Working in the ‘spaces in between’
Research projects include those where there is cooperation between species, collaborations across international borders, and disciplinary boundaries with the objective of establishing effective partnerships.
- endosymbiotic systems – marine and terrestrial. Collaborators: Simon Davy, Anthony Larkum et al.
- biomaths – transference of maths anxiety into biology and apparent low numeric confidence of biology students. Collaborators: Rebecca LeBard, Rachel Thompson et al.
- scholarship of teaching and learning (SoTL) and what this looks like in disciplinary contexts. Collaborators: Melinda Lewis, Rebecca LeBard, Rachel Thompson, Jason Lodge et al.
- from STEM to STEAM
- students as partner researchers, and by extension ‘citizens as scientists’. Collaborators: Lindsey Gray, Richard Dimon, Lachlan Pettit, Caroline Cheung, Glenda Wardle et al.
- botanical literacy and app development.
- Haswell museum digitisation
- Questagame Citizen Science HE Challenge
- international development, partnership between Cambodia and Australia. Collaborators: Daniel Tan, Daniel Howell, Rebecca Cross et al.
- Using mApps to engage and educate
- botanical literacy and CampusFlora
- apps for Cambodian farmers