Assoc. Prof. Bruce Northcote is Director of the Teletraffic Research Centre and the Centre for Defence Communications Information Networking at the University of Adelaide, and CEO of TelAri Analytics - a commercial spin out. In those roles he brings his considerable private industry communications engineering consulting experience in to the Defence sector. For 2 terms he was an Associate Member representative on the RPDE Board, primarily focussed on improving the engagement between RPDE and the academic community.
Olga Muzychenko is a lecturer at the University of Adelaide Business School where she teaches MBA and MIB courses. Her areas of expertise and research interests span across Cross-Cultural Management, Entrepreneurship and International Business. Olga's past research looked at various aspects of internationalisation of small and medium-sized enterprises, entrepreneurship education and training, management of cultural diversity, and psychological dimensions of international entrepreneurship. Her current research interest is application of mindfulness in the workplace.
Chris researches in the field of business-to-business marketing and manament. He applies interorganisational theory based on business relationships and networks to understand industrial transitions. His main research focus is on business relationships and network dynamics. Links to papers are included below.
Paul currently works as a lecturer at the University of Adelaide.
The University of Adelaide has a unique Orthopaedic program that has students enrolled from all over Australia.
Paul initially trained as a registered nurse at the RAH in 1989. He has since then completed a Bachelor of Nursing at the University of South Australia, a Graduate Diploma in Orthopaedic Nursing and a Master of Nursing Science at the University of Adelaide.
Specializing in American film and American literature, with a particular interest in literature-to-film adaptation, Joy McEntee is best known for her excellent teaching.
Quentin Maire is an Assistant Lecturer in the School of Social Sciences and School of Education at the University of Adelaide.
He joined the University of Adelaide in 2013 as a PhD candidate, after earning a Bachelor of Education and a Master of Humanities and Social Sciences, both from the University of Strasbourg (France). He completed his PhD in 2016.
Jessica Loyer holds a PhD in Humanities (History/Food Studies) from the University of Adelaide, an MA in Gastronomy from the University of Adelaide and Le Cordon Bleu, and a BA in History from Barnard College, New York. Her research investigates historical and contemporary food and nutrition culture, as well as seeks to conceptually connect food production and consumption through interdisciplinary social research methods.
Dr Adam Loch is a Senior Lecturer and ARC DECRA Fellow at the University of Adelaide. Prior to moving to South Australia Adam spent 10 years on his family's farm in Queensland and currently researches topics such as irrigator decision-making, water markets and institutional reform, transaction costs, and reallocation policy/program effectiveness.
Dr. Chris Letheby is a philosopher working on issues related to the therapeutic and transformative potential of classic psychedelic drugs. His doctoral research, conducted at the University of Adelaide, presented the first systematic analysis of psychedelic experience within the framework of 21st century philosophy of cognitive science. In his thesis Letheby argues that an ‘entheogenic conception’ of psychedelics as agents of epistemic and spiritual benefit is both consistent with philosophical naturalism and plausible in light of current scientific knowledge.
Cate is chief investigator on the Information Systems Research team (ISR), and the research partnership Human Aspects of Cyber Security (HACS) with co-researchers in the Defence Science and Technology Group (formerly DSTO).
As the Stephen Cole the Elder Fellow for the Faculty of the Professions, Cate is responsible for a portfolio supporting the learning and teaching in the faculty, with a focus on blended and online learning.