Pathways and Academic Learning Support Centre
Conjoint Associate Professor Josephine May is an historian of education specialising in the history of Australian education and enabling education.
Research Engagement and Development
Dr. Anna Bennett has a PhD in Sociology and applies sociological theory and concepts to better understand social phenomena. Current research areas include: discourses of equity and participation in higher education, identities and subject positions in higher education, and notions and implications of neoliberalism.
T: (02) 4921 5378
Dr Barry Hodges is seeking to define and defeat the challenges associated with sustained participation in enabling education programs.
T: (02) 4921 7138
A big believer in the benefits of tertiary study, Dr Bronwyn Relf is looking to see what works – and what doesn’t work – within enabling education spaces in Australia.
T: (02) 4921 6131
Controversially putting Corporate Australia under a microscope, Sharlene Leroy-Dyer is looking to magnify racial discrimination and other incidents of employer misconduct in the workplace.
T: (02) 49217935
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