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School of Humanities and Creative Arts
Research & Innovation
+64 3 3694310
Geography-Psychology Lab Block 246
Joanna engages in two research areas. The first relates to researcher development, the second involves museum & heritages studies, history & folklore.
I engage in two rich research areas. The first strand relates to academic development, which is related to academic development. A current project involves co-creating a mid-career academic training programme at UC. I also facilitate researcher development workshops on research planning, impact and engagement, and the NZ national research and innovation system (eg PBRF).I am keen to connect with other researcher developers and engage in research in the areas of academic identity and academic resilience.I am Australasian Research Management Society (ARMS) Training Fellow for modules: o 1.1 The National Research & Innovation System in New Zealand,o 1.3 Understanding Research & Researchers, ando 4.2 Research Integrity.Feb 2020 appointed to the Australasian Research Management Society (ARMS) Research Impact Case Study Working Group (RICSWG). The remit of the RICSWG is to:• Develop a template for the research impact case studies for research management professionals; and• Assist with the review and editing of case studies as they are submitted.I also hold roles as Senior Adjunct Fellow, History, UC, reviews editor for Museum Worlds: Advances in Research, and am Visiting Researcher at Canterbury Museum for 2020 undertaking a project where history and folklore combines with food. Asides from supervising and reviewing activities, I have just completed an article about object-based learning (OBL) in higher education and am now writing some food-related blog posts.