- Youth Mental Health
Amanda Boyes started working at USC in 2013 and joined the Sunshine Coast Mind and Neuroscience – Thompson Institute in 2016. As a Research Assistant (Youth Mental Health), Amanda is responsible for supporting a range of research activities, including participant recruitment and assessments, data gathering and analysis, assisting with the preparation of journal articles, and liaising with other members of staff and external organisations. Amanda holds a Bachelor of Psychological Science/Bachelor of Criminology and Criminal Justice (Criminal Justice Major) (Honours). She has worked in a variety of administrative roles, and criminology research assistant positions in Australia and overseas. In 2017 she commenced part-time study at USC in the Bachelor of Social Science (Psychology) (Honours) program and is currently working on her thesis in the Youth Mental Health project.
- Australian Psychological Society (Student Member), joined 2017
- Golden Key International Honour Society (Member), joined 2006
- USC Vice-Chancellor and President's Award for Excellence in Service, $5,000, awarded 2015