CV

Current Employment:

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

Key Skills:

  • 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.
  • Award-winning educator, with reputation for innovation and high standards.

Previous Employment:

201417       Head of Acaemic 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