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Mark Selkrig

Mark Selkrig

Lead Researcher

Mark is an Associate Professor in Education at the Faculty of Education, The University of Melbourne. His research and scholarly works focus on the changing nature of educators’ work, their identities and lived experiences. He employs digital and arts-informed methods to consider factors that influence change, capacity building and agency of individuals and communities. He is always keen to work, talk and collaborate with others who have an interest in these areas.

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Ron 'Kim' Keamy

Ron 'Kim' Keamy

Associate Professor Ron "Kim" Keamy is a Teacher Education Researcher in the Assessment & Evaluation Research Centre, Faculty of Education at the University of Melbourne. Kim's research and scholarly work traverses educational and academic leadership, initial teacher education and teachers' professional learning.

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Nicky Dulfer

Nicky Dulfer

As a Senior Lecturer at the University of Melbourne, Nicky Dulfer’s research agenda is driven by a social justice imperative and seeks to make a significant change to the ways in which marginalised students experience education. Her research explores educational curriculums and institutions and the ways they both shape, and are shaped by, those who work and study in them.

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Troy Heffernan

Troy Heffernan

University of Manchester

Dr Troy Heffernan is a higher education sociologist at the University of Manchester's Institute of Education, a Fulbright Scholar, and a Visiting Fellow at All Souls College, University of Oxford. As a sociologist of higher education administration and equity, his work examines issues such as those related to precarious employment, the implication of academic networks, and the factors involved in hiring and promotional decisions. He also examines ways to enhance student equity and experience.

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Kristiina Brunila

Kristiina Brunila

University of Helsinki

Kristiina Brunila works as Professor in the University of Helsinki where she directs the research centre of AGORA for the study of social justice and equality in education. With her AGORA research community she has studied educational transformations in global and glocal contexts including reforms in universities as well as questions related to inequalities and education.

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