sharonkorman@hotmail.com

Jan McDonald
Environmental Law

Dr Sandra McDougall
PhD Entomology (Integrated Pest Management)
Technical Specialist (Vegetables), NSW Dept. Primary Industries: leader of a combined Entomological research and vegetable group research team at Yanco
Working part-time, while caring for a young family
Web: dpi.nsw.gov.au/
Email: sandra.mcdougall@dpi.nsw.gov.au

Myhuong Nguyen
Chemistry

1981 – 1990

1989-90

Dr Bronte Adams
BA Hons (UWA), PhD (English Language and Literature, Oxford)
Principal, DandoloPartners Pty Ltd, Melbourne
Web: dandolo.com.au
Email: bronteadams@dandolo.com.au

Karen Dawson
Geneticist (Also 1988-89)

Associate Professor Maryanne Dever
BA Hons (Qld), MA Hons (Syd), PhD (Syd)
Director, Centre for Women’s Studies & Gender Research, Monash University

Dr Jacqueline A Flint
BA (ANU), MBA (Macq), PhD (UQ)
Senior Lecturer in Marketing, Central Coast School of Business, The University of Newcastle

Penelope Gibson
Landscape Architecture

Dr Susan Jackson
PhD MSc BEd (Hons 1)
Senior Research Fellow in Sport and Exercise Psychology, School of Human Movement Studies, University of Queensland
Web: hms.uq.edu.au/susan-jackson
Email: sjackson@hms.uq.edu.au

Stephanie Legg England
Psychology

Xianlin Song
(See 1988-89)

Dr Jill StJohn
WA Marine Co-ordinator, The Wilderness Society
Web: wilderness.org.au
Email: jill.stjohn@wilderness.org.au

Dr Tracey Winning
BDSc(Hons) GradDipHEd PhD
Senior Lecturer, Dental School, The University of Adelaide
Email: tracey.winning@adelaide.edu.au

Joanne Wood
Economics

1988-89

Karen Dawson
Geneticist

Wendy Pentland
Occupational Therapy

Professor Parlo Singh
PhD, Bachelor of Educational Studies (First Class Honours) – University of Queensland
Dean, Griffith Graduate Research School, Griffith University, Qld, Australia
Web: griffith.edu.au/ggrs
Email: parlo.singh@griffith.edu.au

Dr Xianlin Song
Lecturer at Centre for Asian Studies, University of Adelaide
Web: arts.adelaide.edu.au/socialsciences/people/asian/xsong.html
Email: xianlin.song@adelaide.edu.au

Sabine Voss
Law

1987-88

Lauren Blumenfeld
Atomic Physics

Cathy Garrett
Master of Landscape Architecture (MLA, Cornell University, 1989), Bachelor of Landscape Architecture (BLAarch, UNSW, 1984), University Medal Landscape Architect
Principal of PGAdesign, landscape architects (a firm of 14 people with three principals), located in Oakland, California
Web: PGAdesign.com/

Dr Vineeta Hoon
PhD, Human Geography, University of Madras, India
Founder and Trustee, Centre for Action Research on Environment Science and Society.
Vineeta’s work focuses on Women’s empowerment through Micro-credit, Environment Education with a focus on Conservation of coral reefs and mountain ecosystems, and developing sustainable livelihood solutions for nomadic communities in the Himalayas.
Email: vineetahoon@gmail.com

Associate Professor Lin Schwarzkopf
School of Marine & Tropical Biology at James Cook University
Research into factors influencing and creating biodiversity of reptiles and amphibians in tropical North Queensland.
Web: jcu.edu.au/school/tropbiol/staff/schwarzkopf/
Email: Lin.Schwarzkopf@jcu.edu.au

1986-87

Professor Fiona Macmillan
BA LL B (UNSW), LL M (London), Solicitor of the Supreme Court of NSW
Professor of Law and Pro-Vice Master for Research, Birkbeck, University of London
Web: bbk.ac.uk/law/our-staff/ft-academic/macmillan
Email: f.macmillan@bbk.ac.uk

Dr Leslie J. Newman
BSc & MSc Marine Biology (Guelph, Canada); PhD Zoology (Qld)
Curator of Marine Biology, Auckland Museum, Auckland, NZ
See a report on Leslie’s work at National Geographic/Sea Studios TV
Email: lnewman@aucklandmuseum.com

