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Ms Philippa Lucy Ewer

Ms Philippa Lucy Ewer

Philippa Ewer is currently employed as a Research Psychologist on an NHMRC funded randomised controlled trial of Behavioural Activation Therapy amongst individuals with co-morbid depression and substance use disorder.

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Ms Elena Cama

Ms Elena Cama

Elena graduated from the University of New South Wales in 2012 with a Bachelor of Criminology and Criminal Justice, Honours Class 1. Her Honours thesis examined university students’ judgements of male and transgender victim blame.

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Mr James Thomas Carley

Mr James Thomas Carley

James Carley is a Senior Project Engineer at the Water Research Laboratory in the School of Civil and Environmental Engineering.

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Professor Elanor Harriet Huntington

Professor Elanor Harriet Huntington

Professor Elanor Huntington is the Head of the ADFA School of Engineering and Information Technology.

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Ms Karen Elizabeth McMillan

Ms Karen Elizabeth McMillan

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A sociologist specialising in qualitative research methods. Currently working in the Pacific region on HIV prevention research.

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Dr Alec Thornton

Dr Alec Thornton

Alec is a Senior Lecturer in Geography (Development Studies) at The University of New South Wales, Canberra. He has a PhD in Development Studies (Sussex 2006).

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Professor Bill Ballard

Professor Bill Ballard

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Ballard's research is focused but has broad application in the fields of population genetics and ageing. He has published significant invited reviews e.g. Ballard and Rand (2005), Ballard and Whitlock (2004).

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Dr Sue Williamson

Dr Sue Williamson

Dr Sue Williamson is an academic with the School of Business, UNSW Canberra.

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Dr Steven Thomas Leach

Dr Steven Thomas Leach

Qualifications: BSc (Hons); PhD

Dr Steven Leach is a Research Fellow in the School of Women’s & Children’s Health in the Faculty of Medicine, UNSW.

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Dr Wendy Timms

Dr Wendy Timms

Dr Wendy Timms has over 17 years of professional experience in consulting, government and research and has worked in Canada and Australia on water and waste issues in both mining and agriculture.

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The return of the omniscient narrator in contemporary fiction: authorship and narrative authority in the new millennium

The return of the omniscient narrator in contemporary fiction: authorship and narrative authority in the new millennium

In an age of relativism, some of the most important novelists today are reviving a narrative voice long considered an outmoded relic of 19th century fiction: the authoritative all-knowing omniscient narrator. This project delivers the first study of th...
Mr William Clapton

Mr William Clapton

William Clapton is a Lecturer of International Relations at the School of Social Sciences and International Studies, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, UNSW.

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Dr Tommy Wiedmann

Dr Tommy Wiedmann

Associate Professor in the School of Civil and Environmental Engineering

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My main research question is how to achieve human wellbeing without increasing environmental impacts.

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Associate Professor Roy Moreby

Associate Professor Roy Moreby

Dr Roy Moreby is an Associate Professor in the School of Mining Engineering.

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Professor Mark Duncan Perry Willcox

Professor Mark Duncan Perry Willcox

Professor Mark Willcox is a specialist in the field of eye health, particularly the areas of ocular inflammation and microbiology.

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Can technology make communication in complex systems safer and more efficient?  Evaluation of an electronic test management system in health care.

Can technology make communication in complex systems safer and more efficient? Evaluation of an electronic test management system in health care.

Information technology has the potential to make complex systems in industries such as banking and aviation safer, and more reliable and efficient by improving communication between multiple players across different settings. Health care provides an ex...
Accelerating clean automotive innovation: Fundamental insights into alternative fuel combustion

Accelerating clean automotive innovation: Fundamental insights into alternative fuel combustion

Alternative fuels such as renewable ethanol have much potential for a sustainable transportation future, yet engines are not optimised for these fuels, and engine design is hindered by the lack of understanding of key governing phenomena. The phenomeno...
Dr Wenjie Zhang

Dr Wenjie Zhang

Dr Wenjie Zhang is a Post-Doc Fellow with the School of Computer Science and Engineering.

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Dr Kejun Dong

Dr Kejun Dong

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