Postgraduate research students in the School of Global, Urban and Social Studies undertake projects across diverse social science areas.
These projects respond to the needs of our time and engage with communities.
Bagas Dwipantara Putra
Community participation in shaping green environments in 'urban kampung'.More about Bagas's research Bagas Dwipantara Putra
The historical development of certainty in Melbourne metropolitan planning.More about Cael's research Cael Leskovec
Community as ‘learnt capacity’ amongst residents with a culturally diverse background in Masterplanned Estates.More on Christian's research Christian Roggenbuck
Sustainable diets and everyday food practices: interrogating emerging governance strategies for reducing meat consumption.More about Jane's research Jane Daly
Priorities for public transport planning.More about Kristen's research Kristen Bell
Lisa de Kleyn
Environmental justice in Australia and its application to native forest logging.More about Lisa's research Lisa de Kleyn
Mariana Dias Baptista
Rainfall interception by urban trees.More about Mariana's research Mariana Dias Baptista
Social constructions and practices of ‘ethical’ and ‘sustainable’ meat: implications for meat consumption and the use of animals as food.More about Paula's research Paula Arcari
Raven Marie Cretney
The post disaster city: urban democracy, participation and social change in community led earthquake recovery.More about Raven's research Raven Marie Cretney
Urban placemaking and ecological responsiveness: a study of ecologically motivated placemaking projects.More about Sarah's research Sarah Robertson