Yemeni national Kamilia Al-Eriani investigated how her country’s 2011 pro-democracy uprising was impacted by a deeply-embedded culture of apprehension.
In the aftermath of the Black Saturday bushfires, Kate Giljohann looked for a better way to protect plants and wildlife in the face of extreme environmental changes.
Alejandro Téllez Vargas explored just how tough it is for people with disabilities to become professional musicians.
Shaun Kemp investigated the complexities of offering Chinese language in the Victorian public school system.
The ethical management of zoos is critical to ensuring that species thrive in captivity, according to Jenny Gray.
In a fascinating piece of detective work, John Hayman investigated the mystery illness that plagued Charles Darwin for most of his adult life.
Trying to define the relationship between stuttering and language development in early childhood has drawn mixed results. Amy Watts has added to the literature.
Ronda Johns studied the ways in which family services could better address the issue of child neglect.
Pamela Bruder’s research found that choral singing in aged care facilities lifted the spirits of residents and discovered hidden talents.
Dr Peodair Leihy’s research examines the many ways in which universities strive for status.