Claire Whitley is a teaching specialist in the Student Learning Support Service. She is primarily responsible for coordinating and facilitating English for Academic Purposes and is the SLSS's primary contact in the College of Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences. Her research interests include assessment practices, enabling pedagogy, and feedback literacy. She holds a PhD in Screen and Media, where her interests include Hollywood film comedy, media aligned with popular feminism, "unruly" femininity, and industrial responses to socio-cultural trends.
Doctor of Philosophy (Screen & Media), Flinders University
Bachelor of Arts (Hons, First Class), Flinders University
Bachelor of Arts Enhanced Program for High Achievers, Flinders University
Australian Government Research Training Program Scholarship, 2018
Flinders University Medal, 2017
Flinders Foundation Studies
English for Academic Purposes
Introductory Academic Program
Military Academic Pathway Program
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