Dr Anna Szorenyi is a gender studies scholar whose work focuses on cultural representations of 'victimised migrants' - refugees, asylum seekers and trafficking, understood from a perspective based on feminist theorisations of vulnerability, precarity and responsibility.
She has a particular interest in the work of Judith Butler which she is also currently applying to a project on Gender Equity in Computer Science.
She has also written on trans-generational effects of historical atrocity - the Holocaust and colonialism in Australia.
Jasmin Sorrentino is currently completing her second year of the combined PhD/Master of Psychology (Organisational and Human Factors) program, under the supervision of Professor Martha Augoustinos and Associate Professor Amanda Lecouteur.
After several years as a clinical psychologist Chris moved into the business sector. Initially in a corporate HR role he subsequently fulfilled a number of GM/CEO roles across a variety of international industries finishing up in the UK as the CEO of a multinational division overseeing businesses throughout Australasia, UK, Europe and the USA. In the mid 90s he left the business world for Warwick Business School (The University of Warwick - UK) where he completed his doctorate in strategy before becoming full time member of the faculty.
Megan is an ARC DECRA Fellow. She gained her PhD in Plant Biology at The University of Adelaide. Megan’s research interest is in the area of abiotic stress (salinity, drought) tolerance in agricultural crops. Of particular interest to her is the ability of the root system to adapt to abiotic stress and maintain growth, increasing root soil exploration for nutrient and water uptake. Her expertise includes root biology, plant physiology, plant biochemistry, molecular biology and functional genomics.
My research applies psychological theories to the law. I am interested in understanding how memory reports become distorted by post-decision feedback, how confidence and accuracy are related in recognition memory and in unfamiliar face matching. I have also worked on methods to improve juror comprehension of legal concepts, how to limit the impact of misleading drug promotion marketing and how to improve the use of forensic science evidence in legal settings.
I lecture in Organisational Behaviour and Management and joined the Business School in July 2012. Before this I worked in a number of universities in the United Kingdom and Hong Kong. My previous career focused on Hospitality, working in hotels, restaurants and bars internationally, although I also have experience in accounts and sales.
My current teaching includes International Management, Organisational Behaviour and Research Methodology.
I am a PhD student in the in the Neurovascular Research Group with the supervision of Dr Quenten Schwarz and Hayley Ramshaw. My research interests include the understanding of signalling pathways controlling neural stem cell development with the aim of identifying molecular defects underlying neurodevelopmental and neuropsychiatric disorders, particularly schizophrenia.
Graeme is a research associate looking at disaster risk reduction policy across Australia. He is currently involved in developing software packages for various state governments to assist in long term policy development for disaster risk reduction. He is also a PhD Candidate at The University of Adelaide researching how to develop effective risk reduction policies under conditions of VUCA (volatility, uncertainty, complexity and ambiguity) considering both robust and adaptive approaches.
I am a vertebrate palaeontologist specialising in Quaternary aged cave deposits, notably in the south east region of South Australia. My particular interests are vertebrate taphonomy and site history, Quaternary palaeoclimate and biodiversity records from caves and refining megafauna extinction records.
I am a Research Fellow within the School of Physical Sciences and a member of the Environment Institute. I am also an Honorary Research Associate with the South Australian Museum.
Carmen (Joham) Reaiche’s main expertise is in Systems Thinking and Project Management.