Links to three papers
Lewis, M. & Quinnell, R. 2021. Marginalising imposterism: An Australian case study proposing a spectrum of tendencies that frame academic identities. In: Addison, M., Breeze, M. & Taylor, Y. (eds.). ‘Imposter Syndrome’ in Higher Education: Palgrave. In press. Imposterism_prePrint
Quinnell, R., Troy, J. & Poll, M. 2020. The Sydney Language on Our Campuses and in Our Curriculum. In: Frawley, J., Russell, G. & Sherwood, J. (eds.). Cultural Competence and the Higher Education Sector: Australian Perspectives, Policies and Practice. Singapore: Springer Singapore. https://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-981-15-5362-2_12 (4.6k downloads; 1 citation as of Feb 2022)
Quinnell, R. 2019. Shifting from STEM to STEAM – reflecting on academic identity and scholarship. International Journal of Innovation in Science and Mathematics Education Special Issue: When Science Meets the Arts: Bridging the Subjective – Objective Divide, 27(7), 1-9. https://openjournals.library.sydney.edu.au/index.php/CAL/article/download/13797/12440
|Researchers*||Affiliation (year appointed Prof)||h-index*|
|Professor Education (since 2014)||Macquarie University (Medical education)||10|
|Quinnell, Rosanne||The University of Sydney (Biology Ed)||9|
|Professor Education (since 2014)||Queensland University of Technology (Maths education||9|
|Professor Education (since 2014)||Deakin University (Early education)||7|
|Professor Education (since 2014)||University of Southern Queensland (Art education)||7|
|Professor Education (since 2018)||Queensland University of Technology (Digital learning)||4|
|Professor Education (since 2018)||Aarhus University (Denmark**) (Workplace learning/counselling)||4|
|Professor Education (since 2015)||Aarhus University (Denmark**) (Education theory)||3|
*Scopus data; research field ‘education’.
**Education scholars in Denmark, like education scholars in Australia, position their research across two dominant research frames: the UK education literature (focused on evidence-based practices) and North American education literature (founded in education psychology).
Comparison Research outputs:
- Since my last promotion (2017 – now; 5 years) and the previous promotion period (2010 – 2016; seven years).
- Records of invention, book chapters, journal articles, conference proceedings have all increased despite the disruptions due to Covid.
Leadership in mApp research and development:
2017. CampusFlora. Shortlisted International ReImagine Higher Education award for Sustainability App
2017. Quinnell R., Pye M, Cheung C, Pettit L, Briscoe L. OurFlora: ONPRIME “On Innovation”: CSIRO.
2016. CampusFlora. Shortlisted International ReImagine Higher Education award for Education App
In the news:
- 2021: Innovation to intensify, diversify Cambodian rice farms. Australian Centre for International Agriculture Research. NEWS. 31 March, 2021. https://www.aciar.gov.au/media-search/news/innovation-intensify-diversify-cambodian-rice-farms [Link to Podcasts] https://transdisciplinary-research-science.sydney.edu.au/camsid-radio-podcast/
- 2017. What’s that weed in my rice field? The University of Sydney. News article about the WeedID app for Cambodian farmers. https://www.sydney.edu.au/news-opinion/news/2017/07/18/what_s-that-weed-in-my-rice-field-.html