Dr Alice Gorman is an internationally recognised leader in the emerging field of space archaeology. Her research on space exploration has been featured in National Geographic, the Monocle, and Archaeology magazine. She is a faculty member of the International Space University's Southern Hemisphere Space Program in Adelaide.
She has worked extensively in Indigenous heritage management, providing advice for mining industry, urban development, government departments, local councils and Native Title groups in NSW, WA, SA and Queensland. She is also a specialist in stone tool analysis, and the Aboriginal use of bottle glass after European settlement.
Alice is a Director on the Board of the Space Industry Association of Australia, a member of the Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies, and a Councillor of the Anthropological Society of South Australia. She tweets as @drspacejunk.
2017: Bragg NSW Press Prize for Science Writing
2010: Voted 1st at Flinders University in the UniJobs Lecturer of the Year poll.
2007: Voted 29th in the annual Australia-wide Lecturer of the Year poll.
2001: Finalist, Queensland Premier's Awards, Bridges to Reconciliation category.
Alice teaches undergraduate archaeology and graduate cultural heritage management.
Australian Archaeological Association
World Archaeological Congress
Space Industry Association of Australia (Advisory Council Member)
American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (Adelaide Chapter)
Anthropological Society of South Australia (Councillor)
International Flann O'Brien Society
International Association of Critical Heritage Studies