I worked in education-related fields for almost 25 years, including nine years as an educational corps officer in the Australian Army. As an ‘Edo’, my core duties were instructional design, teaching literacy, numeracy, English courses, and tutoring Army-sponsored university students. While in the Army I was posted across four states, a south east Asia posting, and a brief deployment in Iraq.
I’m now a doctoral candidate with the College of Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences. My thesis project presents an approach to Genesis 4 (the Cain and Abel narrative) that draws on concepts and approaches from biblical exegesis, social sciences, systematic theology, and depth psychology.
I also have degrees in modern history and theology, a master’s degree in ancient history, and several postgraduate qualifications in education.
I am happy to help out any beginning veteran student at Flinders with academic support, particularly those from the humanities and social sciences disciplines.