Lecturer, Monash University
David is a science communicator and sustainable development educator, holding a Masters of Science Communication from Imperial College London, with a background in environmental chemistry research at Griffith University. At the Monash Sustainable Development Institute he develops and delivers postgraduate courses and executive education on core sustainability principles, innovation processes, systems thinking and urban water management.
In the past, David has worked on a variety of education and communication projects in Australia, Malaysia and the UK, from hands-on waterway outreach with schools on the Gold Coast to large-scale theatrical science festivals at the Science Museum in London. He specialises in working with industry and academic experts to design learning experiences that address complex and topical issues across disciplines in creative and engaging ways.
The Trust Crisis: Reconceptualising our Roles
Breaking Business as Usual: Using creativity to imagine purpose and practice in the Radical Decade
Speed Mentoring with successful science communicators