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Women in HDR in the arts

Some of our women HDR students in the Faculty of Education and Arts are making a splash. See their stories below:

The making and placing of a personal view - Anna Farago

Creative activation of the past - Amy Tsilemanis

Movement practice and symbolic narrative to explore environmental changes - Georgia Snowball

Collaborative female relationships in modern day fairy tales - Kirstyn McDermott

Non-Indigenous understandings of Aboriginal fire practices in 19th century Victoria - Sarah McMaster

Women in HDR in health

Some of our HDR students are combining health and sport:

Physical activity promotion by physiotherapists - Breanne Kunstler

Improving the retention of women and girls in tennis - Jenna Fowlie

Safety in combat sports — Sally Bromley

Women in HDR in business

Some of our women HDR students in business are making an impact. See their stories below:

Managing risks in the mining sector - Lynda Andeobu

Telling a story of corporate social responsibility - Merryn Paynter

Green bonds for green projects — Madurika Nanayakkara

Women in HDR in STEM

Cyber security — Ansam Maan

Wild birds and antimicrobial resistance — Hannah Smith

Supported decision-making for multi-disciplinary meeting - Vishakha Sharma

Making carbon capture and storage cheaper — Bharti Garg

Pests and diseases in wild deer and domestic livestock — Jacqui Panozzo

Making mammograms more accurate — Pradnya Kulkarni

“Studying at FedUni provides me with a unique experience working on real world challenges in industry and equips me with a unique blend of skills that are needed in leading organisations.”