© 2018 by Emma A. Jane

 career highlights 

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  (since joining academia in 2011)

Research

 

•     4 peer-reviewed scholarly books (career total: 10)

•     13 peer-reviewed scholarly journal articles (all sole-authored)

•     13 chapters (10 sole-authored) in peer-refereed publications (career               total: 26)

•     $387,016 research income for sole projects (career total: $479,016), 

       including Category 1 funding (ARC DECRA)

       funding, all for sole projects

•     649 scholarly citations since 2013 (629 for sole-authored work)

•     41 national and international talks and presentations (23 invited, 5                 keynotes)

•     Winner of UNSW A&SS Dean’s Award for Achievements by an ECR               (2017) and Anne Dunn Scholar Award (2016)

 

Social engagement, global impact, leadership

 

•     Outstanding record of media engagement with 89 domestic and

       international media interviews given since 2014 alone

•     Regular provision of research-based essays for media outlets, with one

       2018 article on abc.net.au read 600,000 times

•     2 Sydney Opera House presentations - Festival of Dangerous Ideas

       (2015) and All About Women (2016)

•     Superb track record of leveraging industry and alumni contacts for

       capacity-building

•     Commended by NSW Parliament, including record in Hansard, for

       organising and chairing major cyberhate conference

•     Collaborations with Greens Senator Dr Mehreen Faruqi and Liberal

       member Nicole Lawder to generate cyberhate solutions

•     Multiple global and national collaborations

•     Profound and demonstrated commitment to social justice, equality of           opportunity, and inclusive cultures across research, social engagement,

       and education

 

Teaching

 

•     Established UNSW School of the Arts & Media internship program in

       2011 and personally placed 71 students on internships that year with 57

       hosts

•     Convene portfolio of 8 Work-Integrated Learning (WIL) courses with

       outstanding graduate employment results

•     Faculty-leading deployment of digital pedagogy for digital delivery

       with superb qualitative feedback

•     Innovative articulation of research program with teaching

•     Innovative application of design thinking and lean start-up approaches