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Michael Stapelberg Adjunct Associate Professor
Faculty of Health Dr Michael Lismore
Jill Stauffer Adjunct Associate Professor
Faculty of Business, Law and Arts Associate Professor Jill Lismore
Amie Steel Adjunct Fellow
National Centre for Naturopathic Medicine Dr Amie Lismore
Paula Steffensen Technical and Laboratory Officer 6620 3660
Faculty of Health Ms Paula Lismore
Malcolm Stekhoven-Smith Casual Academic (Teaching)
Faculty of Education Mr BMPS(SCU), GradDipEd(SCU), MEd(SCU) Malcolm BMPS(SCU), GradDipEd(SCU), MEd(SCU) Lismore
Alexandre Stephens Adjunct Associate Professor
Faculty of Health Dr Alexandre Lismore
Elizabeth Stephens Adjunct Professor 61 2 6626 9331
Faculty of Business, Law and Arts Professor I am Associate Professor in Cultural Studies and Deputy Head of School (Research) in the School of Arts and Social Sciences at Southern Cross University. My research focuses on queer and gender studies, and the histories of science, medicine, and technology. My publications include two monographs: Anatomy as Spectacle: Public Exhibitions of the Body, from 1700 to the Present (Liverpool UP, 2011; paperback 2013) and Queer Writing: Homoeroticism in Jean Genet's Fiction (Palgrave 2009). I have also edited the collection Anatomical Imag(inari)es: The Cultural Impact of Medical Imaging Technologies (special issue of Somatechnics, 2012), Embodiment and the Archival Imaginary (special issue of Australian Feminist Studies, 2010), and Male Bodies (special issue of Men and Masculinities, 2007). I am currently working on two monographs: A Critical Genealogy of Normality, and Technology and the Training of the Senses (both funded by the ARC). I am also currently involved in a series of collaborative projects with SymbioticA, the Centre of Excellence in the Biological Arts at UWA. A full list of my publications can be accessed at my academia page, linked above. BA(Hons)(Curtin), PhD(Macq) Elizabeth BA(Hons)(Curtin), PhD(Macq) Lismore
Kaja Stern Casual Academic (Teaching)
Faculty of Health Mrs BN(DEAKIN), GCertICNursing(LATROB), GCertWHS(UON) Kaja BN(DEAKIN), GCertICNursing(LATROB), GCertWHS(UON) Gold Coast
Ann Stevens Casual Academic (Teaching)
Faculty of Science and Engineering Ms BAppSc(CSU), GradDipFET(USQ), MMultimedia(UON) Ann BAppSc(CSU), GradDipFET(USQ), MMultimedia(UON) Lismore
Chris Stevens Senior Lecturer 02 6659 8036
Faculty of Health Dr Dr. Chris Stevens is one of Australia's leading young researchers in exercise and sport science having twice been named Exercise & Sports Science Australia's best young researcher. Chris' research interests include improving all aspects of sports performance and specifically the areas of exercise physiology and thermoregulation. His current research projects investigate practical acclimation and cooling strategies to maximise endurance performance in the heat and separately, novel strategies to monitor illness, improve sleep and augment the negative effects of overseas travel in professional athletes. Chris has received research grants from Exercise & Sports Science Australia and the NSW Ministry of Health. BExSpSc(Hons)(Newcastle), BExerSportsSc(Newcastle), PhD(Newcastle) Chris BExSpSc(Hons)(Newcastle), BExerSportsSc(Newcastle), PhD(Newcastle) Coffs Harbour