1985-86

Myriam Baes
Pharmaceutical Sciences

Dr Roslyn Brandon
BVSc (Hons 1) PhD MBA FAIM MRCVS MAICD
Chief Executive Officer of Athlomics Pty Ltd
Business Development Director of Uptake Health Pty Ltd
Web: uptakehealth.com
Email: roz@uptakehealth.com

Judith McKenzie
Archeology

Joanna Slater
Antiquities

Associate Professor Samina Yasmeen
PhD (Political Science, University of Tasmania), M.A(International Relations, ANU), M.Sc (International Relations, Quaid-e-Azam University, Pakistan), BSc (University of Punjab, Pakistan)
Associate Professor, Political Science and International Relations, and Co-Chair, International Studies, University of Western Australia, Perth.
Director of the Centre for Muslim States and Societies at the University of Western Australia
Web: politicalscience.arts.uwa.edu.au/about/staff/samina_yasmeen
Email: syasmeen@cyllene.uwa.edu.au

1984-85

Dr Christina Thompson
BA, Dartmouth College, 1981; PhD, University of Melbourne, 1990
Editor,Harvard Review, Harvard University.
Christina is the author of Come on Shore and We Will Kill and Eat You All (Bloomsbury, 2008), and the recent recipient of fellowships from the National Endowment for the Arts and the Australia Council.
Web: harvardreview.org and comeonshore.com

Professor Sandra Wilson
BA (Hons) (UWA), Master of Japanese Studies (UWA), D.Phil. (Modern History) (Oxford)
Professor, School of Social Sciences and Humanities, Murdoch University
Email: S.Wilson@murdoch.edu.au

1983-84

Dr E.M. Date-Huxtable
B.Sc.(Hons) (Qld) 1982, Ph.D. (McGill) 1988
Research and Policy Officer at the Centre for Teaching and Learning, University of Newcastle, Australia.
Email: Elizabeth.Huxtable@newcastle.edu.au

Sukanya Hantrakul
Freelance writer on women’s issues and early childhood education since 1990; currently interested in early childhood education, bilingual education and homeschool with some gender perspective; Mother of one child
Previously Associate Editor of Satree sarn Women’s Weekly
Email: yakansu2003@yahoo.co.uk

Indira Narayamaswamy
Mathematics

Dr Nihal Ozdemir
Microbiology

1982-83

Margret J. Doring
FIEAust, CPEng, BE Civil (Melb.), A.R.M.I.T. (Build.), ICCROM (ARC83) (Rome)
Margret’s fellowship augmented a National Trust scholarship and helped to pay living expenses in Rome while attending a course in Architectural Conservation at ICCROM
Principal of a Heritage Conservation Consultancy: C & MJ Doring Pty Ltd, BELGRANO, Burder’s Lane, Whitlands, Victoria since 1990
Heritage and Conservation experience includes: rehabilitation and restoration of domestic buildings in Melbourne and Sydney; research and tutoring in architectural history at the University of New South Wales; engineer and architectural conservationist for Heritage Branch, NSW Department of Planning; Heritage Assessment; Conservation Policy Development; Environmental Impact Studies; Conservation, Restoration and structural intervention works; Local Government Heritage Studies. Margret and her partner, Carl, were awarded the Engineering Heritage Australia John Monash Medal for 2008. The medal was for “their outstanding contribution to engineering heritage and industrial archaeology in Australia, facilitating attitude changes and successful outcomes through their research, recording, management plans and conservation guidelines for many significant heritage sites”
Web: Belgrano’s company profile, Margret Doring’s CV and work summary (PDF format) and
A report on Margret’s course in Architectural Conservation and her experience studying in Italy (PDF format)
Email: doring.belgrano@bigpond.com or doringbelgrano@dragnet.com.au

Sirilaksana Kunjara
Biochemistry

Dr Gail Reekie
PhD (History), MA (History), BA 1st class Honours (History and Social & Political Theory)
Assistant Director, International Science Branch, Department of Education, Science and Training (Australian Government)

Penelope Smith
English

1981-82

Anne Caufriez