Prior to joining the teaching profession, Paul held management and marketing positions in the banking, telecommunications, marketing research and public sectors, and later with an international management consultancy firm.
Dr Sarah Larney is an NHMRC Early Career Research Fellow, currently based at Brown University. Her research interests include opioid dependence and its treatment, and the health effects of incarceration.
AM Burke received his PhD in Electrical Engineering in 2009 from Arizona State University for his studies using Scanning Gate Microscopy (SGM) to probe robust quantum states within Indium Arsenide (InAs) open quantum dots.
Jane is a social scientist trained in the disciplines of psychology and sociology. Her work in the field of criminology is empirically based with direct implication for current criminal justice policy.
Scientia Professor Deo Prasad is an international authority on sustainable buildings and cities and among the leading advocates for sustainability in Australia. Deo, a BE alumnus, is the first Scientia Professor in the Built Environment area.