has been responsible for a number of operational and strategic projects for quality assurance of curriculum and enhancing student experience, as well as research to develop staff capability and practice in curriculum evaluation and scholarship. She has been recognised for contributions to teaching and learning with four University of Tasmania teaching awards, including a Vice Chancellor’s citation in 2017.
is the Associate Dean Learning and Teaching for the College of Sciences and Engineering at the University of Tasmania. She teaches and undertakes research in high rainfall cropping systems in the Agriculture and Food Systems discipline. Tina led the development of national Learning and Teaching Academic Standards for Agriculture in higher education. She was the recipient of an Australian Award: Citation for Outstanding Contributions to Student Learning in 2016.