Dr. Jamie Ianunzio is a current Orthopaedic surgical registrar based within The Southern Adelaide Local Health Network and Master of Clinical Science Candidate at The Joanna Briggs Institute, The University of Adelaide.
Alison Dundon is an anthropologist with extensive and long term field research in rural Papua New Guinea and recent research online. She holds an undergraduate degree from the University of New South Wales and a PhD in Anthropology from the Australian National University. She is currently Coordinator of the Honours program and the Bachelors Degree in International Development.
BAppSc, PGradDip (NRM), BEd, GradDip (Viticulture), PCert (Arb), CPAg, GAICD, ARLF
Viticulturist and Managing Director of Retallack Viticulture Pty Ltd. Director of the Australian Grape and Wine Authority, member of University of Adelaide Wine Alumni Steering Group, member of the editorial panel of The Australian and New Zealand Grapegrower and Winemaker Journal, and advisory board member of ‘Women of the Vine’ Global Symposium. Fellow of the Australian Rural Leadership Foundation, past participant of the Wine Industry’s Future Leaders Program, Len Evans Tutorial Scholar.
Anthony came to the School of Education from Wolfson College, Cambridge University, UK and Newman University College Birmingham, UK. During his time at Wolfson College he worked on a number of projects including a long standing one on British politicians and their perspectives on universities.He has been Foundation Professor of Policy Studies in Education and Head of the Department of International Educational Studies at Liverpool Hope University, Liverpool, UK and remains a consultant to staff there. He is also Adjunct Professor in Education at La Trobe University in Bendigo.
After practising at Piper Alderman, Dr Suzanne Le Mire moved to academia, where she is Associate Professor of Law and the Deputy Executive Dean of the Faculty of the Professions.
Professor Timothy Doyle, B.A. Hons. (Melb), M.A. High Distinction (Adel), Ph.D. (Griffith), is Professor of Politics and International Studies at the University of Adelaide in Australia, where he teaches Global Environmental Politics, International Political Economy and Political Fiction. He is Founding Chair of The Indo-Pacific Governance Research Centre (IPGRC) in the School of Social Sciences in the Faculty of Arts.
Kathryn Bowd is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Media, with a research and teaching focus on Journalism.