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Our Research Assistants & Interns

RESEARCH ASSISTANTS

Sue Atkinson

Projects: Safe Online Together: an integrated approach to navigating the risks and opportunities of digital media for families and young people (Catherine Page Jeffery) and Engaging Culturally Diverse Communities in Times of Crisis: Identifying best practice for the ACT (Kate Holland).

Xiaolan Cai

Projects: Health and Misinformation in Social Media (Mathieu O’Neil) and N&MRC Seed Funding Project (Mathieu O’Neil).

Sonia Curll

Sonia Curll is a PhD student at the University of Canberra. She completed her Bachelor of Science in Psychology (Hons) in 2019. Her research interests include nature connectedness, social identity, climate activism, and wellbeing.

Project: The Heartbeat of the Regions (Sora Park).

Emma John

Projects: Breaking silences: Media and the Child Abuse Royal Commission (Kerry McCallum), COVID-19: Australian News and Misinformation Longitudinal Study (Sora Park), Understanding Gambling Harms in the Digital Age (Kate Holland) and Measuring the impact of the eSmart Media Literacy Lab (Sora Park).

Moon Byeong Kim

Project: Digital News Report: Australia 2022 (Sora Park).

Nyingari Little

Project: Engaging Culturally Diverse Communities in Times of Crisis: Identifying best practice for the ACT (Kate Holland).

Hanif Rasyidi

Project: Framing and Sharing News (Sora Park).

Jing Su

Project: Adult Media Literacy in Australia: Attitudes, Experiences and Needs (Sora Park).

Shengnan Yao

Project: The rise of mistrust: Digital platforms and trust in news media (Sora Park).

STAFF

Elyas Khan

Project Software Engineer

Project: Amplifying Indigenous News: A digital intervention (David Nolan).

Zita Leung

Research Report Production Designer

Project: Digital News Report: Australia 2022 (Sora Park).

Ava Wang

Research Report Production Designer

Projects: N&MRC Annual Report 2021 (Kerry McCallum), Digital News Report: Australia 2022 (Sora Park) and COVID-19: Australian News and Misinformation Longitudinal Study (Sora Park).

INTERNS

Faculty of Arts and Design - HDR Training Program

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