Associate Lecturer Emma Kill has previously coordinated TPP107 Australian Society & Identity and TPP108 Introduction to Working within the Community. Within Tertiary Preparation Pathways, she coordinates the Supporting Teenagers with Education, Mothering, and Mentoring (STEMM) program reengaging young mothers into education. Emma’s passion for social justice sees her creating equitable access pathways to tertiary education for those who would not have otherwise had the opportunity, equipping and supporting them through their academic journey.
- 2005 Chancellor's Medal
- 2011 Citation from the Australian Learning and Teaching Council (ALTC)
Emma makes contributions to the teaching effort of the University, primarily in the Tertiary Preparation Pathway (TPP) Program.