The four of us: Kar-Hau Chong, Anthony Okely, Anne-Maree Parrish and Dylan Cliff
Kar-Hau Chong, a trained nutritionist, became interested in movement behaviours and their impact on children’s health and wellbeing because of his own experiences growing up.
Climate change, eucalypt bark and bushfires: Why do some trees die and others survive?
Harriet is a fire ecology researcher who is currently completing her PhD with the Centre for Environmental Risk Management of Bushfires.
The three of us: Fiona Sheppeard, Kathleen Clapham and Peter Kelly
Fiona Sheppeard, a proud Dunghutti woman and UOW psychology graduate, is examining the importance of place in Indigenous culture, and how it can be incorporated into mental health approaches for First Nations People in Australia.
The three of us: Jiahong Zhao, Christian Ritz and Jiangtao Xi
If you have an Amazon Echo or a Google Home, you will know that they are getting better and better at hearing us amongst the background noise of daily living.
A year in review
Welcome to a year in review: 2021
The two of us: Mario Fernando and Nelly Liyanagamage
PhD candidate Nelly Liyanagamage is investigating how Machiavellians think and act in leadership positions. Her supervisor is Professor Mario Fernando from the Faculty of Business and Law, and the Director of the Centre for Cross-Cultural Management at UOW.