Dr Jennifer (Jen) Beaudry is the Manager of Researcher Training, Development and Communication. Jen has extensive experience in research leadership, mentoring program development, and researcher training. Jen is passionate about supporting researchers, providing high-quality research training, and improving research practices.
Jen completed her undergraduate and postgraduate education in Canada before holding academic positions in the United States of America and Australia. Before joining Flinders in June 2021, Jen held several leadership positions at Swinburne University of Technology, including the Academic Director, Research Training in the School of Health Sciences; Academic Lead for the Swinburne Open Science Task Force; and Promotions Program Leader in the Swinburne Women’s Academic Network.
Jen’s research publication record extends beyond peer-reviewed articles in top, high-quality academic journals to book chapters translating her research to key end-users (i.e., police and lawyers). She has given international, national, and local presentations on her research into eyewitness and jury decision-making issues and, more recently, on developing, adopting, and evaluating open science research practices at a university-level. Jen has supervised several Honours and PhD students to completion and is continuing to co-supervise Masters and PhD students at Swinburne University of Technology. Outside of academia, Jen has consulted on legal cases, testified as an expert witness, and written detailed reports in child protection investigations during her time as an Emergency Services Child Protection Worker.
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