CV

Current Employment:

2018  –     Lecturer, Academic Coordinator, The Learning Hub,
La Trobe University

Key Skills:

  • Award-winning educator, with reputation for innovation and high standards.
  • Experienced manager of large and small teams, with budget and line management responsibilities.
  • Highly developed personal and networking skills with all levels, including in performance management, and working with senior managers.
  •  Effective in team leadership, project management, negotiation, initiative, and collaborating across departments.
  • Excellent IT skills, including eLearning and Enterprise system project management.

Previous Employment:

2017 -18     Lecturer, Research Education and Development,
Graduate Research School, La Trobe University

2017       Director of Studies, Janet Clarke Hall
The University of Melbourne

201417       Head of Academic Programs, Trinity College
The University of Melbourne

2013-15      Adjunct Faculty member
Trinity College Theological School

2011-14       Academic Skills Adviser (eLearning), Academic Skills.
The University of Melbourne

2013-14        (Secondment) Web Lead, Student Services Strategic Communications Project.
The University of Melbourne

2009-14       Subject Co-ordinator, Lecturer, and Tutor,
Faculty of Arts, Faculty of Science, Melbourne Business School,
The University of Melbourne

2010           International Visiting Scholar, School of Culture and Communication,
The University of Melbourne

2009-11      Director of Studies (Arts) and Tutor, Trinity College,
The University of Melbourne

2009-14     Visiting Research Fellow, Trinity College,
The University of Melbourne

2006-08     Associate Lecturer, English Studies Department
Oxford Brookes University, UK

Education and Training

2014-15  Postgraduate Certificate in Digital Education
The University of Edinburgh, UK.

2005-09  PhD
Oxford Brookes University,
supervised by Professor Steven Matthews and Dr Dai Griffith
Thesis: The MacNeices and their Circles: Poets & Composers in Collaboration 1939-54.
Fully funded by the AHRC

2004-5     MA in Music, History and Culture,
Oxford Brookes University
Thesis:  ‘Ezra Pound and the Sound of Words: Towards a Theory of Practice of Music in the Pisan Cantos’

1997-2000  BA (Hons) in English
Newnham College, Cambridge University