Focus areas
Qualitative research methodologies; Food systems; Sustainability; Rural sociology; Knowledge translation; Strategic framing

Research Fellow

Lisa moved to Melbourne from the US where she earned a PhD in Sociology from the University of Kentucky and a MS in Criminal Justice from Eastern Kentucky University.

She has worked in environmental education; children's safety education; and has taught as an Adjunct Professor at University of Kentucky and Eastern Kentucky University. Her qualitative dissertation examined motivations for subsistence home-gardening and food preservation in rural and urban Kentucky communities.

Lisa is currently designing a national qualitative research project. Her past projects include managing the Research and Policy Centre's website redesign as part of a cross-division team and completing a program evaluation assessing best practices for engagement in the Developing Independence practice approach.

Contact lisa.conley@bsl.org.au

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Selected BSL publication

Conley, L 2018, Push and pull: increasing student engagement in Developing Independence