Una Stone has been teaching in the Justice and Legal program since 2006. Her research interests include female offenders, indigenous issues and violence against women.
Una is currently teaching the Women and International Justice course. She has previously taught Research Studies, Public Policy, and Customs and Border Security.
She has also been the Work Integrated Learning (WIL) coordinator for the Justice and Legal program since 2010. This involves liaising with key industry professionals to secure placements for both undergraduate and postgraduate students.
Una continues to coordinate WIL and is currently redeveloping the Customs and Border Security course following the merger between Customs and the Department of Immigration.
In addition, Una is currently completing her PhD on Indigenous and Vietnamese female offenders.
- Nominated RMIT Teaching Award 2009
- Nominated RMIT Teaching Award 2006
- Sir John Minogue Medal (RMIT) for Academic Excellence 2004
- Justice Award 2004
- MA (Criminal Justice Administration) RMIT
- BA (Criminal Justice Administration) RMIT
- Member ANZSOC
- Member Golden Key International Honour Society
- Franich, G.,Sandy, L.,Stone, U. (2020). ‘It’s not designed for women at all’: exploring service providers’ perspectives of working in the Victorian criminal justice system In: Current Issues in Criminal Justice, , 1 - 17
- Stone, U.,Liddell, M.,Martinovic, M. (2017). Incarcerated mothers: issues and barriers for regaining custody of children In: The Prison Journal, 97, 296 - 317
- Stone, U.,Liddell, M.,Martinovic, M. (2015). Jumping hurdles: the myriad of issues and barriers for incarcerated mothers to regain custody of children In: Justice Policy Journal, 12, 1 - 23