Professor Barbara Pamphilon
Barbara is an expert leading qualitative researcher highly experienced in developing collaborative methods for stakeholder consultation and employing these methods with a wide range consumers, government and non-government organisations in both Australia and in developing countries.
Dr Jo Caffery
Associate Professor with over twenty years experience as a linguist and working with Indigenous adults on developing linguistic and cultural programmes across remote Australia.
Dr Sandra Heaney-Mustafa
Sandra Heaney-Mustafa has worked at the University of Canberra since 2002 in community education and community development. Her current teaching and research focus is community development in cross-cultural contexts.
Dr Ann Hill
Adjuncts and International Affiliates
Dr Misty Adoniou
Professor Mark Brennan
Professor Barbara Chambers
Adjunct Professor Chambers was the foundation director of the then Australian Institute for Sustainable Communities (now Centre for Sustainable Communities) at the University of Canberra. She has established an international reputation in the field of collaborative methodologies and gender, agriculture and food security.
Professor Caroline Lemerle
Dr Lemerle joined University of Canberra as Adjunct Professor in the then Faculty of Education, Science, Technology and Mathematics in 2015.
Associate Professor Katja Mikhailovich
Dr Mikhailovich is an Adjunct Associate Professor who has undertaken a broad range of cross-disciplinary research in the area of community health and education and has developed expertise in program evaluation.
Professor Shirley Randell AO
Adjunct Professor Shirley Randell has had an eminent career as an educator and expert in public sector and institutional reform in developing countries across the globe. Dr Randell was recognised in the 2012 Inaugural Australian 100 Women of Influence Awards. She is committed to universal education, continuing to mentor and empower women and has been active in Rotary International, Zonta International, Virginia Gildersleeve International Foundation, indigo foundation and Graduate Women International and their worldwide initiatives.
Professor John Spriggs
Professor Spriggs is an Adjunct Professor in agri-business, specialising in trans-disciplinary ways to engage stakeholders to maximise agricultural supply chains and agri-business.
Dr Karen Williams
Karen is currently leading the transitioning of a community-based conservation group from local to landscape-scale operations, adapting the group to the requirements of economic, social and environmental sustainability. Karen uses the interaction of environmental, cultural and social inclusiveness principles, to bridge between Western and Aboriginal knowledge. She takes an interdisciplinary approach to program design and management, in order to achieve environmental outcomes supported by long-term stewardship. Karen’s leadership, facilitation and program management roles have directed her research towards a practical integration of environment, natural resource management, cultural heritage, social inclusion and sustainability education. These are an on-ground application of the concept of spatial narrative.