Cathryn Kriewaldt is one of the School’s Senior Tutors, helping to manage student transitions in first year. She has been teaching at RMIT since 2002, and has been a Senior Tutor since 2004.
Cathryn is currently finishing her Masters in Social Science (International Development). She is passionate about social justice and sustainability, and has researched the gendered impacts of tourism in a community in Mozambique
Cathryn is one of the School's Senior Tutors, which means that she is responsible for teaching into first year common courses like Sustainability and Economics for the Social Sciences. She currently coordinates an elective, Gender, Development and Globalisation. She coordinates the first year common course timetabling and staffing.
B Sc (Math) ANU
Cathryn has worked for NGOs like Friends of the Earth and the International Women’s Development Agency.
- Hegarty, K.,Thomas, I.,Kriewaldt, C.,Holdsworth, S.,Bekessy, S. (2011). Insights into the value of a 'stand-alone' course for sustainability education In: Environmental Education Research, 17, 451 - 469