Russell Hall

Position: Scholarly Teaching Fellow
Study Area: Mathematics Education
Location: Gippsland Campus, Room 2S106
Phone: 03 512263603


Bachelor of Applied Science (Multidisciplinary) - Monash University 1995

Graduate Diploma in Education - University of Melbourne 1984

Bachelor of Science (Honours - Physiology) - University of Melbourne 1981



  • Foundation Access Studies Program (FAST)


  • Mathematics and Introductory Statistics (FASTP1013)
  • Introduction to Technical  Maths  (EDMTH1000)
  • Scientific  Practice (SCCOR1300)
  • Statistical Methods (STATS1000)


After growing up and completing school in Gippsland, Russell initially completed a B.Sc (Hons) in Physiology at the University of Melbourne, worked as a research assistant at Latrobe University, and then as a tutor in Physiology at Melbourne University. Finding that he enjoyed teaching more than research, Russell completed a DipEd and started teaching.  His first school was Epping HS where he found himself mainly teaching Maths. Russell then transferred back to Gippsland into a Maths teaching position.  In the early nineties he completed a B.App.Sci degree (Maths/IT) at GIAE/Monash by distance education.  Russell retired in 2016 after 32 years of teaching mainly Mathematics and Chemistry.  Russell then started working at Federation University as a sessional tutor/marker teaching Mathematics and Statistics in the School of Science, Psychology and Sport and in the School of Engineering, IT and Physical Science.  He took up his current position in 2022.


  • Mathematical Association of Victoria (MAV)
  • Victorian Institute of Teaching (VIT)