Assoc. Prof. Enda Crossin

Enda Crossin is an Associate Professor and Director of the Master of Engineering in Management programme at the University of Canterbury. He is a Chartered Professional Engineer (Australia) in areas of Mechanical Engineering, Leadership and Management, and Project Management. His research interests are in engineering practice and environmental life cycle assessment. He is passionate about developing engineers who are prepared for work in the 21st century, and is the lead investigator for the BeLongEng project.


Dr. Sarah Dart

Dr. Sarah Dart is a Lecturer in the Learning and Teaching Unit at the Queensland University of Technology, with a background in mechanical engineering and numerical modelling. Her impact on student learning has been recognised with citations from both the Australian Awards for University Teaching and Australasian Association for Engineering Education. Her current research focuses on the intersections between engineering education, educational technology, and academic development.


Prof. Les Dawes

Les Dawes is a Professor in the Science and Engineering Faculty at Queensland University of Technology. Les has served as President of the Australasian Association for Engineering Education in 2012 and as Chief Editor of the Australasian Journal of Engineering Education until 2018. He has been principal investigator on 2 ARC Linkage grants in STEM education and led National Dept of Education grants around STEM teacher training.  Les demonstrates leadership and expertise in building collaborative and productive partnerships with national, international universities, secondary schools and the Australian STEM education community.


Assoc. Prof. Anne Gardner

Anne Gardner is an Associate Professor and Head of School, Engineering and IT Professional Practice, in the Faculty of Engineering & Information Technology at. Anne is a Chartered Professional Engineer (Australia) and Engineering Executive (Australia). Her research areas include engineering education, engineering practice, engineering leadership and work integrated learning.


Prof. Sally Male

Professor Sally Male BE PhD (W.Aust) FIEAust is the Director of the Teaching and Learning Laboratory in the Faculty of Engineering and Information Technology at The University of Melbourne. She leads a program of research in engineering and computing education, and supports high quality, innovative education in the Faculty. Before joining The University of Melbourne, Sally held the Chair in Engineering Education at The University of Western Australia, which she is now an Adjunct Professor. Sally is on the Governance Board of Engineering Institute of Technology and is Editor-in-Chief of the Australasian Journal of Engineering Education.


Prof. Katharina Naswall

Katharina Naswall is Professor of Organisational Psychology at the University of Canterbury. Her research focuses on employee well-being and factors which lead to psychologically healthy workplaces, and on how organisations and leaders can contribute to creating a sustainable working life, where employees are able to perform and thrive despite uncertainty and high demands. She has worked on several projects on psychosocial recovery after disasters focusing on how businesses can play an important role in individual and community recovery. Katharina strives to work with end-users to disseminate findings from her own and others’ research to support organisational development, and has built several ongoing collaborations with organisations outside the University, providing advice and evaluations of staff engagement and wellbeing. She currently conducts research across several projects on how organisations and managers can make a positive difference and contribute to employee wellbeing. Katharina’s vision is to improve mental health and well-being for all individuals, by making workplaces a positive part of people’s lives.


Dr. Fleur Pawsey

Fleur Pawsey is a Research Fellow in the School of Psychology, Speech and Hearing and the University of Canterbury, and has also spent several years working as a Teaching Fellow in University of Canterbury Business School. Fleur's PhD in Organisational Psychology, awarded in 2020, focused on relationships between mindfulness, stress, and wellbeing. With a background in high-performance endurance and adventure sport, Fleur is especially interested in how employers can support the physical health and wellbeing of employees, and how organisations can weave aspects of nature into their working environments.

Prof. Gerard Rowe

Gerard Rowe joined the University of Auckland in 1984 where he is the Acting Dean of Engineering. He has taught at all levels (Year 1 to postgraduate) and has developed a particular interest in identifying and correcting student conceptual misunderstandings and in curriculum and course design. He has received numerous teaching awards including a National Tertiary Teaching Excellence Award (for Sustained Excellence in Teaching). Professor Rowe is a Fellow of Engineering New Zealand (FEngNZ), and is a member of Engineering New Zealand’s Standards and Accreditation Board.

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