We warmly welcome Dr Nicola Cheyne to the new role of Lecturer – Domestic and Family Violence Practice. Having joined the Centre in 2016, Nicola moves across from our research team bringing a wealth of experience in both research and lecturing.
Nicola has worked extensively on projects in the gendered and sexual violence fields and completed her PhD on stalking victimisation. Since joining the Centre, Nicola has worked on a number of research projects including an evaluation of police training on domestic violence and integrated responses to sexual violence.
We are also thrilled that for the first time, domestic and family violence units will be available for term 3 study. These postgraduate units will be taught by Nicola and are available for study by distance, for students living right across Australia. They include:
- DFVP20001 – Domestic and Family Violence Theories and Perspectives
- DFVP20002 – Domestic and Family Violence Responses and Interventions
Nicola is excited about the new challenges she faces in her new lecturing position and is looking forward to connecting with students through her teaching.