Professor Meredith Lawley worked for market research companies prior to becoming an academic in the late 1980s. She has taught at both undergraduate and postgraduate level using a variety of modes and is actively supervising several higher degree research students.
Student research projects
- valuing marketing research
- seafood marketing
- international students and community engagement
|Project name||Investigators||Funding body||Year||Focus|
|Lawley M, Birch D||Australian Seafood CRC (A$139,000)||2012|
Seafood Master Classes
|Lawley M, Birch D||Australian Seafood CRC (A$100,000)||2011||This series of workshops was designed to bring together all the consumer research undertaken by the CRC to date and disseminate to industry|
|Repositioning Australian Farmed Barramundi in the Domestic Market Australian Seafood CRC||Lawley M||Australian Seafood CRC (A$350,000)||2008|
|Choice of Technology for eLearning||Lynch K, Lawley M, Debuse J||Teaching Development Grant TDG07 USC (A$4,976)||2007||This ongoing project investigates students' preferences and usage of various technologies available and used in eLearning. Results of this project will inform future decision making in this area|
|Improving Multimodal Equivalence: Assessment and Moderation||Lawley M||Project Director, Australian Vice-Chancellors’ Committee (A$68,562)||2004||This project investigated the equivalence of assessment and moderation practices across a variety of modes of delivery of transnational education. Input was sought from all stakeholders including students, academics and administrators to identify areas of concern and as a result systems and procedures were developed to improve equivalence for all stakeholders|
Research inspires big dreams for barramundi
An academic from USC has been recognised for her research into the Australian farmed barramundi industry.
Research peels back layers of prawn industry
New USC research has peeled back the layers of the Moreton Bay fresh prawn industry in a bid to open new consumer markets.