Lisa has a PhD in Technology and Innovation Management (UQ) and a Bachelor of Science (Botany) with a first class Honours in the field of Molecular Plant Pathology (UQ). With more than a decade of lab experience in biotech' as a research scientist she brings a rich understanding of knowledge sharing and managing new ideas to her research.
PhD Candidate at the University of Adelaide.
Thesis topic (September 2014 - Present):
Understanding the Provenance of South Australian Asphaltites and Tar Balls and their Potential Implications for the Petroleum Systems of the Great Australian Bight - Mapping the Spatial and Geochemical Relationships.
Dr. David McKirdy (UofA)
Dr. Tony Hall (UofA)
Dr. Andrew Ross (CSIRO)
I am a pharmacist and have had over 25 years of experience in hospital practice at the Women’s in Children’s Hospital (WCH) in Adelaide, South Australia, 20 of those years as Associate Director of Pharmacy.
My experience spans management and clinical practice with a focus on information systems and management, including external committees on Health-related Information Technology. In that time, I held a dual WCH-University of South Australia (UniSA) position as Senior Lecturer in Pharmacy Informatics (2002-2003).
Dirk Boehe's research interests focus on export and internationalization strategies as well as CSR and Corporate Governance in international business.
Urs Bette is a Senior Lecturer of Architecture at the University of Adelaide and Director of the international practice Urs Bette : Design. Bette undertook his Masters degree in architecture at the University of Applied Arts, Vienna, and recently completed his practice based PhD at RMIT University, Melbourne. His work has been shown at the Museum of Modern Art Vienna; the Architectural Biennale Venice; AEDES Architecture Gallery Berlin and the FRAC Centre Orléans. His design research investigates the dialogue between architecture, landscape and site.
Georges has extensive experience in graduate management education in Australia, Europe, and Southeast Asia.
Prof. Han Baltussen has been fascinated by the ancient world and its influence on later ages ever since he started his classical education at the Henric van Veldeke College (ancient Greek and Latin). He is a Fellow of the Australian Academy of the Humanities, Editor of Antichthon, and was until recently Coordinator of the BA(Advanced) program at the Faculty of Arts (2013-2016). Born in Maastricht, a Dutch city founded by the Romans, he was awarded his PhD at Utrecht University (1993), and held prestigious postdoctoral positions in Utrecht, Washington D.C.
I am currently Learning and Teaching Project Manager for the University Library. I am working on developing a Digital Capabilities Framework for the University. This project is a joint initiative with the DVC (Student Learning) and University Libraries to embed digital capabilities in the curriculum.
I have had various positions in supporting student learning in academic libraries in Australia and the UK, where I lived from 1997 to 2012. I was the subject librarian for Education, History and Religious Studies at the University of Gloucestershire from 2000-2009.
I joined the permanent staff of the Adelaide Law School as a full-time academic in 2012 after having practiced as a criminal defence lawyer. I teach in:
Criminal Law and Procedure
Military Disciplinary Law
My interest in both legal practice, teaching and research is at the intersection of criminal law and human rights law. I am undertaking a PhD on how prosecutors decide whether to prosecute particular cases.